The Čifte Amam is a beautiful old bathhouse that is now used for temporary exhibitions.
City Art Gallery
In the Old Town, or Čaršija, the Daud Paša Baths (1466), once the largest Turkish bath in the Balkans, is now the City Art Gallery. The...
Tomb & Museum of Goce Delčev
Within the grounds of Sveti Spas Church, the tomb of anti-Ottoman revolutionary Delčev is prominent, and a small museum recounts his...
Skopje's best wine bar, in a restored wooden building near Sveti Spas, is refined and atmospheric. A vast wine list presents the cream...
Housed in a caravansarai (inn) that is famously tricky to find (it's through an archway off the busy little square in the heart of the...
Čaršija is the hillside Turkish old town of Skopje and evokes the city's Ottoman past with its winding lanes filled with teahouses, mosques, craftsmen's stores, and even good nightlife. It also boasts Skopje's best historic structures and museums, and is the first place any visitor should head. Čaršija runs from the Stone Bridge to the Bit Pazar, a big, busy vegetable market purveying bric-a-brac, household goods and anything random. Expect to get pleasantly lost in its maze of narrow streets.