Top things to do & see in Skopje, Macedonia

top things to see in skopje macedonia

I recently had a chance to visit Skopje and since it came on a short notice much of the journey was unplanned. Travelling is always so much informative as I just now learnt that Skopje is the capital of Macedonia, the birthplace of Mother Teresa and also a city with lots of impressive statues of Alexander the GreatMacedonia itself is a Balkan nation , a country that is landlocked but with a series of beautiful mountains, lakes as well as ancient towns. Ottoman and European architecture is much evident around the capital due to its historical linkage to some of the greatest empires of the past. We took off from Luton in the early hours and in around 3 hours were warmly welcomed at Alexander the Great Airport. The airport wasn’t busy at all and so we were quick to get out and into the taxi.  It cost around 1300 Macedonian Denar (20 Euros) for a 22 km ride into the city center where our hotel was located. 


Where to Stay?


Holiday Inn in Skopje (Macedonia) has a prime location as majority of the popular tourist spots are just within 2 miles. The place is perfect if you’re happy to walk around a bit, which you will have to anyway, but I did spot a golf cart for hire to avail a ride around the center. The building of the 5 star central Skopje hotel is massive with 178 rooms offered with a range of Amenities like an on site parking, access to sauna and gym as well as airport transfers. A bus stop and a taxi stand right at the door step allow quick and easy transportation to all the main destinations. Unfortunately though, the internet connectivity at the hotel was much below standard and with low mobile network coverage as well my internet activity had to suffer quite a bit. Additionally, the entrance to the reception has a flight of stairs without any lift or ramp. So a word of caution for all mobility seekers, as we had to struggle with our pushchair every time we went out for a stroll. The breakfast was good and depending on how you make the bookings, it can be charged as availed at 14 Euro per person. The best part of the hotel was surely their comfy bed which felt extremely soothing to use at the end of a long day. 

top things to see in skopje macedonia

Day 1 in Skopje

Explore the Old Skopje Bazaar:

We saw most of the city by foot, both during the day and night, also because we were blessed to have our hotel in a prime location. On day one, we were quite exhausted and wanted to eat some good food at a Halal restaurant but weren’t quite sure about the choice when eventually I spotted a Muslim lady and asked her for help. She was kind enough to literally take us to the restaurant and so we ended up having our lunch at Destan, a restaurant operating since 1913. The restaurant had lots of sitting space, both indoor and outdoor but since it was a warm afternoon, we decided to sit indoors. I’m not a huge fan of hot or warm weather and always prefer cooler temperatures so preferred sitting inside. Destan at Old Skopje Bazaar had a very simple menu and the food was reasonably priced. 

old skopje bazaar

Finished with the lunch, when we left the restaurant and were walking towards the Bazaar, we heard the Adhan (Muslim call to prayer ) coming from the Mustafa Pasha Mosque built in 1492 which felt really good to listen to. The Old Skopje Bazaar had rows of restaurants as well as shops selling gold and silver jewelry, shoes, bags, rugs and the like. I did however, notice that there were some healthy looking stray dogs and cats on the streets as well as beggars. 
  
Enjoy some shopping:

Visit the Sorvania Centre if you’re interested in shopping from the local shops in Skopje, as it would be nice to spend some time browsing around the shops. Moreover, if you'd like some more fun all at one place including shopping, gaming and eating then Capitol Mall is where you should head. Just a 7 minute drive from Macedonia Square, the indoor covered mall is massive and is a good place to spend time.


See the museums, Stone Bridge & Kale Fortress: 

When in Skopje, you definitely have to see the iconic 15th century Stone Bridge. The historic Kale Fortress offers sweeping views of Skopje while you can get an insight on Macedonia's history by visiting the  Museum of the Macedonian Struggle or by visiting the National Theatre or Macedonian Opera and Ballet.


Spend the evening at Macedonia Square:


Right as one comes out of the Sorvania shopping center, there’s Macedonia square just within half a mile and the statue of Alexander the Great can be seen clearly from far away. There were also some swings for the entertainment of the children and we ended up sitting on the horse one on BabyN’s insistence (ticket costs 30 Macedonian Denar per child or 40 Macedonian Denar if someone needs to accompany). He’s too little to sit on it on his own so I had to accompany him and from there, I’ve also made a short clip that I’ve included in my VLOG on my YouTube channel (link will be updated soon).

