Sightseeing tour by car

Hire a private chauffeur from Belgrade to Skopje

Book your taxi transfer from Belgrade or Belgrade airport to Skopje, North Macedonia. You can easily check the price and make an online reservation without credit card details. Calculated costs are flat rates for the whole taxi with all driving surcharges included.

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Trip Details
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Select Vehicle
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Enter Payment Details
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Confirmation

Enter the details of your desired transfer in the booking form. You will instantly see the prices and available cars for your private transfer.

Select a vehicle, enter your contact information and book online. You will be redirected to chose a payment method. You can select between payment by PayPal or payment in the car (we accept cash and cards).

You will automatically receive a confirmation email, but keep in mind that only after your agent contacts you the ride is 100% confirmed. In case of any mistake, we will refund your funds the same day.


100% PRIVATE HIRE

  • Free waiting at arrivals with a name-sign
  • Free cancellation 24h before the ride
  • Free WIFI
  • No hidden fees
  • The minimum for online booking is 12 hours before the ride
  • Our agents respond quickly from 09:00h-22:00h
  • Complaints WhatsApp Messages

+381 65 6000 717

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Visit Skopje

Starting in 1282, the city became part of the Serbian Empire and served as the capital from 1346 to 1371. In 1392, Skopje was conquered by the Ottoman Turks and they named it Üsküb, which is also used for the time in English. The city remained under the control of the Ottoman Empire for over 500 years and was once the capital of Pashasanjak in Üsküp and later of Vilayet in Kosovo. In 1912, it was annexed by the Kingdom of Serbia during the Balkan War. [6] During World War I, the Kingdom of Bulgaria occupied the city. After the war, it became part of the newly formed Kingdom of Yugoslavia and became the capital of Vardarska Banovina. In WWII, the city was again occupied by Bulgaria, and in 1944 it became the capital of Macedonia SR, the Confederate State of Yugoslavia. The city developed rapidly, but this trend was interrupted when it was hit by a catastrophic earthquake in 1963.

If you don’t want to travel by bus, an airport transfer from Belgrade airport “Nikola Tesla” in Serbia is a good option. Belgrade and Skopje are 4 hours of driving away from each other. Belgrade Chauffeur is at your disposal for a comfortable transfer from Belgrade to Skopje, Airport “Aleksander Makenonski”, or anywhere else in North Macedonia at a flat rate without ride-sharing with others.