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The Glittering Lake Ohrid is the go-to place for tourists visiting North Macedonia but there are untapped tourist attractions  across the country. North Macedonia has an abundance of natural and cultural attractions. There are 3 national parks and 33 national reserves in North Macedonia, all of which have various attractions and activities for tourists to take part in during their time in the country. There are also festivals at different periods throughout the year that tourists can attend and unwind.
 
The number of tourist visits to North Macedonia for the last decade has been increasing year after year. This is a testament to the numerous places of interest in the country and the country being discovered as a top site for tourism. In 2017, over 990,000 foreigners from various countries – the most being Turkish – visited North Macedonia.
 
Travelers going in and out of North Macedonia are not allowed to have more than €10,000 or its equivalent.

Basic Travel Requirements for Equatorial Guineans visiting Macedonia

  • An original Equatorial Guinea passport with at least 1 blank visa page.and valid for a minimum of 3 months from your departure date
  • A visa application form accurately filed and signed by the applicant.
  • 1 colour passport-size photograph taken with a white background.
  • Valid travel insurance.
  • Invitation letter from your host in Macedonia.
  • Proof of sufficient funds for the entire duration of stay.
  • Confirmed flight itinerary.
  • A copy of your return flight ticket to your country of origin or an onward ticket to another country.
  • Proof of payment of visa fee.

Types of Macedonia Visa

Types of Visa Processing Time Duration of Stay
Tourist Visa 5-7 business days 90 days
Business Visa 5-7 business days 90 days
Work Visa 5-7 business days 30 days

Visas of Macedonia Fees

Visa Type Sub Type Visa Fees
Tourist Visa Not available
Business Visa Not available
Work Visa Not available

FAQs about Visas of Macedonia

Do I need to be vaccinated before I can enter Macedonia ?

Travellers to Macedonia are not obligated to get vaccinated before travelling to the country but it is advised to get vaccinations for hepatitis A in case you consume contaminated water or food.

Are there fun places to visit in Macedonia ?

Yes, there are several places worth visiting in Macedonia to make your travel worthwhile. One of such places in the country's capital, Skopje, with its several beautiful architectural collections and historic sites.

Is it compulsory to get registered as a foreigner in Macedonia ?

Yes, all foreign nationals are obliged to register themselves in the nearest police station within 24 hours of their entry into Macedonia.

What currency is spent in Macedonia ?

The official currency of Macedonia is the Macedonian Denar (MKD) although you can exchange currencies in banks and exchange booths.

3 Visas of Macedonia found

Tourist Visa from Equatorial Guinea to Macedonia
Tourist Visa from Equatorial Guinea to Macedonia
Tourist Visa from Equatorial Guinea to Macedonia

Visas of Macedonia, Visa, Tourist visa

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The Macedonian tourist visa is issued to foreign nationals who intend to travel to the country for tourism, sightseeing, vacation or other recreational purposes. Your passport must have at least 1 blank visa page and be valid for a minimum of 3 from the date of your planned exit from Macedonia. You are required to make a clear copy of your passport’s data page (i.e. the first page of your passport). You must accurately complete and sign a visa application form. You should note that an incomplete form may delay the processing of your visa application. You are required to submit a passport-size photo (3.5 x 4.5 cm) that meets the passport photo specifications. A letter of invitation from your host in Macedonia must be submitted.  Without an invite, you should submit a notarized letter of guarantee certified by the appropriate authority in Macedonia. As proof that you can cater to your financial needs for the entire duration of your stay in Macedonia, you are required to provide your bank account statements of the last 3 months or a credit card. A confirmation letter from your travel medical insurance for Macedonia showing coverage for the entire duration of your stay in the country must be presented. To show that you intend to leave Macedonia as soon as your visa expires, you are required to provide a copy of your return flight ticket to Equatorial Guinea or a confirmed travel itinerary. The tourist visa allows its holder to stay in Macedonia for up to 90 days,  Proof of paid fees for processing the visa application is required.

Business Visa from Equatorial Guinea to Macedonia
Business Visa from Equatorial Guinea to Macedonia
Business Visa from Equatorial Guinea to Macedonia

Visas of Macedonia, Visa, Business visa

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Foreign nationals who intend to travel to Macedonia for business purposes such as business meetings, conferences or trade fairs are eligible to apply for the Macedonian business visa. A valid passport with at least 3 months validity beyond the date you intend to leave Macedonia is required for your visa application. You are required to present a notarized letter of invitation from the inviting Macedonian company. A copy of your hotel reservation for the entire duration of your stay in Macedonia must be submitted. If there exist previous trade relations between your company and the inviting company, such as bills of lading, payment receipts for goods delivered or such documents, you should provide these documents. A business letter from your employer, written on the company’s letterhead and signed by an authorised officer in your company should also be presented. The letter should state your full name, your position in the company, the purpose of your travel and how long your trip should take. The letter should also state the awareness of your leave and when you are expected to resume back to work as well as a guarantee that the company will cover all your travel expenses. A confirmation letter from your travel insurance for Macedonia showing coverage for the entire duration of your stay in the country is required.

Work Visa from Equatorial Guinea to Macedonia
Work Visa from Equatorial Guinea to Macedonia
Work Visa from Equatorial Guinea to Macedonia

Work visa, Visas of Macedonia, Visa

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The Macedonian work visa is a long-stay visa (Visa D) that is issued to foreign nationals who want to travel to Macedonia for employment or self-employment. The long-stay visa is valid for 6 months but allows a maximum stay of 30 days. This means that you can use this visa to enter Macedonia once within 6 months from the day it was issued but cannot stay in the country for more than 30 days. You are required to report to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs within 5 days of your entry into Macedonia where you will be issued a temporary residence permit within 25 days from the day you report (that is, before your visa expires). To apply for the long-stay visa, you must accurately complete and sign the visa application form and submit it with a colour passport photo taken with a white background.  To apply for a temporary residence permit, your application should be submitted to the Macedonian mission in the nearest country. The following documents are required with your application for a temporary residence permit: proof of sufficient funds to cater to your financial needs while in Macedonia. Evidence of accommodation or means to secure accommodation in Macedonia. A travel medical insurance covering the entire duration of your stay in Macedonia is required. Evidence that you satisfy the condition to be eligible for a temporary residence permit, such as a work permit, letter of admission (for students), proof of language skills, contract for scientific research or any such supporting document. You should note that the application for the temporary residence permit should be made before travelling to Macedonia although the permit will be issued when you get to the country.