2,190 of the 6,491 listed properties in North Macedonia are apartment rentals. They account for more than half of the accommodation types there (57.44%). These holiday properties have a median size of 46 m² as well as an average price of £35 per night. Moreover, these rentals are usually ideal if you're going in a group of 4, as that's the average number of guests that apartment rentals are able to welcome in North Macedonia. You might also like to consider other accommodation types in North Macedonia. Hotel rooms are another typical accommodation type in North Macedonia, with 687 properties to compare. The average size of hotel rooms in North Macedonia is 33 m², and the average price is £47 per night.
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Many travellers would like to find a holiday letting that includes a pool. A few of the accommodation options in North Macedonia have one. Hotel rooms with pools in North Macedonia are a great choice for groups of 4 and usually cost around £61 a night. If you would also like to be close to the water, more than half of the holiday rentals including a pool are located within 2 kilometres of the waterfront. If you have a pet, you can easily find a pet-friendly rental in North Macedonia. If this is a top requirement for you, have a look at the apartment rentals in North Macedonia. This is the most pet-friendly type of accommodation there. You can also find suitable city properties, as a few of the pet-friendly holiday lettings are very central (less than 2 kilometres from the city centre).
See the fascinating culture of Macedonia with superb holiday lettings
Holiday lettings in Macedonia are an excellent way to explore this beautiful and unspoiled part of South-Eastern Europe. Stay in gorgeous Southern European-style villas and apartments with architecture that shows traces of its ancient history. You’ll enjoy excellent weather virtually year-round and see a range of historic sights in the capital, Skopje, and beyond. You can also savour the local cuisine and fine wines and explore mountain ranges such as the magnificent Solunska Glava by foot or bike.
Experiencing the varied appeal of Macedonian cuisine
Booking a holiday home in Macedonia will also allow you to try its unique and delicious range of food options. As a Balkan nation, the gastronomy of Macedonia is influenced by Southern European and Middle Eastern cuisines with a distinct Turkish flair. In addition to the Old Bazaar, the area around the Centre of Macedonia Plaza is a brilliant hub for great local restaurants.
Although Macedonia is a compact nation, it contains a great many sprawling vineyards which grow grapes for its national wines. Its excellent varieties have been appreciated since Roman times and include the popular Vranec reds and the fruity Kratosijas.
Exploring the ancient culture of Macedonia
Macedonia was historically tied to the Kingdom of Macedon, ruled by the epic leader Alexander the Great in the fourth century BC. There’s an enormous statue and ornate fountain dedicated to this great ruler in the Centre of Skopje Plaza.
You’ll learn more about ancient Macedonian history at the many expansive museums in Skopje. These include the Museum of Macedonia and the Museum of the City of Skopje. The Archaeological Museum of Macedonia is also well worth visiting. It's housed in a stunning classical building on the banks of the Vardar River.
For an experience that combines the ancient heart of this enticing city and the hub of its modern commerce, visit the Old Bazaar at the foot of Kale Fortress. It’s a great place to appreciate some of the city’s most beautiful architecture and grab a bite to eat in one of the local cafés or restaurants. These will all be readily accessible from your holiday apartment in this compact and richly cultural city.
Exploring Macedonia beyond Skopje
Macedonia contains great cities in addition to the capital, such as Ohrid with its lake resort and the buzzing town of Bitola, Macedonia’s second largest city. They’re all accessible a short drive from the capital in this small country.
You can also book a tour to hike or cycle in Solunska Glava, the astoundingly beautiful mountain range just to the north of Skopje. It’s the nation’s highest peak, and you’ll also be able to book tours which include provision of food. Departure points are available from Skopje, Bitola and Ohrid.
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