If you are looking for the region of the
Greece, see Central Macedonia.
Povardarie is the central region of the Republic of Macedonia, along the Vardar River. It includes the country's capital and largest city, Skopje.
Regions [ edit ]
Demir Kapija — home to former royal wineries, ancient ruins, and hub for surrounding mountains which offer a wide range of outdoor sports, and last but not the least mighty "Iron Gate" Canyon
Dračevo — suburb of Skopje
Kavadarci — town at the heart of Macedonian wine country
Negotino — some of the best wine and rakija in the country, the town is easily accessible by Skopje-Greece highway and railway
Skopje — the national capital; a truly multicultural city with just about any ethnicity in Balkans present, as well as almost innumerable sights from Roman, Byzantine, Ottoman, and modern times
Veles — town on the valley of Vardar River with a rich cultural heritage and centuries-old churches
Other destinations [ edit ]
Stobi — the most famous archaeological site in the country, Stobi has some well-preserved ruins from both pre-Roman (Paeonian and Ancient Macedonian) and Roman periods
Understand [ edit ]
Povardarie, forming the central stretch of
Republic of Macedonia between Serbian and Greek borders, is a land of mountains, canyons, and valleys, dominated by the River Vardar, the longest river of the country.
Get around [ edit ]
Itineraries [ edit ]
Southern Povardarie, the region around the towns of
Kavadarci and Negotino, is home to Macedonian wine country, Tikveš Plain, sharing its name with the largest winery in Southeastern Europe.
Stay safe [ edit ]
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