Ohrid is located in the southwest of Northern Macedonia, on the shore of a lake of the same name. It is the only large water body in the country, so there are excellent beaches along its picturesque coasts. In the vicinity of the city, there are the most comfortable of them. They are sandy, with a gentle entrance to the water. The settlement on the site of Ohrid has existed since the third century BC. For a short time, the town was the capital of the Tsardom of Bulgaria, under the rule of Byzantium, Serbia, and the Ottoman Empire. Numerous architectural monuments and ancient temples of different religious confessions have been preserved in the old part of Ohrid. It is worth taking a walk through the picturesque streets of Ohrid, with whitewashed houses with big windows, traditional for the southern part of the Balkan Peninsula, and visiting the ancient amphitheater, where concerts and festivals often take place. Both the city and the lake are listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Before the trip, you should calculate the approximate budget that you will require for the travel: