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.
Hanoi, as Vietnam’s capital and second largest city, is hardly an off-beat travel destination. But a bustling metropolis like it never fails to entertain its first-time visitors — so much so that you’ll be itching for another visit before even leaving the city. Here’s everything you need to know before going:
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).
New York City or The Big Apple is definitely one of the must visit cities before you die. There’s so much to do and so much to see that it can easily become overwhelming (also impossible to cover everything in just one trip). This was my third time visiting NYC, the last time was 4 years ago so the memories were still fresh, but NYC was still overwhelming for me. Therefore, I kinda skipped doing some of the mainstream touristy things and attractions, but continue reading to see what are my must do’s, see’s, tips and where to eat.