The wine cellar Skovin was founded in the year 1979 as a devoted follower of centuries old tradition of production of wine from the Skopje wine district, dating back in ancient Roman times. Skovin vineyards covering mild slopes of the hills around Skopje.
Some of them undoubtedly originate from the times of the antic Macedonia.
Visitors can hike or take the Ropewalk cable car to the monument.
With its lakeside location, Ohrid is possibly the most attractive town in the FYR Macedonia.
Works by Pablo Picasso, Hans Hartung and Robert Jacobsen give the light-drenched exhibition space an international feel.
Skopje's Stone Bridge is a city landmark and even features on its coat of arms.
Crossing the Vardar River, the bridge was originally built by the Romans and connects Macedonia Square with the Old Town.
Kale Fortress is an imposing 6th-century castle overlooking the river.
Walk to Mavrovo Lake, it freezes during winter but during summer offers great boating and swimming opportunities. Visit the Church of the Holy Saviour in Skopje's Old Town.Nearby, the ruins of the ancient it of Heraclea Lyncestis are well-preserved.Walk the remains of its Byzantine basilica with excellent mosaics.Unassuming from the outside, its interior contains an intricately carved iconostasis.Nearby, two former (roadside inns), the 15th century Suli An and 16-century Kursumli An, retain their wonderful archways, whilst the distinctive domed Daut Pasha Baths now houses an art gallery.