Visit the capital of Macedonia, the city of international solidarity and the place where the past meets the future. A city of insatiable development, Skopje is slowly growing into a bustling metropolis.


The magical hill of mythical Macedonia, settled on the coast of a pristine lake amidst mesmerizing nature – Ohrid, ‘The pearl of the Balkans’ represents a transcendence in the history, culture and traditions of the cultures that passed through.


Surrounded by sprawling parkland, the capital and largest city of Bulgaria lies at the foot of a popular ski mountain. With a history that stretches over several millennia and rich in artifacts, Sofia is one of Europe’s oldest cities.


The beating heart of Albania, lively and colorful Tirana is the place where the old and the new coalesce into a vibrant whirl of traffic, brash consumerism and unfettered fun.


Romania’s capital gets a bad rap, but in fact it's dynamic, energetic and fun. It’s where still-unreconstructed communism meets unbridled capitalism; where the soporific forces of the EU meet the passions of the Balkans.


Greece’s second largest city and the cultural center of the region of Macedonia since times immemorial, Thessaloniki is fueled by optimism, hedonism and a little bit of chaos.