National Park - Pelister

The peak Pelister is a part of the mountain Baba, in southwest Macedonia. It is proclaimed as a National park in 1948, because of the rare national wealths in it: molika forests-reliquity from tercier flora, granite stones and their morphologic relief, especially glacial relief in the alpic part of the mountain.

Heraclea Lyncestis

As soon as you make the first step trough the narrow streets of Heraclea the history and the past will unfold under your feet. The name of Heraclea Lincestis inevitably brings each of us century’s back, in the period of the 4th century B.C., when this city was founded by Fillip II. Situated on one of the most important crossroads in that time, Heraclea became the most important station in the region.

Sirok Sokak (``Main Street``)

Sirok Sokak is a long pedestrian street. The street is considered to be the centre of Bitola. It starts at Magnolia Square and ends in the City Park. It is graced with neo-classical buildings that contain stores, cafés and restaurants, You will have excellent shopping experience, with relaxing breaks. Sirok Sokak is also home to several consulates.

Mustafa Kemal Ataturk - memorial room

The very first presentation in Bitola's Museum connected to the famous statesman, the father of modern Turkey, Mustafa Kemal Attaturk, dates from 1978.With the first exhibition of photos, documents and facsimiles presenting the life and activities of the great Turkish reformer.