Macedonia square Alexander the great

See Skopje at Night:

Right after that, we headed back to the hotel for some rest, and went out again for dinner and that was when I realised the city centre looked completely different. At night, the capital of Macedonia looks totally different with the amazingly beautiful lights lit up on the bridges and buildings. The Square was full of people watching a concert on a large screen and enjoying the night and fireworks. Even the stray dogs seemed to be partying with their fellow dogs wagging their long tails. Right after a short tour, we decided to go for dinner at an Italian restaurant called Bella Vita where I had some amazing Italian food.


Day 2 in Skopje

Mother Teresa Memorial House: 

This landmark definitely had to be in Skopje because the known humanitarian and Nobel Peace Prize winner, Mother Teresa was born here in 1910, and is believed to have lived in Skopje till 1928. The two million Euro worth memorial house built on Macedonia Street  was opened by the Macedonian Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski in 2009, and is one of the newest landmarks of Skopje.  The house has free admission and has part of Mother Teresa's relics preserved along with a gallery and visitors can take a tour of the whole building on their own. 

Mother Teresa Memorial House skopje

Mother Teresa Memorial House skopje

Mother Teresa Memorial House skopje

See the monasteries & the Millennium Cross: 

Although I wasn't able to visit the Monastery of St. Panteleymon built in the 11th century, I could easily spot the Millennium Cross, a 66-metre crucifix which was even more prominent at night. The cross was completed in 2002 in order to pay tribute to 2000 years of Christianity. The highest point of Mount Vodno where this distinct landmark (Millennium Cross) is,  is 10 km from the Skopje city center and offers fantastic views of the city.

Mother Teresa Memorial House skopje

Visit the Matka Canyon: 

A popular outdoor spot in Macedonia, and approximately 21 km away from Skopje’s city center, the canyon  and can be reached by either opting for a bus ride (costs 3 Euro per person, both sides) or a taxi (costs 8-10 Euro each side). At the Matka Canyon, visitors can not just enjoy the views, but also opt for canoeing or hiking. There’s also a restaurant there where one can stop for a bite or some tea. Although the prices may sound slightly higher, but their outdoor sitting area by the lake is great for a beautiful view. Also, the Matka Lake is the oldest artificial lake in Macedonia! 

matka canyon

If you’re visiting Skopje in Macedonia, 2 days or 48 hours are good to see the places around but make sure you check the temperature because the afternoons in fall can be quite warm while the evenings get pretty cool. Moreover, if you need visa to travel to Macedonia, then Schengen visa is valid for entering the country. 


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Exploring the Lake District with Windermere Lake Cruises

Windermere Lake Cruises at Lake District

‘There’s no such things as bad weather, only inappropriate clothing.’ This quote said by Sir Ranulph Fiennes rightly fits the books of an individual who is truly passionate about traveling. 

Located on the northwest coast of England in Cumbria, the Lake District also known as the Lakes or Lakeland is an extremely popular mountainous holiday destination for both locals and tourists. Since the county’s mountainous geography has also made the Lake District the wettest part of England, I was hoping for a ‘nice’ weather which in my dictionary is something not too cold neither warm but something that feels like 20 degree to be more precise. 
Windermere Lake Cruises at Lake District

The Lake District National Park, established in 1951 is popular for its lakes, forests and mountains (or fells), covers approximately 2,362 square kilometres and has been designated as the UNESCO World Heritage Site, pulling as much as 15.8 million visitors annually! Since the lakes are surrounded with mountains, one gets to see stunning panoramic views of the beautiful surroundings including the highest mountain peak in England Scafell Pike. 


Windermere Lake Cruises at Lake District

The best way to get mesmerized with the beauty of this popular holiday destination is to enjoy a cruise on Windermere Lake and to get stunned with the spectacular views from the largest lake of England in the heart of Lake District. The Windermere Lake Cruises offer cruises from 45 minutes to 3 hours or you can also opt for Freedom of the Lake ticket and spend the entire day around the lake with the option of unlimited cruise trips for 24 hours giving you the independence to explore Windermere at your leisure.

