Day Tour to Skopje from Sofia
Day tour Sofia to – Skopje
Embark on a private day tour from Sofia to Skopje, and immerse yourself in a day of adventure and discovery. Skopje, the capital and largest city of North Macedonia, nestles in the valley of the Vardar river.
The city’s main attractions are concentrated in the city center. A devastating earthquake in 1963 destroyed nearly 80% of Skopje, leading to a citywide reconstruction project overseen by Japanese architect K. Tanga.
Why choose Around Bulgaria for your trip?
- Enjoy the company of an English-speaking driver / guide.
- Travel comfortably in our spacious minivans, equipped with air conditioning.
- Customize your tour with unlimited rest breaks, photo sessions, and more
- Receive a clear, final price quote upfront.
We offer pick-up and drop-off services from nearly any location of your choice.
Skopje day tour from Sofia details
Pick up: Starting from any location within Sofia.
The tour can also be organized from Plovdiv and Borovets.
Duration of the tour: from 10 to 12 hours.
Depending on the route, pick up and drop off locations, the duration of the tour may vary.
Included: English-speaking driver, fuel, parking fees, all taxes.
Not included: entrance fees, meals, drinks, personal expenses.
We will pick you up and leave after the tour at your hotel or any other preferred location within Sofia.
Prices depend on the type of vehicle, number of passengers, guide and route.
Payment methods: cash (recommended), VISA / Master Card, online payment and bank transfer.
How to book?
QuoteSend your requirements using the form
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What you’ll see
Skopsky Bazaar (Old Charshia)
For many, this is the most significant landmark in Skopje. In the small streets scattered many shops, workshops, where they manually make souvenirs and other objects of art. There you can walk around jewelry shops and shops of colorful carpets.
Cozy places also attract visitors. Macedonian cuisine is delicious and has many admirers.
House Theresa Museum
The house where Mother Teresa was born was turned into a museum telling about the life of the Holy One.
Kamen Bridge over the Vardar River is another famous landmark of Skopje. Over the centuries, various rulers left their mark on the bridge.
In the Holocaust Museum you can trace the history of the Jews in the world and Macedonia.
In essence, Skopje is rich in various monuments and monuments of saints, rulers and famous people. Especially a lot of monuments on the square of Macedonia – the statue of King Samuel, Dame Gruev, Emperor Justinian the First, Goce Delchev. The most impressive statue of Alexander of Macedon 26 meters high.