Sveti Spas Church
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...
The Čifte Amam is a beautiful old bathhouse that is now used for temporary exhibitions.
Mustafa Paša Mosque
The 1492 Mustafa Paša Mosque exemplifies magnificent Ottoman architecture, with a lawn, garden and fountain.
Old Town Brewery
This beer bar above Vinoteka Temov is Skopje's only place for a yard of beer, and selection is good. In summer, the benches spill...
Established by an American expat baker, this fun little place is unique for its typical American soccer-mum snacks such as lemon bars,...
Lonely Planet review
Partially underground (the Turks banned churches from being taller than mosques), this church boasts a wood-carved iconostasis 10m wide and 6m high, built by early-19th-century master craftsmen Makarije Frčkovski and brothers Petar and Marko Filipovski.
Outside, the Tomb and Museum of Goce Delčev has the remains of Macedonia's foremost national hero. Leader of the VMRO (Internal Macedonian Revolutionary Organisation), Delčev was killed by Turks in 1903.