Sofia – Skopje Taxi Transfers
Macedonia is one of the most picturesque Balkan countries. We’ll help you reach it easily – our comfortable personalised Sofia to Skopje transfer service is air-conditioned, private and provided by friendly, English-speaking drivers.
You’ll be sitting safely in the back of one of our spacious, clean and modern minivans – in full control of the temperature and stereo system for your journey and with onboard internet access.
Choose any day of the week or weekend for your journey, benefit from 24-hour service – and know that you’re covered by insurance protection from start to finish.
Why choose us for your Sofia to Skopje taxi service?
- You only pay the fee you’re quoted when you book – no extra costs at any time
- If your plane is delayed, we wait for you at the airport for free
- Free Wi-Fi internet and air conditioning in every vehicle
- Get discounts when booking return transfers and for each next booking
- Complimentary use of car seats and game tablets for children
Your journey – details
Distance: 244 km via the E871.
Estimated transfer time: 3.5 hours, including a prompt border crossing. (Do remember that you’ll have temperature and music control, complete privacy and entertainment for any small children – or adults – who might need it!)
Sofia to Skopje transfer rates and payment
No deposit upfront: you settle up after your journey is complete.
Your quote is free and final: the price you see in your quote is the only one you’ll pay.
Price: €150 for one direction for up to 4 people.
Payment: choose to pay by cash (in euros, Bulgarian Leva or US dollars) or online via bank transfer, credit or debit card or PayPal.
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Distance: 244 km | Driving time: 3 h 30 min |
How to Book a Taxi Sofia-Skopje
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When Macedonia became independent, Skopje was proclaimed as its capital. This intriguing and ancient city has a huge amount of sights to offer you as a visitor.
Situated on the Vardar river, these days it bustles with modern life. But it actually sits in a territory that has seen a huge number of historical events. The famous Kale Fortress can be seen from the centre and periods of Byzantine and Ottoman rule have both left their marks and monuments.
In 1963, an earthquake damaged the city severely, though it has since managed to recover.
The Museum of Macedonia is one of the best in the city. Here you can learn a lot about the country’s history. The City Museum is housed inside the former train station, which was partly destroyed by the massive 1963 quake.
When you want to get out into a nature a little, Mount Vodno is a protected nature reserve that’s reachable by cable car. You can also approach the summit on foot. Nearby is another area of interest – Matka Canyon. There are also several parks in the city – including City Park, which was founded by the Ottoman Turks.