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The two small countries of North Macedonia
and Kosovo remain relatively undiscovered,
but they have a lot to offer travellers willing
to explore them. North Macedonia is an
ancient land offering a heady mix of Greek,
Roman and Ottoman heritage, while Kosovo
is a proud new nation recently reborn from
war, with spectacular mountain scenery,
attractive old towns and a gritty capital city
with a buzzing cafe scene.
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Fly from London (regional connections
available) to Skopje with Austrian Airways via
Vienna. Transfer to the Hotel Solun (or similar)
in the heart of the North Macedonian capital
for a 2-night stay. (N)
Full-day tour of Skopje. Visit the old station,
the Museum of Macedonian Struggle and the
Memorial House of Mother Teresa. Continue to
Macedonia Square with its enormous stature
to Alexander the Great and the ottoman-era
Stone Bridge. After lunch, continue to the old
Bazaar, Kale fortress and Daut Pasha Hamman. Finish the day with a dinner in a
traditional Macedonian restaurant. (B, D)
Morning cable car ride to the Millennium Cross
in the Vodno mountains, offering wonderful
views cross the capital. Continue to Matka
Canyon just beyond the city limits. Here, enjoy
a boat ride and visit to the Vrelo cave complex.
Depart for Orhrid, stopping en route at the
Painted Mosque in Tetovo, which dates back
to 1438. Transfer to the Hotel Royal View (or
similar) for 1 night. (B, D)
Morning tour of Ohrid, a Unesco-protected
town known as a cultural, artistic and
education centre of the Slavic world. Visit the
Church of St John at Kaneo and the old bazaar.
After lunch, continue to the Bay of Bones, an
underwater archaeological museum. Return to
Skopje for 1 night at Hotel Solun. (B)
Cross the border into Kosovo and visit
the Gadime Cave, known for its marble
walls. Continue to the Gracanica Orthodox
Monastery before arriving in the capital,
Pristina. Afternoon tour including visits to
the New Born Monument, National Library
and Faith Mosque. Stay at the Hotel Sirius (or
similar) for 1 night. (B)
Travel through rural Kosovo, visiting the
Patriarchate of Peja, a three-church complex
with beautiful frescos, and Decani, the
largest medieval church in the Balkans.
Lunch and wine tasting at Bodrumi i Vjeter.
Transfer to Prizren, Kosovo’s second city, and stay at the Classic Hotel (or similar) for 2
nights. (B, L)
Walking tour of Prizren, taking in the Sinan
Pasha Mosque, Our Ladies of Ljevis Church, the
stone bridge and the Museum of the League
of Prizren, dedicated to the heroes of Kosovan
liberation. Afternoon is free to enjoy the
charming cobbled old town. (B)
Return to Skopje via the Chateau Kamnik
Winery for a tasting and lunch. Time at leisure
in Skopje. (B, L)
Transfer to the airport and fly to London. (B)
As per itinerary – B: Breakfast,
L: Lunch, D: Dinner, N: No meals.
Pre- and post-tour extensions are available,
please enquire for details.
Low cost airlines including Wizz
Air offer direct flights from across the UK to Skopje. Please speak to your travel consultant
if you would prefer to use this option.
This tour is led in each
destination en route by a local tour escort.
This tour is based in 4- and 5-star accommodation.
For a price quote based on alternative accommodation standards, to discuss flight options or to tailor this itinerary, please call to speak with a Cox & Kings consultant or
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DMM2020: 8 Nights
Located on the eastern shore of Lake Ohrid, is the town of Ohrid. This Unesco...