If you need a transfer, please write on email: firstname.lastname@example.org, with a note Transfer.
If you are from EU you do not need to make visas, in other case please contact the organizers to specify this item. How to get and travel there.
By air: International airports in Skopje and Ohrid connect Macedonia with several major European cities. Close regional airports in Belgrade, Sofia and Thessaloniki can also be used, as they are all within a few hours' drive from Macedonia.
During the main arrival days for the competition organizers will arrange transport from Skopje airport to Krusevo if there is enough people interested in this. We will put more information about it on the web page later.
During the main arrival days for the competition organizers will arrange transport from Skopje airport to Krusevo if there is enough people interested in this. Return will be on 1 August. Two-way ticket will cost about 30€. We will put more information about it on the web page later.
Low cost airlines flying to Macedonia:
Turkish Airlines http://www.turkishairlines.com - Turkey, Russia, Brazil, India, Israel, Spain, Canada, China, Korea, Norway, France, Czech Republic, South Africa, Japan, United States,Ukraine.
SWISS http://www.swiss.com - Denmark, Brazil, India, Israel, Spain, Canada, Norway, Poland, France, Czech Republic, Japan, South Africa, United States
Wizz Air, Wizz Air Ukraine http://wizzair.com/ - Great Britain, Italy
Air Berlin http://www.airberlin.com, TUIfly http://www.tuifly.com/de/index.html - Germany, Spain, Canada, Switzerland, United States
Pegasus http://www.flypgs.com - Denmark,Israel,Ukraine
Croatia Airlines http://www.croatiaairlines.com -Netherlands, France, Croatia
Adria http://www.adria.si/ - Slovenia
By train: An international train, operating twice daily, connects Ljubljana, Slovenia and Thessaloniki, Greece by way of Macedonia. Stops include Tabanovce (the Macedonia-Serbia border crossing point), Kumanovo, Skopje, Veles, Gradsko, Negotino, Demir Kapija, and Gevgelija (Greek border crossing point), as well as a few small villages. From Skopje, Veles and Gradsko there are train connections to Prilep (35 km from Krusevo).
By bus: A number of bus lines connect Macedonia with all neighbouring countries and other European cities. Buses are frequent, and offer relatively inexpensive fares and professional service. Usually they drive to Skopje. Travelling on public inter-city buses in Macedonia used to be quite an interesting experience, since it usually included loud folk music and the risk of having to travel next to very different people with sometimes not so pleasant habits, subject to many urban legends and jokes. At present, public buses have improved and most have air-conditioning as well. Still, if you decide to travel by a public inter-city bus, do check it first before buying a ticket.
By car: The international highway E-75 runs north-south from Serbia to Greece, bisecting Macedonia. This is the most common route for overland tourists to take for entering Macedonia. There are also good roads connecting the country with Bulgaria to the East and Albania to the West.
Car - rental: Numerous cars - rental companies, run by both Macedonian companies and local representativeс of recognized Western companies are available in Macedonia. In the latter category companies like Sixth, Avis and Hertz are included, whereas some of the most prominent Macedonian entities include Biveks, Ineks, Mn, Ni-Mar Komerc and Putnik-Eurodolar.
Rental car prices in Macedonia generally run from 40-50 euros per day, though for longer periods the rate can be somewhat lower. In order to rent a car, be prepared to present a valid passport and driver's license from your home country.
Driving in Macedonia by car: While roads in Macedonia are generally good, drivers should watch out for falling rock zones in mountainous areas, and dogs, cows and sheep in rural areas. Drivers should also note that in Macedonia it is illegal to talk on a mobile phone while driving, seatbelts are mandatory and headlights have to be on during the day.