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There is no left lugguage service in Bitola. But, just at the corner of the street where the bus and the trains stations stand (on the direction of the stadium) at the juncture of the road to Theseloniki (Solun), there is Hamburg Cafe and the owner of the cafe may keep your lugguage in his ware for a few Euros.
Written Sep 8, 2007
Bus station is just close to train station.
I would advice to have information about buses as soon as possible, and I also advice you to buy your tickets as soon as possible. I had difficulties to find a seat for the buses to Skopje.
Written Sep 6, 2007
Taxi ride is common in Bitola. Taxis are not the newest car types but they serve it's purpose. And taxi ride is quite cheap so I recommend the taxi ride. For a few denari (Macedonian money, 60 denari is about 1euro) you can get to any spot in the city. Taxi drivers are polite and friendly, always trying to make a conversation with you.
Updated Jul 23, 2007
There are two types of taxi drivers at the station - the ones who cross the border and the others who do not. If you have time you can take the first one to the border for $5 and than walk to the Greek side followed by a bus trip to Florina. If you are on a hurry become a cousin of a driver for the mere $30 and cross all the way to Florina, where if lucky you might catch a bus to Thesaloniki. The third option is to pay $150 and be driven by the relative all the way to Khalkidiki resort. I would not advise this option - not economical!
Written Mar 20, 2005
There are trains to Greece and Skopje. In fact the train schedule is not very reliable.
This is the train station of Bitola.
Written Sep 6, 2007
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