This entirely walking city tour starts at the clients' hotel if it is located in the city centre or if not, it starts at the main square "Macedonia" in front of the statue of Alexander the Great. First the tour is done on the right bank of the River Vardar, which is the modern part of Skopje where the Woman Fighter Park is visited and the Parliament (from outside), then Mother Teresa Memorial house which is a modest free of charge museum, then the Museum of Skopje (also free of charge) situated in the partially destroyed Old Railway Station. Afterwards, a walk across the square and over the Stone Bridge takes us to another smaller square with the Statue of Philip II, and soon we enter the Old Bazaar where at least one caravan saray is visited (Kapan Han), then one of the two Turkish Baths converted to a National Gallery of Macedonia, and afterwards we continue strolling through the Old Bazaar to go up to Mustafa Pasha Mosque (dated 1492) and the Fortress Kale (originally built in the 6th century AD). In the meantime or on our way back we may visit the Church of the Ascension of Christ (Sveti Spas) with its remarkable wood-carved iconostasis dating back to the 19th century. A short coffee break in the Old Bazaar is optional. Start time of the tour depends on the clients' wish. Museums usually open at 8 or 9 a.m. and close at 4 or 5 p.m. At the weekend they close a few hours earlier, so if you are interested in visiting museums, the tour should start at least a few hours before closing times. Monday is a non-working day for museums. Admission tickets for museums and food and beverages are not included in the price.