Gostivar Macedonia – (Гостивар)

Gostivar is city in the northwestern part of Macedonia with 35,847 inhabitants (2002).

Kumanovo (Куманово) – the city of mixed culture, religion and tradition

Kumanovo is а city in the northern part of the Republic of Macedonia with 78,602 inhabitants according to 2002 census.

Skopje – Macedonia capital city

Skopje - capital of Macedonia and the largest city in the country.

- Skopje city is located in the “Skopje basin” on the two sides of Vardar River, on an elevation between 220 and 400 meters.

Ohrid – The Balkan Jerusalem

Ohrid is city in the south western part of the Republic of Macedonia with population 42,033.

Kocani Macedonia (Кочани) – the city of rice

Kocani is city in the eastern part of the Republic of Macedonia with 28,330 inhabitants (2002).

Bitola Macedonia (Битола) – the city of consuls

Bitola is the second largest city in Republic of Macedonia, located in the south East part.

Kratovo (Кратово) – the city of towers and bridges

Kratovo – the city of towers and bridges is located in the north east part of the Republic of Macedonia with 6.924 inhabitants (2002).

Makedonski Brod (Македонски Брод) – city in Macedonia

Makedonski Brod is a town in the western part of the Republic of Macedonia with 3.740 inhabitants (2002).

Valandovo (Валандово) – city in Macedonia

Valandovo is city located in the South East part of Republic of Macedonia, with population of 4.402 (2002).

Vevcani Municipality

Vevcani  is located on the west side of Struga valley at the foot of the Jablanica mountain, at an altitude between 800 and 900 m.

Bogdanci (Богданци) – town in Macedonia

Bogdanci is small city in the South part of Republic of Macedonia with population of 6.011 according to the 2002 census.

Struga Macedonia (Струга) – popular tourist destination on Ohrid Lake

Struga is a city in the southwestern part of the Republic of Macedonia with 16,559 inhabitants (2002).

Kriva Palanka (Крива Паланка)

Kriva Palanka is city in the northeastern part of the Republic of Macedonia with 14,558 inhabitants (2002).

Resen (Ресен) – the city of apples

Resen is city in the southwestern part of the Republic of Macedonia with 8.748 inhabitants (2002).

Demir Hisar (Демир Хисар) – city in the western part of...

Demir Hisar is city in the western part of the Republic of Macedonia with 2.593 inhabitants (2002).

Stip (Штип) – one of the oldest Macedonian cities

Stip is city in the eastern part of the Republic of Macedonia with 43,652 inhabitants (2002).

Dojran Municipality

Dojran Мunicipality is located on the southern part of the Republic of Macedonia spread on an area of 132 km2.

Krusevo (Крушево) – the highest town in Macedonia

Krusevo is a city in the western part of the Republic of Macedonia with 5.330 inhabitants (2002).

Prilep – the city of King Marko

Prilep is city in the western part of the Republic of Macedonia with 69,704 inhabitants (2002).

Strumica, Macedonia – the carnival city

Strumica is city in South East part of Macedonia with population of 35.311 (census 2002).

Gevgelija (Гевгелија) – city in Macedonia

Gevgelija is city in Gevgelija-Valandovo valley with 15,685 inhabitants (2002).

Tetovo Macedonia – (Тетово) city in north west Macedonia

Tetovo is city located in North West part of Republic of Macedonia.

Debar Macedonia (Дебар)

Debar is city in the western part of the Republic of Macedonia with 14,561 inhabitants.

Negotino (Неготино) – in Tikvesh valley

Negotino is city in the central part of the Republic of Macedonia with 13,284 inhabitants.

Veles (Велес) – city of poetry, culture, history and tradition

Veles (previously Titov Veles) is city located in Central Macedonia with population of 43.716 (2002).