Travel Info


VII Macedonian Mathematical Congress will be held in Hotel Drim that is located in Struga. Closest international airports are Ohrid Airport (10 km) and Skopje Airport (202 km).

From Skopje airport, the Intercity bus station in Skopje is reachable by taxi (the fee is 1500 MKD = 25 EUR) or by bus (the fee is 199 MKD = 3.5 EUR). The distance from the airport to the Skopje intercity bus station/the city center is about 18 km.

Struga is approximately 180 km south-west from the capital Skopje, reachable by daily frequent bus lines that depart from the centrally located intercity bus station. A bus from Skopje intercity bus station to Struga takes about 3 hours and costs about 700 MKD (approximately 12 EUR) for a one way ticket or about 1100 MKD (approximately 18 EUR) for a round-trip ticket.


If you are not a citizen of the Republic of North Macedonia, it is imperative that you check whether you need a visa for entering the country. More information about the visa regime can be found here.


The official currency in Republic of North Macedonia is Macedonian Denar (MKD). You can exchange foreign currency in several banks and Currency Exchange Offices. Credit cards are very common in the urban areas. Shops and restaurants that normally accept credit cards display a list of these cards on their shop windows. It is advisable to carry some cash, since for small purchases shops do prefer to be paid in cash. Most of the banks are open from Mon-Fri, from 08:00 to 16:30 (some of them to or 18:00) and Saturday from 8:00 to 13:00. They are closed on Sunday.


Struga Municipality, North Macedonia, 10-day weather forecast