3 hours Scheduled Ohrid walking tour

Discover our UNESCO listed town!.
Walking tour is the best way to explore this unique town, situated on the banks of beautiful Ohrid lake, the most famous tourist destination in Macedonia.

Guided walking tour with our experienced guide in Ohrid Old town.
Because of the religious importance and its numerous churches and monasteries,
Ohrid is also famous under the name “Macedonian Jerusalem”.
According the history facts, there used to be 365 churches – a church for each day!
In 12th century, the city was also the seat of Archbishop of Ohrid.
Since 1979 the city and the lake of Ohrid are under protection of UNESCO.
Do not miss to have a nice panoramic picture from Ohrid fortress and to visit remains of the first Slavic university in the Balkans, today founded at Holy area of Plaoshnik. You will go inside the recently rebuild Church of St Clement and pass by the unique church of St. John – Kaneo.
Finally, you will visit the cathedral church from 10th century, St. Sofia.

Some of the sights you will see and visit:
The Ohrid fortress (inside)
Plaoshnik area (inside),
New St. Clement church (inside)
St. John Kaneo church (from outside)
St Sofia church (inside)
For more information / booking of this tour, or to check for Special offers, if any, please use red buttons on the right.
This tour is also offered as a Private tour with flexible departure dates and time – contact us for more information.

Tour code: 1121
Duration: 3 hours
Price: 19 € per person
Scheduled departures 2018: 03.05 | 06.05 | 12.05 | 27.05 | 30.05 | 05.06 | 20.06 | 23.06 | 29.06 | 14.07 | 17.07 | 23.07 07.08 | 10.08 | 16.08 31.08 | 03.09 | 09.09 | 24.09 | 27.09
Tour starts at: 08:30
Tour ends at: 11:30
Tour starts from: The main square and port, near the statue of St Clement
We guarantee that this tour will depart as scheduled even with only two persons booked.

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English speaking tour guide for full day;
Visits inside: as described in the program, including admission fees where applicable
“Visit Macedonia” maps and brochure