Arka

5 out of 5 stars5 Stars

Bitpazarska 90/2, Skopje, 1000, Republic of Macedonia
Hotel Arka
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Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
22%
8
Very Good
52%
19
Average
16%
6
Poor
5%
2
Terrible
2%
1

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Good For Families
  • Families100
  • Couples85
  • Solo75
  • Business72

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Forum Posts

Nigtlife Skopje

by worksopian56

Whats Skopje nightlife like in april/May?

I have heard all the bars shut early

Thanks

Ian

Re: Nigtlife Skopje

by MacedonianUK

Macedonia Including Skopje has wicked Night-life,
The caffes close around 1am, and nightclubs are going till 4am.. Is this early enough for you ? :D
We have coffe culture and ppl go out every night, not to get blindingly drunk but to spend time with friends... alcohol is pretty cheap, but that is no reason to get slaughtered..
Check www.macedonia-timeless.com.mk
it is umbrae website for miryard of links.
Also great source on Skopje, Macedonia & Ohrid is:
http://www.inyourpocket.com/macedonia
http://www.inyourpocket.com/macedonia/skopje
also check
http://skopjeonline.com.mk/
Great guide to Macedonia is BRADVT guide to Macedonia by Tammy Evans 3 edition..

If you have any more questions do ask again..
MacedonianUK

Re: Nigtlife Skopje

by planxty

I am with Valentina on this, and she has much more recent iformation than I have. I visited Skopje a few years ago about that time of year and had no problems finding places to go relatively late at night. Just go, it is a wonderful city and you will not have a problem filling your evenings.

Hope this assists,

fergy.

Travel Tips for Skopje

From Skopie to Kolkata

by Manara

Mother Teresa, whose name will be remembered forever as Mother Teresa of Calcutta, was born in Skopje. She was born here in 1910 and her name was Agnes Gonxha Bojaxhiu. When she became a nun, at the age of 21, she had to change her name, and took the name Teresa. She wanted to become a missionary and so she joined the Sisters of Loreto and went to India. In her first years there she was a teacher in the mission’s school, but afterwards she devoted herself to help the poorest among the poors, and the many years of heroic efforts in this mission made her famous all over the world. She described herself as a humble tool, like a pencil, in the hand of God.
Her native city has dedicated to her a statue that can be seen in Macedonia Street.

Map of Skopje

by Pijlmans

http://www.skopje.gov.mk/sq/images/File/SkopjeMapaGolema.jpg

Click on the link for an interactive map that can be enlarged!

If you follow the link, you can also right-click on the map and save it to your computer.

Spiffing up Skopje - II

by shrimp56

Here is a closeup of the rebuilt bridge still under construction. Right now it is a *pain* to get to the carsija as the bridge is closed to pedestrian traffic.
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The bottom photo is of the National Theatre -- all cleaned up and grafitti-free.

Being mobile ...

by shrimp56

This summer in Skopje it seemed as though I was the only person without a mobile phone. The Macedonian Telecom mobile provider, Mobimak, has finally got some competition from the Greek-based Cosmofon. What this poster is advertising is the Mobimak roaming area. The words translate into "Just like home"

Packing List

by gligor_kot

A big bag and one big bag plus to pack the things you are going to buy, because there are many cheap things in Skopje. The summers are really hot there, so I think you should take something easy for wearing, and the winters are very cold so you should take some jumpers, and woolen clothes, because the temperature this last winter was -18 degrees Celsius. You should take your personal medication, and all the other things like toiletries you can buy in Skopje, they are very cheap. You should take a camera (if you have) or something like that, because there are really nice places to visit and take piture of in Skopje. Also for the batteries you can buy them in Skopje at a place called the 'Green Market'.

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