Skopje Hotel

St Anton Dukov 27, Skopje, 1000, Republic of Macedonia
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Photos

fish at Keno's placefish at Keno's place

near the quay of river Vardarnear the quay of river Vardar

Monastery of St Jovan VeterskiMonastery of St Jovan Veterski

Marko's MonasteryMarko's Monastery

Forum Posts

city Park Campsite, Skopje

by KGShaun

Isthe city park campsite in Skopje still there?
if not which is the easiest campsite to get to from Skopje on public transport?
thanks

Re: city Park Campsite, Skopje

by MacedonianUK

Yes, Park campsite in Skopje is still there .
You can contact them on 00389 2 3228 246
more info on Skopje can be found here:
www.skopjeonline.com.mk
or
www.macedonia-timeless.com
(multy link)

If you need more info, just yell.
Happy travels
MacedonianUK

Re: city Park Campsite, Skopje

by Pijlmans

Hello,

The Bradt Travel guide says that the campsite in the city park suffers from mosquitoes in the summer...Maybe something to take into consideration...This is not mentioned for the other campsites.

However, my girlfriend is from the suburbs of Skopje, and there the mosquitoes are also maddening in the summer...So in any case is a good idea to take a good repellent and some cream against the itching with you!

Have fun in Skopje
Dennis

Travel Tips for Skopje

Changing money at night.

by planxty

If, like us, you arrive on the evening train from Greece, none of the Bureaux de Change are open in or near the Station. The best way to change your Euros into Denar is to go downstairs to the bus station (they are part of the same building) and the staff at the ticket counter will change money for you (at about the proper rate).

Obviously, they will not be able to change large amounts, but you should be able to get enough to tide you over until the morning.

In the OLD days

by Malecka

Yes, I LONG for the architecture of Old Skopje (before the Earthquake). I haven't had the chance to see its looks in those times, but I have read enough and seen enough photos to make me realize that it truly was a lovely city.

ps. By the way, Mother Teresa was born in Skopje, 1910. :-)

The humble burek

by planxty

The residents of Skopje seem to snack all the time. Apart from the excellent and relatively inexpensive restuarants (see other tips), there are bakeries and small stalls everywhere selling burek and many other delicious things, both sweet and savoury. Burek is basically a cross between bread and pastry and comes in many shapes, but predominantly round (see photo).

The burek are very inexpensive and are filling - ideal if you are on a tight budget.

For those not familiar with the Cyrillic alphabet, the sign for a burek stall looks like "bUPEK" in roman script.

I did have a picture here but it appears, as I was told by several helpful VTers that it was of a gevrek and not a burek, so I have removed it. May I say that a Gevrek (a round bread affair) is also very tasty. I hope on my next trip to the region to be able to include a picture of a burek, believe me even looking at it will make your mouth water!

You really must try them - no visit to Skopje would be complete without at least one burek!

Floor plan of a Turkish bath!

by shrimp56

The sign outside Cifte amam gives the layout of the former Ottoman Bath -- Cifte is not as large as Daut Pasha -- but the diagram gives you a good idea of the traditional design.
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On my last visit to Cifte one of the curators talked with us -- I had wondered about a small, unrenovated room [see t-log] -- he said it was a special room for the traditional Jewish bathing rituals. Interesting.

Gradski Stadion

by Dirim

Gradski Stadion (City Stadium) is the one where Vardar and Makedonijan national team plays the matches. I watched a match: Vardar vs Sileks and I did not pay for the ticket. It was free...A football-lover's paradise! :)

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