In the morning, when you arrive, leave the city towards Fushe Kosova (Fusha e Zogjve i Zi), which the place is named after. This flat area outside the capital is the site of the 1389 battle of Kosovo, a clash that led to the final takeover of the Ottoman Empire over this area of the Balkans, and a battle that some argue is one of the reasons for the problems still affecting the region. Here is a memorial commemorating this important historical event. Also nearby is the tomb of Sultan Murat, leader of the Ottoman Empire in the 14th century.
To continue to the Gracanica Monastery, the monastery was declared a Cultural Monument of Extraordinary Importance in 1990, and on 13 July 2006 was placed on the UNESCO World Heritage List.
Traveling to Skopje, the capital of Macedonia, dating back to Roman times, Skopje was captured by the Serbs in 1282 and was the scene (1346) of Stefan Dusan's coronation as tsar of Serbia. It fell to the Turks in 1392 and until the fall of Constantinople (1453) was considered the second city of Turkey. walk of the sights of Skopje and its most important monuments, places and the city center (Old Bazaar, Kale Castle, church of St. Savior, memorial house of Mother Teresa ...)
After the visit continue in Ohrid, hotel accommodation with 3 *. Dinner and one night in Ohrid