Located in the heart of the Balkan Peninsula, Skopje is the largest city in North Macedonia and it’s attractions from the Christian, Roman and Ottoman time are quite attractive. Impacts from the different cultures are evident especially in the old Skopje market, one of the largest food markets in the region. Walk through the picturesque streets of the city up to the imposing castle in the west of the old town, also visit the Aquaduct (Roman water supply) in the north of the city and the numerous mosques, hamams and bridges from the Ottoman time. You can also deepen into the history and culture of this urban center of North Macedonia, in operas, museums and different theaters in the city. Art and music lovers prefer the Skopje Summer Festival, the Blues and Soul Festival as well as the Skopje Jazz Festival.