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This famous walking strip in Bitola is the place to be seen or see others. A wonderful gathering point for locals and visitors full of cafes and restaurants.. A place to sit and people watch in Summer..
Authentic Balkan street. Always full of people, interesting architecture, good cafes and restaurants... At the end of the Sirok sokak there is Old Bazar - Balkan as it ones was. I don't remember its name, but somewhere around the middle of the Sirok sokak there...More
One can not visit Bitola without enjoying an afternoon or evening on the promenade. It is lined with shops, restaurants , bars and cafes. The weather was beautiful so everyone was out sitting around the cafe tables. They are to people watch ,to be seen...More
We had a short stop in Bitola and enjoyed our walk up and down the pedestrian Main Street. Architecture was interesting and I particularly liked the small balconies cascading with geraniums and petunias. It was extremely busy and the large number of eating places were...More
The heart of Bitola. Full of coffee shops, bars and restuarents. We were there during the world cup so lots of useful places to view games. Great for watching the world go by if you don't care for football.
This is where it’s all at, a lively long pedestrian street filled with cafes, restaurants, grocery and boutiques.
Sit, enjoy a coffee and watch the world go by. Lots of restaurants and cafes to choose from. This place is hard to miss
We liked Shirok Sokak a lot - a wide open pedestrian street with pretty architecture and a vast array of restaurants and stores. The Clock Tower is at one end and the Bitola Museum (which I strongly recommend) is at the other. . . ....More