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Car Hire in Macedonia.

Marvel at Macedonia.

Macedonia might not be top of your holiday destination list but it should be. With wonderful old towns, stunning architecture, deep mountain lakes, and beautiful National Parks there really is something for everyone.

Whether you’re looking to enjoy a memorable break relaxing under the sun in the city of Ohrid during the summer, or showing off your skiing skills in Mavrovo, Krushevo and Popova Sapka throughout the winter months, you’ll have a great time discovering Macedonia.

Reasons to choose Zest Car Rental in Macedonia

Zest Car Rental provides a fresh approach to car hire in Macedonia. We’ve simplified our booking process so you know exactly what deal you’re getting and to make things even better, we don’t charge any amendment or credit card fees.  

Our focus is always our customers and we’re committed to providing the best service possible. We work with a variety of car hire providers in Macedonia so you're guaranteed to find the perfect car at a great price. Should you need to speak to us, our head office is based in the UK and open 6 days a week. We also operate a 24/7 service for emergencies.

Sometimes, accidents can occur so we provide breakdown assistance throughout Macedonia as well as offering top-up insurance to ensure you’re fully protected.  

Getting to Macedonia

The city centre of Macedonia's capital Skopje is within a 30 minute drive from Skopje Airport. A place where Eastern European stereotypes and surprising sights and sounds blend in astounding fashion, the city is just a stone's throw away from gorgeous Lake Matka and, should you want to do some rock climbing,  the Treska Canyon. For manmade sites, the Skopje Aquaduct, Kale Fortress, and St Pantelejmon Monastery are definitely worthy of a visit.

Other cities

Head to Ohrid, the “Pearl of the Balkans”. Its wonderful architecture and beautiful location has seen it placed on UNESCO’s World Inheritance list. Restaurants, cafés, and bars line the pretty streets of the Old Town while the striking Samuil’s Fortress keeps watch over the city from a hill above. Other sites of note include the ancient theatre that dates from 200BC, the Church of St John Kaneo, and the Bay of Bones.

An Introduction to Macedonia.

Bordered by Serbia, Bulgaria, Greece and Albania, The Republic of Macedonia is somewhat overshadowed by its neighbours, and people generally don’t know very much about… Read more

Locations in Macedonia