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Ohrid City Tour 

Ohrid is one of the most important cities in terms of culture for all nations who live in this area. With the beautiful blue lake and the mountain Galicica, this is the most visited tourist city in Macedonia. Please, hear the story of Ohrid from professional tourist guide. Learn about the civilizations that lived here, for its ancient buildings and churches.


The road leads from “Dolna porta”, the entrance to the old town, near two small churches - St. Nikola and St.”Bogorodica Bolnicki”. You'll see some of the old and new architecture of Ohrid, of which Robevci house dominates the scenery. Today the house hosts the museum of Ohrid - which is keeps the most important archaeological discoveries of Ohrid and its area.
Next we will visit and enter church St. Sofia - the former cathedral church of Ohrid’s archbishopric.
This church from the XII century is impressive for its construction as well as the frescoes - Byzantine style of painting cultivated in the former capital, Constantinople.
In this tour the ages are mixed because Ohrid is one of the rare towns with continuous living.
Visit the ancient theatre, built in I century BC. Accidentally discovered and revived again today for plays and concerts.
Visit the Church “Bogorodica Perivleptos” from XIII century which will have the opportunity to see a new style of Byzantine painting.
Opportunity to visit the gallery of icons, which contains an interesting collection of icons dating from the 11th to the 19th century.
Visit Plaosnik - a place that is spiritual and cultural canter of the city Lyhnidos (Ohrid) is an old Slavic church and school, which was rebuilt in 2002 following the example of ancient sanctuary.
There are also remains of two early Christian basilicas that have impressive mosaics.
Visits Samuel's Fortress - Fortress which dominates the town.
The tour continues to the church St. Jovan Kaneo and Kaneo locality, from where it provides a wonderful view of the entire city, the lake with the whole coastline, Macedonian and the Albanian side and dominated mountains.
Returning to the city centre, walk through Ohrid Bazaar, the opportunity to buy the famous Ohrid pearl.


Minimum of 30 persons requested for this price
Service from a professional tour guide
Entrance fee: church of St. Sophia and church Bogorodica Perivleptos


Departure to St. Naum in the morning. 
The trip will be by bus or boat depending on weather conditions and the interest of the guests.
We will visit the ‘bay of bones’ Neolithic on water settlement and chance to have illustrative returning  in a life 1200 years BC.
The road continues along the picturesque lake shore  to monastery St. Naum.
Situated between the lavishly green, where the river  Black Drim flows into Lake Ohrid, 29 km distance from Ohrid and 1 km from the Albanian border, St. Naum is one of the most visited tourist destinations in Ohrid.
The springs at St. Naum is part of the national park Galicica zone regime of strict protection, where passenger transport is carried out only by boat and is not permitted use of the engine.
The church built by the monk St. Naum, beginning of X century, dedicated to the Holy Archangels Michael and Gabriel was destroyed. Many pilgrims visit his grave and believe that if you put your ear to the grave, you can hear the beating of his heart.
Church celebrates this patron saint of the 5th January and 3rd of July.
Frescoes painted by the master Trpko, a local artist. In the chapel of the church is the tomb of St. Naum, with frescoes of his life and his miracles.
Besides the cultural inspiration that  gives this tour, you will have the opportunity to enjoy the beautiful nature, to cruise the sources by boat, to drink coffee in one of the restaurants or while enjoying or opportunity for national organized lunch menu.


Minimum 30 persons requested for this tour
Transport with modern air-conditioned touristic bus/minibus ;
Service from a professional tour guide
Entrance fee: church of St. Naum
Lunch in the restaurant near the monastery