Flights Copenhagen - Ohrid
Flights from 31. May until 13. September, 2019.
Macedonia in Europe’s southeast is home to one of the continent’s oldest cities, Ohrid, and for many it’s still an undiscovered idyll. From afar, it looks as if the ancient town has not changed at all over the centuries. Adding a picturesque and magical quality to the town – known as the country’s crown jewel – is the lake nestled in 2,000 m mountains. The culture and way of life have been moulded by 5,000 years of civilization and nearly two millennia of Christianity.
High season in Ohrid runs from July to September. It is particularly good to visit in July and August when the city hosts the popular Ohrid Summer Festival with world-famous performing artists.
In addition to historic buildings and irresistible nature, Ohrid offers great entertainment. You can enjoy fine dining in restaurants and cafés, and also try the famous Macedonian wines.
Copenhagen Airport, Kastrup (CPH)
Copenhagen Airport, Kastrup – the main airport serving Copenhagen and the wider region and the busiest airport in Scandinavia – is located on the island of Amager, 8 km south-east of the centre of Copenhagen. The airport has three interconnected terminals.
The quickest way to reach the centre of Copenhagen from the airport is by train. The journey takes 20 minutes. There is also a rapid and comfortable metro to the city centre. A bus will take you to the centre of Copenhagen in half an hour, or you can take a taxi or hire a car.
Read more about Copenhagen Airport.
Ohrid St. Paul the Apostle Airport
The airport is located 9 km northwest from Ohrid.
There are currently no buses linking the airport with Ohrid city centre, but taxi cabs are convenient, safe and cheap in Ohrid. The normal taxi fare for the 9-km ride is 8 euros or 500 denars