Ohrid Tour

First we visit Plaosnik, then we proceed to Samoil Fortres, to Kaneo, then to the Church of Saint Sophia, we visit the Ancient Theatre of Ohrid, and the city centre with the city port. Optionally, we can visit The Magnificent Monastery of Saint Naum.

These locations in Ohrid offer a mix of historical, cultural, and natural beauty, providing visitors with a memorable experience in this enchanting Macedonian city.

Cost of the Tour

180 EUR. Visiting to the monastery of St. Naum is not included. For visiting this location, the price is paid extra of 30 EUR.
Prices are per car/tour.

TIme of starting the tour

Time of starting the tour is 09:00AM (CET Time) or by your request when it suits you. Time if we are visiting St.Naum is 08:00AM (Cet Time). Time for coming back is 18:00PM (Cet Time).

Gallery: Photos made by us

  1. Plaosnik: Plaosnik is an archaeological site located on the hill of the same name. It holds great historical and cultural significance as it is believed to be the site of the first Slavic university, established in the 9th century. Visitors can explore the ruins of ancient churches and enjoy panoramic views of Lake Ohrid.
  2. Samoil Fortress: Samoil Fortress is a medieval fortress perched atop a hill overlooking Ohrid. It was built in the 10th century and named after Tsar Samoil, the ruler of the First Bulgarian Empire. This imposing fortress offers breathtaking views of the city, lake, and surrounding mountains, and it is an excellent spot for photography enthusiasts.
  3. Kaneo: Kaneo is a charming and picturesque neighborhood located on a cliff above Lake Ohrid. It is famous for its iconic Church of St. John at Kaneo, a small medieval church with beautiful frescoes. The location offers stunning vistas of the lake and is a popular spot to relax, take in the scenery, and enjoy the peaceful atmosphere.
  4. Church of Saint Sophia: The Church of Saint Sophia is a medieval Eastern Orthodox church located in the heart of Ohrid’s Old Town. It dates back to the 11th century and features a unique blend of Byzantine and Western architectural styles. Inside, visitors can admire well-preserved frescoes and experience the spiritual ambiance of this historic place of worship.
  5. Ancient Theatre of Ohrid: The Ancient Theatre of Ohrid is an impressive archaeological site dating back to the Hellenistic period, approximately 2,000 years ago. Carved into a hillside, this open-air theater once hosted various performances and still serves as a venue for cultural events and festivals today. Its remarkable acoustics and well-preserved structure make it a must-visit attraction.
  6. City Centre and City Port: Ohrid’s city center is a vibrant and lively area filled with shops, cafes, and restaurants. It is a great place to immerse yourself in the local atmosphere, try traditional Macedonian cuisine, and explore the bustling streets. The city port, located nearby, offers a picturesque waterfront promenade where visitors can take leisurely walks, enjoy lake views, and take boat trips to explore the lake further.