When it comes to making the best of the current railway transport system, Macedonia is in a class of its own

Macedonia has become a major hub for rail transport in the Balkans, with more than half of the country’s rail routes being laid.

But that’s not the only way to travel around the country, with cycling and walking being some of the best ways to get around.

In this special report, we’ll be taking a look at the best options for travelling between the Balkans and the rest of Europe.

Macedonia has long been a major destination for rail travellers, and its transport infrastructure is among the most comprehensive in Europe.

But in recent years, it has been overtaken by Albania and Greece, with Albania now the biggest player in terms of passenger-kilometre-per-day growth, while Greece has also made significant progress in the past decade.

Macedonia’s railway infrastructure is also among the world’s most efficient, with passenger rail trains reaching capacity in the hundreds of thousands per year, and the number of trains has increased steadily.

The country also has a thriving cycling and pedestrian infrastructure, with many of its roads and paths protected from cars.

For example, in the northern town of Idomeni, the city centre is lined with cafes, cafes with bicycles, bike lanes and paths.

In the centre of town, the town’s main avenue, which leads to the city’s main station, is a pedestrian-only path.

There are also several bicycle lanes in the town centre, along with the city park.

But despite these measures, cycling in Macedonia is still not widespread, with only about 4% of the population using bikes to travel from one end of the city to the other.

Cycling in Macedonia isn’t easy, but it’s not impossible.

Here are some tips to get you started.


Make a point of stopping at the local market to buy local produce, vegetables and fruits to make your own local food.

The Macedonian markets are often packed with local produce and food.

Most of the time, you’ll find locals buying fresh produce and local produce.

There’s also a small market with a wide selection of fresh meat and fish.


Try to take part in local street parties and festivals, like a local bazaar, a festival, or a village celebration.

There will usually be a range of local food stalls on the street, selling local produce or local produce-related products.


The best places to eat in Macedonia are the traditional and traditional food markets.

In many places, you can find fresh fish, meats and cheeses, and traditional breads, pasta and pasta-related snacks.

If you’re hungry after a long day in the city, you may want to visit the markets and try some of these traditional and regional foods.


Try the traditional markets of Macedonia and other countries, as well as the more touristy places, such as restaurants, cafes and bars.

You can also find traditional restaurants serving local dishes, such in the popular markets in the cities.


Get out of your car and take a walk on the streets of Ithaca, an old town in central Macedonia.

It’s an interesting area, with the main thoroughfare winding through forests and past meadows.

You’ll also find cobblestone cobblestones and many of the buildings are built around stone, making it easy to find places to stand.


Take a walk in the streets on the city outskirts.

There you can spot cobblestoned shops selling local food and local food-related goods, or restaurants selling locally sourced products.

You may also find old town cafes selling local and regional food.


Check out the many traditional markets and markets for traditional goods in the ancient Macedonian town of Karpatia.

Karpathia is a traditional town in the heart of the Karpathep mountains.

Kepa is the name of the ancient city in the region, and it is surrounded by a steep mountain range.


Go to the famous Istovoi, a town in north-eastern Macedonia, and take in the sights and sounds of the nearby town of Dyrrhachia.

The area is rich in natural beauty and history.

It is a popular tourist destination, and a popular place to buy souvenirs and souvenirs-related items.


Take part in the Balkan Tourist Festival, which is held every summer.

This year, you’re in for a treat.

This is a free outdoor festival in the old city of Vucava, and includes a traditional festival in Istovac.

It also includes a parade and musical performance in the Vucavu river.


Get the chance to travel on the ancient Silk Road, which connects the Balkans with Asia, Europe and Africa.

There, you will be able to get a tour of many ancient cities in Asia, and in the Middle East, as you walk along the Silk Road.


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