It’s entirely up to you to decide on where to begin the journey either from Bowness, Ambleside or Lakeside - the Windermere cruise not just promises magnificent mountain scenery, bays and wooded islands, but also adds a lot information to one's knowledge with the commentary which is also available in different languages other than English. 

Windermere Lake Cruises at Lake District

Although I’ve been on the cruises in different countries several times earlier as well, it was BabyN’s first experience but we all were really excited to board the cruise. We parked the car at the Lakeside and paid £4 for the day. The next step was to get the ticket from the ticket office and then we had to wait until the cruise arrived, which was however not very long as we had already checked the schedule of the cruise online and drove to Windermere accordingly. Near to the time, we just had to queue to get inside the cruise that had ample space for everyone to sit and enjoy the ride. 

At the start of the trip, the weather was really good but as you know how unpredictable the British weather can be, I would advise carrying a coat or a jacket along especially if you’re planning to enjoy the entire cruise trip on the open deck. Otherwise, the Windermere Lake Cruises have got you covered because they also have a covered deck and that also has a small shop from where you can get your hot drinks such as coffee (£1.60), tea (£1.50), hot chocolate (£1.60) or brandy coffee (£3.00) and snacks. Other items on the menu include spirits (£3:00-£3.40 each), draught and bottled beer (£2.10-£4.20 each), wine (£4.25), ice creams (£1.60-£1.95 each), nonalcoholic beverages, food such as sandwiches (£2.90), cakes (£1.60), giant cookies (£0.95), biscuits, peanuts (£0.80) and crisps (£0.60) as well as the confectionery items including different chocolates and fruit pastilles for £0.80 each.  Moreover, the Windermere Lake Cruises also offers self drive and rowing boats, weddings and private charters as well as the option to park and sail. 


Windermere Lake Cruises at Lake District

Some of the other fantastic local attractions in the Lake District include the Lakeland Motor Museum, The World of Beatrix Potter and the Lakes Aquarium besides many other child friendly attractions. You can also check out the official Lake District website for more information require to plan your visit. Moreover, you can also view the video of my trip to the Lake District on my YouTube channel, here

Windermere Lake Cruises at Lake District


Important Information - Windermere Lake Cruises
Timing: 9:30 am - 6:00 pm
Parking: Ambleside Pier has 21 spaces. costs £5.00 all day
Lakeside car park has 300 spaces, costs £4.00 all day
Location: Winander House, Glebe Rd, Bowness-on-Windermere LA23 3HE

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Road Trip Survival Guide: Tips to Keep Children Happy while Traveling

 Tips to Keep Children Happy while Traveling

Thinking about traveling either by opting for a road trip or by air can be stressful for any parent mainly due to the fear of inevitable tantrums the kids may throw during the journey. However, there's a solution or say solutions in case of kids in the form of backup plan or plan B, for everything and even for this. I go on lots of road trips with family (really long ones at times), and of course my toddler son accompanies me along so every time I have to ensure that his 'car essentials' are within a hand's reach. I aim to keep things as much organised as possible, to ensure that I am able to enjoy a pleasant journey. 

First things first - Stock up on snacks!

A full tummy can do wonders! Ensure you keep your child's favourite snacks, especially something that they can eat on their own. Of course, this depends on age but talking more specifically of toddlers you can take them along for grocery and ask them to pick their own preferred snack. This way, the chances of eating without creating a drama is more prevalent. I make sure to keep snacks that aren't messy and ones that BabyN' can eat on his own such as crisps and biscuits. 

Tips to Keep Children Happy while Traveling

Rule No. 2 is Entertainment!

