Skopje, the capital of the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, is situated about 70 miles (113 kilometers) northeast of Struga.
Exploring the villages, towns and cities in the area of Struga will give you a true feel of the diverse people and landscapes of the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia. You'll find Lazaropole, 25 miles (40 kilometers) to the south, and Kicevo 30 miles (48 kilometers) to the southwest.
Around 8 miles (13 kilometers) to the southeast of Struga is Ohrid, an important regional center where you'll find Cyril and Methodius Statue, Church of Saint Sophia and Church of Saint Kliment. Samuil's Fortress, Saint Panteleimon and Ohrid Ampitheater are also good places to visit.
Immerse yourself in Struga's religious side by visiting the area's mosques and other holy sites. Take a trip to the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia's historic historic bridges, it's a great way to get to know the region's colorful history.
Hop into your snow gear and enjoy cross-country skiing or snowboarding. These activities are great options for locals and tourists alike. Take your own gear or rent some when you get here, and discover the local water activities. Sailing is an option. Another is swimming.
As the sun sets on your adventures, spend what's left of your denari on that last souvenir and bid a fond Doviduvanye (farewell) to the interesting characters you've met and the spots you've been.