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Hotel Kapri
Hotel Kapri
9.4 Excellent
Dovledzik bb, Bitola, North Macedonia
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3.2 km from city centre, Bitola 
ExcellentBased on 30 reviews
9.4

Hotel Kapri provides 3-star accommodation in Bitola. It also features a kids club, an express check-in and check-out feature and free Wi-Fi.

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Cheapest month:September
Most expensive month:June
Average price in Bitola:€37/night
Cheapest price found:€11/night
Cheapest day:Friday
Most expensive day:Saturday
€28 - €51
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€29 - €50
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Hotel Kapri
Hotel Kapri
9.4 Excellent
Dovledzik bb, Bitola, North Macedonia
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3.2 km from city centre,  

Hotel Kapri provides 3-star accommodation in Bitola. It also features a kids club, an express check-in and check-out feature and free Wi-Fi.

€29
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3 stars
Millenium Palace
No. 1 most popular

Millenium Palace

Shirok Sokak, 46, Bitola, North Macedonia

€52

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Hotel Kapri
No. 2 most popular

Hotel Kapri

Dovledzik bb, Bitola, North Macedonia

9.4 Excellent
€29

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4 stars +
Hotel Epinal Spa And Casino
No. 1 most popular

Hotel Epinal Spa And Casino

Marsal Tito bb, Bitola, North Macedonia

€40

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About Bitola

Bordered by the thick forests of Pelister National Park, Bitola is one of Macedonia’s most enchanting cities. It sits at 660 metres above sea level and was once an important base for the Ottoman Empire. Today, its legacy lives on in the form of elegant buildings, historic ruins and a lively cafe culture.

Things to do

With its cobblestone streets and colourful townhouses, downtown Bitola is a great place for a stroll. Most of the action is centred along Sirok Sokak, the city’s bustling pedestrianised thoroughfare. A maze of side streets branch off either side and are a great place to discover bohemian cafes, pint-sized jazz bars and ambient tavernas.

While you’re in the area, don’t miss the cavernous Old Turkish Bazaar where you can stock up on fresh produce, colourful spices and tasty Macedonian treats.

With its Roman baths, spacious amphitheatre and crumbling episcopal palace, Heraclea Lyncestis is one of Macedonia's most fascinating archaeological sites. Continue the theme at the Museum of Bitola which spotlights everything from ancient history to the city’s role in WWI.

For a glimpse at the Macedonian wilderness, why not venture into Pelister National Park? It’s located within the Baba Mountain range and is dotted with some fantastic hiking trails.

Getting around

In the historic core, walking is the best way to get around. Most sites are within walking distance of Shirok Sokak, including the ancient city of Heraclea Lyncestis. Taxis and local buses run throughout the city, with both the bus and train located one kilometre south of the city centre, offering great connections to Macedonia and Greece.

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Bordered by the thick forests of Pelister National Park, Bitola is one of Macedonia’s most enchanting cities. It sits at 660 metres above sea level and was once an important base for the Ottoman Empire. Today, its legacy lives on in the form of elegant buildings, historic ruins and a lively cafe culture.

Things to do in Bitola

With its cobblestone streets and colourful townhouses, downtown Bitola is a great place for a stroll. Most of the action is centred along Sirok Sokak, the city’s bustling pedestrianised thoroughfare. A maze of side streets branch off either side and are a great place to discover bohemian cafes, pint-sized jazz bars and ambient tavernas.

While you’re in the area, don’t miss the cavernous Old Turkish Bazaar where you can stock up on fresh produce, colourful spices and tasty Macedonian treats.

With its Roman baths, spacious amphitheatre and crumbling episcopal palace, Heraclea Lyncestis is one of Macedonia's most fascinating archaeological sites. Continue the theme at the Museum of Bitola which spotlights everything from ancient history to the city’s role in WWI.

For a glimpse at the Macedonian wilderness, why not venture into Pelister National Park? It’s located within the Baba Mountain range and is dotted with some fantastic hiking trails.

Getting around Bitola

In the historic core, walking is the best way to get around. Most sites are within walking distance of Shirok Sokak, including the ancient city of Heraclea Lyncestis. Taxis and local buses run throughout the city, with both the bus and train located one kilometre south of the city centre, offering great connections to Macedonia and Greece.

  • What are the best hotels in Bitola?

    One of the most popular hotels in Bitola is Hotel Korzo, which has been reviewed by 110 users and currently has a rating of 8.3/10. Other top-rated locations include Hotel Treff and Grand Central Hotel, which have received 8.8/10 and 9.0/10 ratings from our users, respectively.