Visit Ohrid, the largest tourist centre in North Macedonia, known as Jerusalem of the Balkans. In 1979, Ohrid and Lake Ohrid were accepted as Cultural and Natural World Heritage Sites by UNESCO. During the summer, Ohrid has a very rich nightlife. Ohrid is a city in the southwestern part of Macedonia, on the northeast coast of Ohrid Lake. This city is located in the southwestern part of North Macedonia, on the north-eastern coast of the Ohrid Lake. In terms of traffic it is linked to roads leading to Skopje, Bitola, Debar and Republic of Albania. The old road Via Egnatia, linking the Adriatic and the White Sea, also passed in its vicinity, which was an important circumstance for the development of Ohrid in the past. Near the city is the Ohrid Airport , through which air traffic takes place with certain destinations outside the Republic of Macedonia. You can attend on Ohrid festival enjoying the music of the world stars, or go to the night clubs, bars, discotheques and cafe bars. Visit Ohrid, North Macedonia and book Ohrid hotels online.