Interview by Dragan Naunovski

Dragan Naunovski: D_Herschel | https://about.me/dragan.n.k

What city will you be talking about?

Skopje

What’s the cheapest way to enjoy this city at night?

Skopje is one of the cheapest cities in Europe. You can take the bus for under 20 cents . Visit the great Matka canyon ,Visit museums for 3 euros, there are many monument’s that are free of charge ,for example the The Skopje Fortress build in the 6th century, the art bridge, the Kursumli An, Suli An, Kapan Han all build in the 15th and 16th century during the Ottoman Empire

What’s your favorite restaurant here? What’s so special about it?

There is a great variety of restaurants in Skopje all unique in there own way, depends on your mood. If you are in a mood for a serious business launch there is “Pelister” the decor in the restaurant is in aristocratic genre if you are getting ready for a night full of dancing and laughing with friends there is “menada” located with at the entrance to the old bazar , there is also “Old town Pivnica” a place to relax listen to music dance and have a nice home cooked meal.

What’s your favorite thing to do on a warm Sunday morning in this city?

The thing to do on a warm Sunday morning in Skopje is to visit the city park, go hiking on the Vodno mountain and just take up the fresh air.

What were some of the hidden gems in that city? Why?

The city is very adaptable to new people, people are cheerful and friendly.The night life is very uplifting there are all kinds of clubs you can visit ; clubs that play house, trance music, all the way to places you can listen to traditional Macedonian folk music , there is a place for everyone!. You can rent a bike and go on a panoramic view of the city. In Skopje everything is near , it’s a small city full of history and full with people you can call friends for life.

Anything else you want to add?

Skopje is the capital and the first largest city in Republic of Macedonia

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