Time To Hit These Best Beaches In Montenegro Montenegro might not be the first country which springs to mind when you think about a beach holiday and lazing on the sand in the warm summer sun. Am I right? But, what might surprise you in that case, is the sheer beauty of the beaches in […]
I can tell you that I have never seen so many new hotels and re-developments in one area ever in my travels across the world – and by far and away the most luxurious and enormous is The Chedi Luštica Bay.
If you’re thinking about visiting Montenegro with kids in tow – you’ll need this guide on places to visit in Montenegro with kids.
Durmitor National Park hiking: Montenegro, Croatia’s much less-known southern neighbor, is filled with spectacular scenery like Durmitor National Park.
With a name that literally means “Black Mountain”, it’s not hard to see why Montenegro is an excellent destination for outdoor enthusiasts, nature lovers and photographers alike. Check out these five national parks in Montenegro.
The Bay of Kotor Montenegro, also known as Boka Kotorska begins seemingly like any other Mediterranean bay. But it’s not, it’s something unique and special.
The Ostrog Monastery in Montenegro is one of the most important Serbian Orthodox monasteries. It is a respected religious site of pilgrimage in Montenegro and the Balkans that is dedicated to Saint Basil of Ostrog (Sveti Vasilije Ostroški) who was buried here.
Montenegro Travel Blog: Ever wondered what to do in Montenegro? Well, here is a massive list of the best things to do in Montenegro.
Want to take a day trip to Montenegro? Try this Dubrovnik – Kotor – Cetinje – Dubrovnik day trip itinerary.
Here are 8 coastal villages & towns in Montenegro you simply can’t miss on your next Balkan travel adventure.
Budva, set in the middle of the coast of the Adriatic Sea in Montenegro, it’s the center of tourism. Here is a list of things to do in Budva.
Not necessarily the most well-known place in Europe, Montenegro’s Lake Skadar is a rather spectacular destination. Surrounded by karst mountains and rocky shores, this is the largest lake in the Balkans.
Many gorgeous places line the glorious coast of the Adriatic Sea. Few, however, can compare to Sveti Stefan in Montenegro.