Skopje, the national capital, is situated 18 miles (29 kilometers) southwest of Kumanovo.
Staying in only one place can only ever give you a narrow window into the broader cultural and natural fabric of a region. So try to allow a few days to delve into the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia's range of attractions. Saraj and Titov Veles are two other places worth checking out while you're in the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia.
Kocani is 40 miles (64 kilometers) from Kumanovo. This center includes a wide range of things to see and do, including Lake Gratce, Defense Tower and City Farmer's Market. Freedom Monument, Kochani University of Law and Fountain Square are just a few of the many other interesting attractions on offer here.
To truly understand a place, it's often helpful to step back into earlier times. The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia's fascinating historic bridges are a great place to start. If you are after things to do inside, make a beeline for the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia's art museums, history museums and craft workshops. These are ideal places to soak up some of the region's rich cultural tapestry and perhaps pick up a souvenir.
Availing yourself of local expertise can be an extremely rewarding way for travelers to experience a new place. So consider singing up for one of the informative winery tours, cycling tours and guided nature walks. Active travelers in search of an adrenaline rush shouldn't miss the chance to get their heart pumping by joining a mountain climbing or ice skating adventure.
At the end of your vacation, bid a fond Doviduvanye (farewell) to the characters you have met and the great places you've seen.