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Stories and Tips Montenegro

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Exploring The Old Town

Written by Mutt on 17 Nov, 2004

One of Kotor’s most interesting features is the street plan of the old town; this exercise in chaos theory is a higgledy-piggledy mess of alleys and squares that have defied all official naming schemes and are only referred to by the folk names that have…Read More


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the town of Kotor

Written by rhiannon1968 on 15 Feb, 2002

The ancient city of Kotor was our first stop into Montenegro: it’s the oldest town and also the most historical and best-preserved of all: not casually it’s a UNESCO heritage site. Kotor is a bit of an architectural melting pot. I’m probably not too wrong…Read More


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the town of Budva

Written by rhiannon1968 on 15 Feb, 2002

Budva, the miniature Dubrovnik… it’s poor sister, but only apparently. It felt like being off-the-beaten-path in a place definitely full of tourists: it was a weird feeling. But let’s start from the beginning: Budva, founded by the Phoenicians, the main city on the Montenegrin Coast,…Read More


National parks and monastries...

Written by PrincessMarina on 13 Oct, 2002

In such a small country,there are three national parks - Durmitor, Lovcen, and Durmitorska Gora. The most popular sports are wishing and hunting, so if you want relaxed vacation this will be a perfect destination for you. There are many medieval monasteries and churches, and the…Read More


Formalities and informalities

Written by rhiannon1968 on 15 Feb, 2002

Visas, oh do we need one? Montenegro is supposedly one of the two remaining Republics of Yugoslavia. Well, this is the official Yugoslavian version - the Montenegrin one is slightly different and contradictory. So Yugoslavia requires a visa to enter the country? Well, just to…Read More


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Many things to see ...

Written by DexS on 29 Dec, 2004

Historical places, old cities, beautiful nature, unique bay, rocky mountains, blue sea, many beaches, clean air, relaxing or adventurous, sailing, biking, etc. Many luxury restaurants and apartments. Good choice for family travel. …Read More


Shopping - Montenegrin style

Written by rhiannon1968 on 15 Feb, 2002

Shopping in Montenegro was like going back to my childhood days when my parents used to buy groceries in Italy and, because of the lack of 5 lire coins, cashiers used to give us back candies and sweets in return. When I was a kid,…Read More


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