Now this comes in various forms as 'entertainment' is quite a broad term and may have a different definition for every toddler. You can keep the child's favourite book or a toy. Just make sure not to keep anything that might give you a headache later and you know what I mean, right? If both doesn't work, then the tablet is ALWAYS a lifesaver! BabyN' enjoys watching his favourite shows that my husband has downloaded on the BBC iPlayer on the iPad and can watch it up to an hour because after that, he starts feeling bored but an hour's break for me is quite refreshing. Just make sure the tablet is fully charged! Besides that, you can introduce your own random 10 minute game or play ideas. For instance, ask the child to tell the colour of the shop boards that he may see on the way while you're passing from a busy street full of shops or show them animals pasturing on the green fields that come on the way. Boys, more particularly are also interested in cars so you can maybe ask them the colour of the cars or the type of vehicle seen on the road - sports car, truck, bike or anything else that you come across. 

Tips to Keep Children Happy while Traveling

Nappies, Wipes and other cleaning stuff.

I don't know why, but BabyN' has recently developed the habit of throwing up. Whenever he eats something and he feels too full, he starts acting up and starts coughing after which the drama happens. I now make sure that the wipes, plastic bags and extra clothes are just on an arm's length and I also carry an air freshener so that can be sprayed in the car to make the rest of the journey bearable for the other members sitting in the car. 

Take a break 

Road trips can be fun as well and it's totally up to you how to make them sane for yourself. Generally, the highways have services available and they've got a variety of fast food brands and coffee shops where one can stop for some time. Sometimes the services are quite big and have a small play area for kids as well, which works as a complete refresher for everyone. If they don't have a play area, then I mostly stop at McDonald's to get a Happy Meal for BabyN' so he feels a bit entertained with the new toy as well as his fish and chips.  


Tips to Keep Children Happy while Traveling

Sit at the back seat with your toddler 

On road trips longer than 1.5 hours, I sit at the back seat with BabyN' just to give him company and to ensure he's happy. Kids tend to get bored very quickly and need change at very frequent intervals. So, I just keep him busy with food, iPad or games when I sit with him. Also, at this age he has now started asking questions which is of course not something which is frowned upon but does get slightly irritating when it exceeds the count of 10! My personal experience is that kids tend to be happier while traveling when they have company and someone to talk. 

Travel Pillow

It is much apparent that kids will fall asleep on long trips and since they need to sit and sleep, their neck tends to fall on the sides which might be really uncomfortable for them. The best idea to avoid this is to get a travel pillow to ensure the neck remains stable. 

kids travel pillow trunki
Image: Trunki

Lastly - Follow the packing list!

Make a packing list and ensure you've got everything readily available with you. This should definitely include dry snacks, water and a bottle of juice as well as the child's favourite toy, lots of wipes and extra clothes. Now this may sound repetitive to you all, but that's my way of stressing on it and making it sound how important this point is to keep children happy while traveling, especially on road trips.


If you have any tips to keep children happy while traveling then please let me know in comments below and make sure to enter the giveaway to WIN a Kids's Trunki Travel Pillow. 
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Luxury stay at the Lea Marston Hotel - Warwickshire, UK

luxury hotel warwickshire

Lea Marston Hotel, the 117 bedroom 4-star family run hotel has been set across 54 acres of North Warwickshire countryside, exactly located in Sutton Coldfield and is close to Birmingham city centre and the popular Drayton Manor Theme Park. Besides having a two-AA-rosette restaurant, the hotel also has a 9 hole golf course and is perfect for events such as conferences, weddings and works equally well as a banqueting venue. Lea Marston Hotel is the sister establishment of The Abbey Hotel in South Birmingham. I've also shared my experience of staying at The Abbey Hotel in one of my previous blog posts, which you can read here

luxury hotel warwickshire

Lea Marston Hotel has their own car park, which is complimentary for the hotel guests. We had a very smooth check-in after which we headed straight to our room on the first floor where we were greeted by a welcome card and a tray with some tea/coffee and biscuits that had been piled very neatly and were also much needed after having quite a long day exploring the North Western side of England. 

lea marston hotel warwickshire

lea marston hotel warwickshire

I quickly settled down after exploring our room and freshened up before leaving for dinner while my husband Googled on some options of restaurants near the area. We ended up settling for Tipu Sultan (for some majestic dining) in Birmingham, an opulent North Indian restaurant with a very impressive and luxurious interior with ornate ceilings and purple velvet sofas as it was recommended by quite a few people. 

