Next stop on my discovering Macedonia travel itinerary was an aqueduct built in Roman time, located very close to the city of Skopje. I had no idea this place existed until I was googling and came across photos of it. I asked around and not that many people actually knew about it, not even people who are from Skopje. So, it was definitely a gem that I had to visit.
Continuing with the mini travel series from Macedonia. If you missed the first one, click here to read it. Continuing the discovery of hidden gems, my second stop was the Monastery Treskavec in the Pelagonija region close by the city Prilep.
Since the quarantine measurements have been eased but borders still remain closed and traveling abroad won’t be any time soon, I decided to travel around my country and share with you some interesting/less known places that are worth visiting. By creating a mini series of places to visit in Macedonia (most of which can be day trips).
Europe’s smallest nation , located in the Mediterranean between Italy and Africa, is the charming island of Malta. With just a population of less than 500,000 people. In recent times Malta has become a very popular destination amongst travelers. Although many think that it is a summer destination, I will say to avoid it at all costs in summer and visit it during the fall and early spring. Continue reading for all the insights of this trip.
After a wonderful few days in Marbella, we headed to Malaga to spend the last two days of our vacation. I don’t know why, but I had it in my head that Malaga has nothing much to offer. The only things I knew about Malaga were the Picasso museum and that it has a large port. So, upon arrival I wasn’t expecting anything from this city, and I was very very wrong.