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The small country of Montenegro offers a gorgeous Adriatic coastline, striking Balkan Mountains and plenty of sites with cultural, historic and natural appeal. Explore the beaches and old towns of this Southeastern European nation for a relaxing and informative vacation.
Visit historic towns bordering the Bay of Kotor, a jagged inlet surrounded by tall mountains. In Kotor, a medieval city and UNESCO site, see the 12th-century St. Tryphon Cathedral. Climb the ancient steps along the Kotor Walls crisscrossing the hillside behind the Kotor Old Town to reach the Castle of San Giovanni at the top of a hill. From the fortress, gaze down on the terracotta rooftops and sparkling blue-green waters of the bay.
Travel north along the bay to Perast. View the Church of Our Lady of the Rocks and the abbey of St. George on two picturesque islands. See ancient mosaics in the town of Risan, which was founded in the 3rd century B.C. In contrast, admire the luxurious yachts in the modern marina of Porto Montenegro in Tivat.
The small country has 117 beaches stretching for 45 miles (73 kilometers). Visit some of the best around Budva. On the way to Mogren Beach, note the symbol of the city, the beautiful statue of a dancer in an elegant pose. Stay on the picturesque island of Sveti Stefan.
Despite its small size, Montenegro has five national parks. Head inland to Cetinje for National Park Lovcen to find the country’s typical plants and wildlife and the Njegos Mausoleum. Lake Skadar National Park has more beaches and beautiful views. Swim in the lake or climb into the hills for hiking and spelunking. See a mix of old and new in the capital city of Podgorica. Montenegro’s Niagara Falls is just one of the area’s many outdoor attractions.
Go north to Zabljak for Durmitor National Park. Raft down the Tara River through the deep Tara River Canyon, gaze up at the beautiful Tara Bridge and view the pine-covered mountains of Montenegro.
A: Many travelers choose to use public transportation or ride-sharing when they're visiting Podgorica and Niksic. It's a fantastic way of avoiding pesky parking fees and having to navigate through bumper-to-bumper traffic. But if you plan to head off and discover the region of Montenegro or elsewhere, consider booking a car. Get your scenic road trip off to a good start by browsing our handy guide to Cheap Car Hire in Montenegro.
A: There are several airports in Montenegro. International flights generally touchdown at:
A: Many visitors enjoy spending their getaways in apartments. Some appreciate the amenities that come with hotels or guest houses, while others prefer apart-hotels. Whatever you're looking for, this place has a hotel that's right for you.
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A: Our top tip if you're staying in Podgorica? Make your first stop Delta City. This popular attraction can't be missed.
Everything was wonderful - beach access is right across the street, spa is very pleasant (many different spa options). Room was spacious and I was given an upgrade to the sea view room which was beautiful.
It was like paradise, well maintained gardens and swimming pools with lots of sun lounges. Very good food with many choices. Had to return to the hotel to use the toilet facilities, the indoor pool was filled with children!!
Hotel on edge of bay,breathaking scenery. Staff at hotel very helpful, always greeted us with a smile. Rooms excellent. Wonderful hotel and staff, highly recommended.Shop about 100m away. Boat from hotel pier €10 each for a day ticket. Taxi to Herceg Novi about €7 took about 15 minutes.
Situated near the airport, this spa hotel is 0.1 mi (0.1 km) from Kotor Bay and 2.2 mi (3.5 km) from Church of the Nativity of the Virgin Mary. Kotor Old Town Walls and St. Triphon Cathedral are also within 6 miles (10 km).
Really lovely family-run boutique hotel with nice pool area (including pool bar) and private beach. It’s quite hard to get to along a dark windy road, but is walking distance to the old town and the plaza beyond. Room was very clean and comfortable, although our safe didn’t work and the kettle was ...