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Stories and Tips Montenegro

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Cat, Cops and Chaos

Written by Praskipark on 10 Jun, 2009

As you walk in a semi circle around the bay of Kotor and its sparkling waters you will hear lots of car honking and general chaos. A lot of police patrol the harbour front and they are quite interesting to scrutinise. They wear those wide…Read More


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Finding a Room in Krazy Kotor

Written by Praskipark on 03 Jun, 2009

I knew nothing about the bay of Kotor until I received a postcard from my son saying that he had visited this medieval town in Montenegro and he thought it was really strange because the bay was actually a fjord. I was fascinated with the…Read More


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Budva Town Walls

Written by captain oddsocks on 30 May, 2007

Walking around the top of the city walls is a must for any visitor to Budva.When we found the entrance up near the citadel, the sign on the locked iron gate made it apparent that entry was no longer free as suggested by our guidebook.…Read More


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Kotor: Little Dubrovnik

Written by HobWahid on 27 Apr, 2006

The Montenegrin city of Kotor has, without a doubt, already established itself as Dubrovnik-light. It has all the qualities of i's cousin to the north, but just on a smaller scale, and with about half the tourists, although I'd expect that to change fast. As…Read More


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Just Follow The Brown Signs: Driving Crna Gora

Written by HobWahid on 27 Apr, 2006

The drive from Rozaje to the Mediterranean coast is perhaps one of the most beautiful drives in all of Europe, certainly in the Balkans. It is also one of the more frustrating. On the map it looks no longer than 100 miles, but in reality…Read More


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Hopitality at 2,500 Meters

Written by HobWahid on 27 Apr, 2006

As far as the "typical" tourist track in Montenegro goes, I was doing it completely backwards. The standard route is to come down from Dubrovnik in Croatia, hit up the coast for a day or two, and then head back into the confines of Montenegro's…Read More


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An Overnight to Dubrovnik

Written by HobWahid on 27 Apr, 2006

I long considered whether I should even bother writing an entry on Dubrovnik or not. It is one of those places that has been so covered on IGO and other sites that I wondered what I could even add to the discussion. I mean I…Read More


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Budva: Montenegro's Holiday Destination

Written by HobWahid on 27 Apr, 2006

Budva: the magical town of beautiful bikini-clad ladies that the border guard had warned me about, the Cancun of the Adriatic. Although, I think I'll take Budva over Cancun everyday.I didn't have the heart to tell the border guard, simply because he seemed so excited,…Read More


Montenegro's Least Interesting Place!

Written by dangaroo on 13 Jan, 2009

Budva is one of the oldest towns in the Adriatic, originally a Phoenician settlement, the Greeks and Romans have also played their part as have the Venetians and Serbs. In 1944, like much of Montenegro and Croatia - Budva gained independence (as Yugoslavia) from fascist…Read More


In the Bay of a Thousand Colours

Written by dangaroo on 13 Jan, 2009

Kotor, located on the Montenegran riviera is a place I have very fond memories of. In the corner of "the only fjord in Southern Europe" (it's actually a submerged river canyon though), Kotor certainly doesn't lack class. With a background of limestone cliffs, it's no…Read More


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