The director of the Agency for Support and Promotion of Tourism (APPT) Ljupcho Janevski says that he constantly receives complaints from citizens about inadequate treatment of a large number of our attractions and localities. One of them is the Kokino observatory, where, as he stresses, the entrance fee is charged literally under a pear tree, on a hand-written bill, without issuing a fiscal receipt.
Janevski believes that the institutions that Kokino is under should take measures.
“The entrance fee at Kokino is charged literally under a pear tree, on a paragon bill. There are no fiscal receipts. You get nothing with the entrance, you walk along a muddy and dusty road, without a tour guide. You don’t even get any additional information,” Janevski points out.
According to the APPT head, this is no way to treat Macedonia’s tourist attractions.