Do you want to know more about Macedonia?
Brochures and a number of other publications can be downloaded from the links below
- About Macedonia.pdf
You can buy , 4th Bradt Travel Guide to Macedonia at Amazon on line.
Public holidays are observed in the Republic of Macedonia for a number of reasons, including for religious religious and national significance. They are generally accompanied by celebrations
Here is a list of Macedonia Public Holidays 2013
|New Year’s Day||Sunday, 01 January 2013|
|Orthodox Christmas||Saturday, 07 January 2013|
|International Women’s Day||Thursday, 08 March 2013|
|Orthodox Easter Monday||Monday, 16 April 2013|
|May Day||Tuesday, 01 May 2013|
|Ilinden (National Holiday)||Thursday, 02 August 2013||Day when the Republic was established in 1944|
|Independence Day||Saturday, 08 September 2013||Day of independence from Yugoslavia|
Macedonian cuisine is a part of the Macedonian culture which in turn is synonymous with characteristic hospitality of the Balkans. It is characterized by a combination of features from the Balkans and the Mediterranean, making it extremely exciting and delicious at the same time. It is based on fresh ingredients of good quality and the use of herbs and spices. Due to the relatively warm climate the conditions are excelent for growing a variety of vegetables, fruits, spices and herbs. The deversity of the Macedonian cuisine will surely satisfy even the most demanding tasters.