There are 50 flights operating between Istanbul and Skopje. You may find frequent flights from Istanbul, Izmir and Ankara to Skopje.
Are you looking for cheap fares for Skopje flights? In the coming 3 months: Adana Skopje 1,810 TL, Amsterdam Skopje 2,301 TL and Ankara Skopje 1,626 TL
Better to book your flight to Skopje 32 days before departure to get the best fares on average.
July and November months are the highest season for Macedonia -Fyrom-, Skopje. The prices are higher compared to the other periods. You will find the cheapest flight prices in the following months: December and March.
Skopje, the largest city and capital of Macedonia, located on both banks of the Vardar River, is located in the northern part of the country, in the middle of the Balkans. The city, whose population consists of Albanians, Muslims and Orthodox Christians, is known for being a historical Ottoman settlement.
Exploring the stone houses, stone bridges, charming villages and towns, lush geography, rich ethnic and historical heritage of Skopje, which you will enjoy with its shared past, similar culture and historical beauties, will turn into a separate adventure.
After the settled history of Skopje, which started in 4000 BC, the city passed under Roman rule and Christianity began to spread in the 300s. Skopje, which was the capital of the Bulgarian State in the 10th century, constantly changed hands between Bulgarian, Serbian and Eastern Romans.
After it came under Ottoman rule in 1392, it became the capital of the Kosovo Province during the imperial period. Skopje, which was the scene of the Balkan Wars in 1912-1913, passed under Serbian rule, and after the First World War, it remained under the rule of the Bulgarians, Serbian, Croats and Slovenes. With the declaration of independence of Macedonia from the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia in 1991, Skopje has come to this day as the capital of the independent Republic of Macedonia.
Places to visit
Established on both banks of the Vardar River, the only major river in the country, Skopje is a beautiful city with a regular city center, culinary culture and natural beauties and many places to visit. You can observe the people of Skopje walking and doing sports in the parks around the river that divides the city into two, and you can explore the region, which is the center of nightlife with its cafes and clubs.
Also called the Turkish bazaar because of the majority of Turkish tradesmen, the Old Bazaar reminds of the markets in Anatolia. In the bazaar, you can visit the Mustafa Pasha Mosque, Kurşunlu Han, Sulu Han, Davut Pasha Bath, which are examples of Ottoman architecture. You can visit the Skopje Castle, which has been restored and restored to its original state, and the National Museum, which has been converted from the old train station, where you can get acquainted with the history and culture of Macedonia. Stone Bridge, one of the symbols of the city, is a 15th century structure dating back to the period of Murat I. The city's newest church, St. Clementin's Cathedral, Clock Tower, Sveti Spas Monastery, Hünkar, Yahya Pasha, Murat Pasha Mosques and Double Bath.
The mosque and aqueducts built by Mustafa Pasha, the largest mosque in the city and built in 1436 by Sultan II. You can visit the Murad Mosque, the Skopje Castle, the Alexander the Great Statue in Macedonia Square, the 17th century Bey Tower, one of the oldest buildings in the city, the St. Bogorodica Church, the House of Mother Terasa, the historical Mostar Bridge and the National Museum.
While Skopje is a city where Macedonians, Albanians, and Turks live together, the Christian population resembles a modern and developed European city, while the living spaces of Muslims are more modest and traditional.
Food & Drink and Shopping
Macedonia, which has hosted many different civilizations for centuries, has a deep-rooted and rich culinary culture. In the dishes, which are a synthesis of Balkan, Mediterranean and Ottoman cuisines, lamb stew, kebab, potato and cabbage dishes, soup, stuffed and stuffed wraps prepared mostly with minced meat, pots and stew dishes and pickles come to the fore. Kaymakçina, Yugoslavian salad, bridge salad, manca, Macedonian stew and pogacha are the main local dishes. Plum Raki and Mastika, a local liqueur, are one of the delicacies that you should not return from Skopje without tasting.
In addition to a large and modern shopping center and shops in the city center, Türk Çarşısı is one of the best addresses for shopping. Here you can find authentic Skopje souvenirs.
Turkish Airlines and Pegasus Airlines have direct flights between Istanbul and Skopje every day of the week. When you land at Skopje Alexander the Great Airport, which is 24 km from the city center, it is possible to reach the center in approximately 1 to 1.5 hours by bus and taxi.
Seeing the city of the famous poet Yahya Kemal Beyatlı from Skopje is just a flight ticket away…
|Popular Flights||Ticket Price|
|Adana - Skopje||1,810.25|
|Amsterdam - Skopje||2,301.30|
|Ankara - Skopje||1,626.39|
|Kayseri - Skopje||1,621.25|
|Antalya - Skopje||1,440.88|
|Belgrade - Skopje||914.49|
|Berlin - Skopje||608.44|
|Brussels - Skopje||646.67|
|Bodrum - Skopje||1,436.39|
|Dalaman - Skopje||1,383.00|
|Lefkosa - Skopje||2,077.00|
|Gaziantep - Skopje||2,012.25|
|Istanbul - Skopje||1,320.00|
|Izmir - Skopje||1,033.00|
|Konya - Skopje||1,392.83|
|London - Skopje||556.08|
|Milan - Skopje||613.10|
|Paris - Skopje||650.02|
|Rome - Skopje||651.00|
|Sarajevo - Skopje||2,191.64|
|Sofia - Skopje||1,515.10|
|Samsun - Skopje||2,000.25|
|Stockholm - Skopje||604.28|
|Tirana - Skopje||1,839.67|
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