Macedonia is an impressive place to visit. Our transportation company Europa Coaches Dubrovnik will take you to see old oriental bazaars, ancient Roman ruins, as well as a number of mosques and orthodox churches. Experience Macedonia’s role as a gateway between Europe and Asia.
If you are planning to travel to Ohrid, do not hesitate to contact Europa Coaches Dubrovnik. A beautiful city of Macedonia, Ohrid is just 7 hours away from Dubrovnik. Hire one of our coaches and we will arrange a transportation service to the most fascinating town in Macedonia. This town was made a UNESCO heritage site in 1980. In the summer time you will find Ohrid Swimming Marathon. Each year, the swimming elite throughout the world gathers in Ohrid and, starting from the monastery of St. Naum, they swim along the lakeshore to the town harbor, approx. 30km route. If you are looking for a more relaxed route, make sure to rent a boat at Lake Ohrid. They also have a few different natural beaches and each offers a unique beach experience.
It takes only 8 hours to Bitola from Dubrovnik with Europa Coaches Dubrovnik. Bitola is one of the most popular cities in Macedonia. It was the seat of consuls in the 19th century and with them, they brought the European culture and influence to local society. After that, people started living in European fashion and build their houses in mixed neoclassical style. When you are exploring the city, we suggest visiting Old Bazaar. It is the most beautiful bazaar in Macedonia. It has pleasant small squares with water fountains and many ottoman monuments. If you are visiting between June and August, with little luck you will maybe hit BitFest, a music festival where over 100 events takes place.
The distance between Tetovo and Dubrovnik is 450km and it takes only eight and a half hours to get there with Europa Coaches Dubrovnik’s bus. We suggest visiting the following places: Arabati Baba Teke – it was made in the last decades of the 18th century by Redzep Pasha. It is comprised of several buildings used for religious ceremonies. St. Cyril and Methodius Churches – made in 1903, one of the biggest and most beautiful churches in the Polog Plain. The fresco painting on the wall was done by painter Danilo Nestorovski in 1924.
450 km from Dubrovnik and an 8 hour drive with Europa Coaches Dubrovnik, we will arrive at the capital of Macedonia – Skopje. The city has a very long history, as it is more than 2000 years old and has survived many different periods, empires, few earthquakes, was built, destroyed, then rebuilt. In Skopje you must see the statue of Alexander the GREAT. The main symbol of Skopje is the warrior on a horse statue and a fountain in the center of Macedonia Square. The monument was built in Florence and was officially completed on September 2011 to commemorate 20 years of the independence of the Republic of Macedonia.