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Macedonia struck me as being the most prepared for international tourists in comparison to the other two countries I visited (Kosovo and Albania) though it’s only a matter of time before all three are totally ready and getting bombarded by backpackers and jet setters alike. Now I rocked up not really knowing a single thing about any of these lands, and while that’s totally fine to do, I compiled a list of 15 things I think you should know about each before you go in case you were curious – starting with Macedonia.The fact of the matter is I’ve probably already offended someone with the title of this post.
This is frequently mentioned fact though to tell you the truth, it wasn’t that obvious to me.
Warning: I will not approve any politically charged comment left here so don’t even think about it. If you arrive in Skopje before 2014, expect to see quite a bit of construction as the city is currently undergoing a massive transformation thanks to the aptly named “Skopje 2014” project.
The project was launched in 2010 by the Macedonian government in an effort to make its capital more visually appealing though many critics cite is as just an expensive and frivolous display of nationalism – especially aimed towards Greece and the ethnic Albanians in Macedonia.
I’m not kidding when I say I’ve had some of the best salads of my life while in Macedonia.
The water there is also clean so feel free to drink straight from the tap. If anything, it’s because all of it is being consumed before it even has a chance to cross the border.