Skopje, the national capital, is situated about 45 miles (72 kilometers) to the north of Krusevo.
No spots are quite the same; each possesses its own distinct charms. So, take to the wide open road and call into a few of the other areas around Krusevo. Bitola, 25 miles (40 kilometers) to the north, and Ohrid, 30 miles (48 kilometers) to the northeast of Krusevo are also well worth checking out.
Around 30 miles (48 kilometers) to the southwest of Krusevo is Ohrid, an important regional city which is home to Ohrid Ampitheater, Galicica National Park and Saint Panteleimon. Make sure you don't head back to Krusevo until you've visited Ohrid's Cyril and Methodius Statue, Church of Saint Kliment and Church of Saint Sophia.
Those with a love of history will enjoy the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia's fine old traditional villages, fortresses and old towns. Experience the region's rich cultural makeup within the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia's great craft workshops, art galleries and art museums.
Take your own equipment or rent it on the spot, and discover the region's water activities. Sailing is an option. Another good option is boating. Have a go at some of this region's most popular cold weather activities. Do as the locals do and have a go at snowboarding here. Skiing is also popular.
At the finish of your time in the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia area, pack up your backpack and bid the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia a fond Doviduvanye (farewell).