Macedonia's capital city lies in the heart of the Balkan Peninsula and is the country's political, economic and cultural centre. Skopje welcomes visitors with a beautiful pier along the Vardar River, narrow alleyways in the Old Bazaar – the largest bazaar on the Balkan Peninsula apart from Istanbul – and further cultural and historic monuments.
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|Dortmund - Skopje||from 100.00 €*||Frankfurt am Main - Skopje||from 100.00 €*|
|Karlsruhe - Skopje||from 100.00 €*||Köln - Skopje||from 100.00 €*|
|Mannheim - Skopje||from 100.00 €*||München - Skopje||from 80.00 €*|
|Stuttgart - Skopje||from 100.00 €*||Dusseldorf - Skopje||from 100.00 €*|
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Kale Fortress is a popular sight located at the highest point of the city with a good view overlooking the city and river. Skopje is also famous for being the birthplace of Mother Teresa, for whom the city erected a memorial house at the place where she was baptised. The impressive Matka Canyon, one of Macedonia's natural wonders, is in direct proximity to the city. It is also Northern Macedonia's biggest attraction for mountaineers because the region offers numerous caves and unique flora and fauna.