Questions about travel to and within the Republic of North Macedonia in Southeast Europe.
North Macedonia, officially the Republic of North Macedonia, and sometimes referred to as the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, or Macedonia (prior to 2019), is a small, land-locked country in southeast-europe. It shares borders with kosovo to the northwest, serbia to the north, bulgaria to the east, greece to the south, and albania to the west. The capital, Skopje, is the largest city.
North Macedonia occupies the territory of the ancient kingdoms of Paeonia, Macedon, and Dardanian. It was also part of the country of Yugoslavia during much of the 20th century. Today, North Macedonia is home to a small but growing tourism industry. In addition to Skopje, the town of Ohrid is a popular destination and a UNESCO world heritage site. Both Skopje (skp) and Ohrid (ohd) are home to international airports. Furthermore, Macedonia is well connected with its neighbors by bus.