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Feel Prespa

Feel Prespa

High mountains, a valley, a lake, an island. Blue skies and blue waters shaded by folliage and rocky hights. Older generations remember a time when the lake was in full splendor, yet it is still...

Stone Bridge

The Stone Bridge is the most famous landmark of Skopje. It is featured in all promotional videos for the city, it is the most often presented on postage stamps and dominates the coat of arms...
Matka Canyon

Matka Canyon

Little Mount Athos, the land of butterflies, the most beautiful canyon in Macedonia guarding one of the deepest underwater caves in Europe. This is Matka Canyon in one sentence with so much left unsaid. The...

Thessaloniki: little surprises off the beaten track

Everyone wants to see the most important sights of the cities they visit. Grand buildings, squares, open spaces, bridges, towers, temples, statues … These are the reason why we travel and in many cases the... No landmarks
Alcatraz in Thessaloniki

Alcatraz in Thessaloniki

Were there cells with sea view? If you wanted to have a view from the highest places in Thessaloniki some 30 years ago, you had only two options: to break the law and be imprisoned... Were there cells with sea view?

Balkon3 Interview with Goran Gajic, director of “The Fall of Rock & Roll”and “The Storks Will Return”

Have Gun – Will Travel! Goran, film and music are your life, actually there is nothing else that can describe your life more accurately. So, how’s life? Fast and furious (laughs)…I live an ordinary life,... Music and film are very good companions

17 landmarks along Mavrovo-Struga road, the most picturesque road in Macedonia

Four lakes, five mountains, two rivers, two towns, villages, monasteries, bridges, beautiful nature … It is all packed into a few kilometres of Mavrovo-Struga road along Macedonia’s western border. The road is not easy to... It is much better in the passenger seat
Love story of Ataturk and Eleni – a tourist attraction

Love story of Ataturk and Eleni – a tourist attraction

The story of unfulfilled love between Mustafa Kemal Ataturk and a beautiful girl from Bitola Eleni Karinte, called Balkan Romeo and Juliet by many, happened at the end of XIX century but still attracts attention...

Strangers in our own city

When you see a group of around fifty people, who are listening to the tourist guide with great interest while they are vigorously taking photos, you will probably think that they are some foreign tourist...

Keep on riding, Dejan!

Interview with Dejan Zafirov, a young man, who cycled 5.300 kilometers from New York to San Francisco. Five years ago, Dejan lost his left leg and since then he walks with the help of a...