Tourists from neighbouring countries come to Macedonia’s Ohrid to celebrate New Year

Published on December 31, 2013 10:03 am

Tourists from neighbouring countries have come to Macedonia’s Ohrid to celebrate New Year, Radio Free Europe informed.

The most numerous tourists came from Bulgaria and a significant number of tourists also came from Serbia and Montenegro.

It was also reported hotel owners expect about 5,000 tourists to come to Ohrid and all the hotels are already fully booked.

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