For satisfying the sweet tooth, we also went to Chaiiwala at the Lady Pool road and got some Rose Falooda. I've actually tried a few things from there before as well, from their cafe in Peterborough and luckily Chaiiwala has now just opened in London as well, so will be checking out that soon as well.

It took us around 35 minutes to get back to the hotel after dinner, BabyN' had already slept in the car as it got a bit late so husband immediately slept as well while I had to finish packing although I knew the bed was calling me out so badly!

lea marston hotel warwickshire
 
lea marston hotel warwickshire

lea marston hotel warwickshire

The en-suite washroom had a walk-in shower and the Gilchrist & Soames toiletries that included spa therapy softening sea lettuce conditioning shampoo, stimulating sea wrack body wash and a cute oval soap. Inside the cupboard, there was a safe, an iron stand, table fan and a room fridge. 

lea marston hotel warwickshire

lea marston hotel warwickshire

On Monday morning, we went to 'The Adderley Restaurant' for a buffet breakfast that was served on that day between 7:30-9:30 and had a hearty meal at the start of the day before heading to the spa. We really enjoyed the breakfast and the variety of the items that had been included in the buffet were really good. I've actually taken a photo of the breakfast items for you to have a look which you can see below. The tea and coffee were served fresh on the table.

lea marston hotel warwickshire

lea marston hotel warwickshire

lea marston hotel warwickshire

lea marston hotel warwickshire

lea marston hotel warwickshire

lea marston hotel warwickshire

Immediately after the breakfast, we headed straight to the spa to get changed and enjoy some family pool time (pool timing for children - 9:00 am). The hotel has a big pool as well as a Jacuzzi with the other facilities such as shower, changing area, sauna, steam room, plastic bags and a swim wear dryer inside the changing room. At the time when we were at the pool, I came to know that aerobics class was about to start and I was really interested in attending, but we had to checkout and leave for our next destination so was unable to join the fun. Nevertheless, I had a fabulous time in the Jacuzzi and quickly got changed after enjoying the hour of splashing with BabyN'.

Generally, I pack bags a night before the checkout so I don't have to rush the next morning, so we just had to go to the room to get our luggage and get in the car. I should however, mention that our hotel room had a card (see above) with the name of the housekeeping staff who had prepared our room, and I really liked this personal touch that had been added. 

lea marston hotel warwickshire

Lea Marston Hotel has a great location so we were easily able to explore a bit of Birmingham and Warwickshire both. Since we had already been to Birmingham earlier, we were able to see most of the popular tourist attractions back then. We didn't really bother seeing them again, but decided to explore some restaurants this time as the city has loads of Halal food options to offer. From my previous stay in Birmingham, I'd recommend visiting the Bull Ring in the city centre and just around that you'll basically find many other attractions such as Library of Birmingham, a monument called Three Wise Men, Symphony Hall and other things to see as well. Other popular attractions near the Lea Martson Hotel include the Cadbury World, Birmingham Sea Life Centre, Tamworth SnowDome and Twycross Zoo that are great for kids while the Flannels Designer Shopping store is a favourite among adults. 

In Warwickshire, we explored the Warwick Castle and also wanted to see the Market Place and Lord Leycester Hospital but unfortunately they're closed on Mondays so wasn't able to see them from inside, but was able to see Smith Street and St. Nicholas Park. 

lea marston hotel warwickshire

Important Information - Lea Marston Hotel 
Check-in: 3:00 pm
Check-out: 11:00 am
Parking: Complimentary for hotel guests 
Breakfast: Buffet styled English breakfast (hot and cold items) 
Amenities: Spa, pool, gym & golf course 
In-room amenities: Hair dryer, iron, fan, kettle, toiletries & tea/coffee provided
Location: Haunch Lane, Sutton Coldfield - Warwickshire, B76 0BY

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The Abbey Hotel, South Birmingham - UK

The Abbey Hotel Redditch

The Abbey Hotel, Golf & Spa located in Redditch (Worcestershire), is a family run 4 star hotel that is being run with the vision to be the best independent hotel in the Midlands in order to not just create great experiences for the hotel guests, but also to create lasting memories for them. The entities focusing more on their core values have always been successful as they strive hard to come up to, rather it would be better saying 'exceeding customer expectations.' 

