For all the information please visit the international bus station web:
Nikola Karev No.20, Skopje
+389 2 313 2466
The international highway E-75 runs north-south from Serbia to Greece, bisecting Macedonia. This is the most common route for overland tourists to take for entering Macedonia. There are also good roads connecting the country with Bulgaria to the east and Albania to the west.
Road border crossings:
3 with Bulgaria (Deve Bair near Kriva Palanka, Novo Selo near Strumica, and Delcevo)
3 with Greece (Bogorodica near Gevgelija, Medzitlija near Bitola, and Star Dojran near Dojran)
3 with Serbia (Tabanovce, Sopot and Pelince near Kumanovo)
2 with Kosovo (Jazince near Tetovo, and Blace near Skopje)
4 with Albania (Stenje near Resen, Saint Naum near Ohrid, Kjafasan near Struga, and Blato near Debar).
Macedonia has a well developed railroad system. It is connected to Kosovo and Serbia in the north, and to Greece in the south. All domestic lines are operated by Macedonian Railways (Makedonski Železnici, MŽ). The main station is in Skopje. Please visit the national railway company web page for additional information:
„Zeleznicka“ No.50б, Skopje
+389 23 164 255
Skopje Alexander the Great Airport is Skopje’s only international airport and located 21 km east of the city center in Petrovec Municipality. Simonium Travel offers a pickup and drop off service from the airport, click here for availability. If you do take a taxi, be certain that it is a taxi with an official sign.
Alexander the Great, Skopje
+389 231 48 333
Ohrid St.Poul the Apostle is international airport located 10 km from the city center of Ohrid. There is no public transport from the airport to the city center of Ohrid. Skopje Daily Tours offers a pickup and drop off service from the airport, click here for availability. If you do take a taxi, be certain that it is a taxi with an official sign.
St.Poul the Apostle, Ohrid
+389 46 252 820
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