The pearl of Balkans, Skopje invites you to discover its history! Once you arrive at the city, which was ruled by the Ottoman Empire for more than 500 years, you will feel as peaceful as finding a long-lost friend. Pack your bag and book your Skopje flights with Pegasus advantageous flight ticket offers.
Transportation from Skopje Alexander the Great Airport to City Center
Pegasus serves Skopje via Skopje Alexander the Great Airport (SKP), located 24 km from the city center. Reach the airport conveniently by taking a bus or a taxi. For more comfort and direct service, rent a car or pre-arrange shuttle service to make the journey to the airport.
The Skopje airport serves 4 million passengers annually, becoming one of the hubs in the Balkans. This airport is also listed as one of the Top 10 Airports of Eastern Europe as part of Skytrax World Airline Awards.
Skopje Airport Telephone
- +389 2 314 8333
What to Eat in Skopje?
- Meatballs: Don’t miss out on the incredible taste of Skopje meatballs, also known as ‘kebab’.
- Beans: What distinguishes the beans recipe served in Skopje is the extended casserole-style cooking time, which gives an extra taste to the dish.
Where to Eat in Skopje?
- Turkish Bazaar: Located in the heart of the city, the Turkish Bazaar will have you feel like home. Here, you will see mosques, tombs, inns, Turkish baths, and caravanserais dating back to the Ottoman period. Also, this is a good place to taste local dishes.
Skopje Emergency Telephone Numbers
- Country Code: +389
- Ambulance: 112
- Police: 192
- Fire Dept.: 193
- Skopje Airport (SKP) +389 2 314 8333
Places to see
Top Destinations in Skopje
- Archaeology Museum: Dive deep into the history at this museum showcasing paintings dating back to the Middle Ages, such as old coins, mosaics and wax sculptures.
- Matka Canyon: Just like a painting on canvas, this canyon should be on top of your list of destinations in Skopje.
- Stone Bridge: Bridges connect not only two sides of a river here, but also two cultures. Take a walk on the Stone Bridge, withstanding the test of three millennia, which is now the symbol of Skopje. Do not forget to take photos!