Located in the center of the Balkan Peninsula, and home to over 2 million people, it is blessed with Mediterranean climate, colorful geography, and breathtaking scenery aplenty. Macedonia is a country of sacred mysteries & unique beauties, that has no sea access, no world-wide known ski resorts, but Macedonia has wonderful lakes, untouched mountains, great history & wealthy cultural heritage. It is the fatherland of the Cyrillic script and of the first Slavic University in the world. Macedonia has fascinated past, rich in Greek, Roman and Ottoman history, part of Balkans, part of Mediterranean. It is noted that civilization in Macedonia flourished between 7000 and 3500 BC. During ancient times, Macedonia was the largest kingdom of Alexander the Great. Statues of Alexander and his father Philip II of Macedon are proudly displayed throughout the country. At every corner you can see and feel a unique blend of ancient and modern Macedonia. Macedonians are known as very friendly and hospitable people, and make every visitor feels at home. A little bit secluded, however, from the rest of the world, it is still undescover gem of Balkan region.
As one of the smallest states in Europe with a long tradition and the meeting point of different cultural and religious influences on the border