|Most popular in||August||High demand for flights, 4% potential price rise|
|Cheapest in||February||Best time to find cheap flights, 2% potential price drop|
|Average price||AED 1660||Price for this month|
|Cheapest price||AED 1429||From Dubai to Skopje|
Skopje is a lively city, with events and festivals occurring throughout the year. No matter when you choose to book a flight to Skopje, you’ll always find lots to do. The Skopje Summer Festival is a huge event, commencing in June, lasting for 40 days. Streets and open air venues come alive with music, dance, theatrical performances, film and much more.
In December, people take flights to Skopje for the Taksirat Festival which is a music event that is dedicated to entertaining crowds with alternative rock, pop, electronic and reggae. Several cultural locations throughout Skopje come alive during this one week festival and also offer additional activities alongside the main music event enriched with theatre plays, art films, art performances and much more. December also ushers in the New Year with the Macedonia Philharmonic Orchestra Concert. The summer months in Skopje are extremely hot, while winter months are excruciatingly cold. Therefore, spring and autumn months, from March to May and September to December are recommended.
The best time to book cheap flights to Skopje is around the winter season, falling between December and March. It’s very cold at this time, although the Christmas and New Year periods still tend to attract tourists.
Skopje is the capital of Macedonia and the country’s largest city. This destination has experienced an extensive degree of transformation and as a result, more tourists have begun booking flights to Skopje.
The city has much to offer. It is naturally beautiful and the weather is especially pleasant during the spring and autumn seasons. There’s a good number of events and festivals, featured throughout the year, and boat tours and hiking trails make this destination one of wonder and great adventure. The modern face of Skopje is striking and quite breathtaking to behold. Thankfully, the city’s makeover has not destroyed the important and historical distinctive landmarks, such as the prominent Stone Bridge. This monument represents the old city and is one of its most ancient relics. It is still used, providing a walkway across the Vardar River to the Old Bazaar. Here you will see locals relaxing and socialising, enjoying food and beverages from quality restaurants and quaint bars and cafes. The trip to the Stone Bridge is a definite must and well worth it, with the Old Bazaar gems situated at the other end. A visit to Lake Matka is highly recommended. Even though the lake is a man-made feature, the beauty and tranquillity of this site is in no way diminished. The Matka gorge is another highlight as it contains one of the deepest underwater caves in Europe and is accessible by boat tours. Travellers taking a flight to Skopje in search of a hiking excursion should head to the Mountain of Vodno, which is ideal and provides stunning views of the city from the summit.
Metered taxis are relatively cheap and public buses and tram services are readily available.
Airport taxis provide reliable services from Alexander the Great Airport (SKP) to the city. The fares are regulated and a chart is displayed at the exit of the airport and inside all of the taxis. They run 24 hours a day and can be found by the airport’s exit. Buses also pick up from the airport.