None for EU, US, Australian, Canadian or New Zealand citizens for stays of up to three months.
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Skopje and Ohrid are well connected to other Balkan tourist hubs as well as some international destinations further afield. Air connections have increased thanks to the growing number of budget airlines flying here. Buses are generally more frequent and cover a broader range of destinations than trains (they're also just as fast).
Locals fawn over children and their presence is accepted in bars and restaurants across the country; many Macedonians take their babies and children out to dinner with them and you'll often see little ones running around late at night in...
Foreign nationals need a permit to work in North Macedonia. Contact your local Macedonian embassy for more information.