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To them, Macedonia is an ancient region within Greece and for Macedonia to call itself as such is claiming a stake on their territory.

The two countries are also at odds over national heroes, especially Alexander the Great.

The water there is also clean so feel free to drink straight from the tap. It has amazing wine Seeing Macedonian wine outside of Macedonia is rare, but that isn’t because they don’t produce any that is worthy of being exported. Tikveš is a really good brand and happens to produce one of my new favorite rosés in the world. You technically can’t buy alcohol in shops after 7pm or 9pm depending on the season Alcohol is off limits to buy after 7pm in winter and 9pm in summer.

You can find it in most stores and it probably won’t cost you more than 99 denars (€1.50) for a liter. It’s a lame law but not unheard of, especially where I semi-come from (hello, Sweden).

I ended up spending the most time in Macedonia on my latest Balkan trip and seriously had so much fun.

Places are always that much better when you are hanging with homies so really glad I was able to meet the cool people who I did while I was there (big shoutout to my friends from Shanti Hostel! Even while I was on my own, I really enjoyed myself and felt comfortable everywhere I went.

Let’s hope the situation will improve – whether it be the government putting in more effort to clean it up or litterers getting punished like they should. The people there are awesome Most Balkan countries I’ve found are warm in general, but there’s something about Macedonians that I really like.

Macedonia struck me as being the most prepared for international tourists in comparison to the other two countries I visited (Kosovo and Albania) though it’s only a matter of time before all three are totally ready and getting bombarded by backpackers and jet setters alike. Now I rocked up not really knowing a single thing about any of these lands, and while that’s totally fine to do, I compiled a list of 15 things I think you should know about each before you go in case you were curious – starting with Macedonia. The name of the country and some of its national heroes are contested The fact of the matter is I’ve probably already offended someone with the title of this post.

You see, there are some people out there (a large portion of them Greek, though there are others) who are adamant that the country be referred to as the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM), not Macedonia.

They have a good sense of humor and were just so damn welcoming everywhere I went.

Even when we couldn’t understand each other, the Macedonians and I got along which means a lot as a traveler.

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