The Abbey Hotel Redditch

My family and I reached the hotel after a delay of one hour more than the expected time of the journey due to the heavy traffic  we encountered on the way. Luckily, there was no hassle of looking around for the parking because The Abbey Hotel has it's own massive car park, which is complimentary for the hotel guests. Definitely plus-point for choosing to stay at the hotel! 

The Abbey Hotel Redditch

After a smooth check-in, we headed straight to our room on the first floor. It was good sized, with a huge bed, writing desk with stool, cupboard, a tub chair and sofa that had been turned into a bed for BabyN' and he himself managed to spot a cute gesture on it - a packet of jelly beans! 

The Abbey Hotel Redditch

The Abbey Hotel Redditch

The Abbey Hotel Redditch

The bathroom had a separate bath and a shower with all the required toiletries, so the first thing I did to unwind from our 4 hour road trip was to soak in a warm bubble bath before taking a quick shower so we could plan ahead for dinner that night. 

The Abbey Hotel Redditch

The Abbey Hotel Redditch

I always check out all the drawers at the hotels, to get a better idea of the amenities available and to my surprise besides finding a hair dryer and an iron, I also found a Holy Bible in one of the bedside drawer. In the past several years, I've stayed at lots of hotels but it was the FIRST time I've ever found a Holy book at a hotel. 

The Abbey Hotel Redditch

The Abbey Hotel offers both in room dining and breakfast in bed options but we didn't avail any of them because we had our dinner planned elsewhere and for the breakfast, we didn't want to miss the beautiful view of the golf course so decided to go to the Bramblings restaurant to enjoy a buffet style breakfast and to get some positive vibes to start the day. We got to see stunning panoramic views of the golf course and the grounds. For the meals the restaurant offers a seasonal, casual yet creative menu for which the best ingredients are sourced locally. Moreover, the guests can also enjoy afternoon tea between Monday to Saturday (12:00 - 5:00 pm) with two options - traditional £16.95 & savoury £18.95 while children's afternoon tea costs £11. 

The Abbey Hotel Redditch

The Abbey Hotel Redditch

The Abbey Hotel Redditch

The Abbey Hotel also has an impressive spa and health club. You can indulge in spa treatments using products such as ESPA and Dermalpgica with 20% off on bookings between Monday to Thursday. Isn't that a great offer? Unfortunately, I wasn't able to use the pool as we reached the hotel after the pool was closed and had to leave early in the morning before it opens. The pool timings aren't mentioned on the hotel's website so I called the hotel to check with them to ensure that we could use it, but we reached just 15 minutes before the closing time due to the extra hour it took for us to drive to the hotel. The adult only pool timing is between 12-4 pm while the children can go between 10:00am -12:00pm & 4:00pm - 7:00pm all days except Thursday between 4:00 till 6:30 pm. The hotel also has a 18 hole championship golf course, and has both twilight offers available or the option of practicing your swing on the hotel's 2 storey floodlit driving range. 

The Abbey Hotel Redditch

The Abbey Hotel also supports charitable initiatives and is committed towards involvement in the communities around, and for that they've dedicated a charity to support by raising funds. This year's dedicated charity run by The Abbey Hotel is the Midlands Air Ambulance Charity. Just 25 minutes from the Birmingham city centre, The Abbey Hotel in Redditch is also perfect for private events, breaks, weddings and conferences.

The Abbey Hotel Redditch

The Abbey Hotel is the sister establishment of Lea Marston Hotel in Warwickshire. I've also shared my experience of staying at the Lea Marston Hotel in one of my other blog posts, which you can read here

Important Information - The Abbey Hotel 
Check-in: 3:00 pm
Check-out: 11:00 am
Parking: Complimentary for hotel guests 
Breakfast: Buffet styled English breakfast (hot and cold items) 
Amenities: Spa, pool, gym & golf course 
In-room amenities: Hair dryer, iron, fan, kettle, toiletries & tea/coffee provided
Location: Hither Green Ln, Redditch B98 9BE
Website: www.theabbeyhotel.co.uk

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