Ohrid Airport

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Transportation from Ohrid Airport

Krystof Hajek updated 20. 1. 2024

Ohrid Airport is currently not served by any form of public transport and the only way to get here is by taxi or car rental.

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Well-known mobile apps like Bolt or Uber don't operate in Ohrid, so you'll have to settle for regular taxis.

There are always plenty of them waiting at the airport for every arrival.

Taxameters are not used here, and rides are based on the official prices available on the airport's website, for example: ohd.airports.com.mk/taxi.

  • 730 mkd / 12 eur - Ohrid Centre
  • 790 mkd / 13 eur - Struga centre
  • 1 950 mkd / 32 eur - St. Naum Monastery

When travelling from the airport, taxi drivers usually offer official prices directly, but when travelling from the centre to the airport, they usually start at prices around 20 eur.

You can pay in cash only in Macedonian denars and also in euros without any problems.

Car rental

There are several international car rental companies at the airport, such as Hertz, Sixt and Europcar. Goldcar, a car rental company known for its unfair treatment of clients, also has a branch here.

Prices for weekly rentals start at 150 eur.

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Public transport

Until 2019, red double-decker buses operated local public transport to the airport. However, they are currently not in service and the airport is not served by any form of public transport.

Minibuses running from Ohrid to villages north of the airport stop on the main road 50 metres from the terminal, but the timetable is nowhere publicly available and services run irregularly 1-2 times a day.

Krystof Hajek

Krystof is the editor-in-chief of Cestee. He is also an avid traveller with 574 flights and 73 countries visited.

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