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Bordering the Adriatic Sea, Montenegro is a Balkan country with medieval villages, rugged mountains, dramatic scenery, and a narrow strip of beaches. Ever since the Roman Empire split 1600 years ago, the country has sat on the borderline between west and east. Montenegro is one of Europe's youngest nations and a fascinating place for those interested in European history. The richness of the country’s cultural history is reflected in the flamboyantly painted Orthodox monasteries, mosaic floors of Roman villas, elegant minarets of mosques, ornate Catholic churches, and the sturdy fortresses built by different rulers. Visitors here will be able to spot the Eastern Bloc, modern Turkish, and European influence all over the country. Major landmarks in Montenegro are 17th century Ostrog Monastery, Njegos Mausoleum, Island churches of Sveti Dorde and Our Lady of the Rocks, Sveti Stefan, and Moraca Monastery. The country’s name is derived from Venetian and translates to ‘Black Mountain.’ Montenegro’s natural beauty has always been a major attraction. The Durmitor National Park (UNESCO World Heritage Site) here encompasses glacial lakes, limestone peaks, and Europe’s deepest canyon- 1,300- meter-deep, Tara River Canyon. While here, adventure lovers can partake in the country’s most famous outdoor adventure, whitewater rafting down the Tara River. The river whizzes past secret monasteries, swooping falcons, and pristine forests. With 120 days of snow cover, Montenegro is also an emerging ski destination.
Popular Destinations in Montenegro
Located on the Adriatic Sea, Budva is Montenegro’s top tourist destination.
Known for its 17 sandy beaches and lively nightlife, the city is a part of
the Budva Riviera. Nicknamed ‘Miami of the Balkans,’ Budva is flooded with
visitors rushing to its modern equipped-beaches, during the busy summer
season. The city’s most popular beaches are Fine Sand, Jaz, Mogren, Becici,
Trsteno, and Sveti Stefan. Adventure seekers here can also go hiking in the
mountains of Durmitor National Park. Budva’s 2,500-year-old historic center
is a Venetian maze of cobblestone streets. Anchored by the 15th century
citadel, the Old Town comprises charming squares and labyrinthine streets
which are lined with eateries, bars and boutiques. Major
attractions in Budva are Mogren Fortress, Praskvica
Monastery, Slowenska Plaza, Budva City Museum, Stefan Mitrov Memorial Home,
Podmaine Monastery, Saint Ivan Church, Aquapark Budva, Holy Trinity Church,
and Statua Ballerina.
Capital and largest city of Montenegro, Podgorica sits at the confluence of
two rivers, Moraca and Ribnica in the heartland of the country. Formerly
under Roman, Ottoman, and Austro-Hungarian rule, the city has a remarkable
history. Visitors here will find modern structures contrasting with
brutalist buildings and remnants from the Ottoman era. The Ribnica Fortress
and Osmanagica Mosque are great examples of Podgorica’s Ottoman
architecture here. Major attractions in Podgorica are Ostrog Monastery,
Millennium Bridge, Dajbabe Monastery, Saborni hram Hristovog Vaskresenja,
Independence Square, Hram Hristovog Vaskrsenja, and Nemanja's Town.
Located in Boka Bay near the limestone cliffs of Mt. Lovcen, Kotor is a
fortified town on the Adriatic Coast. Over 2,000-years-old, Kotor is a
gorgeous medieval town which seems trapped in time. The city is a natural
choice for visitors wanting to explore the beauty of the Balkans. Kotor's
Old Town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site due to its stunning,
well-preserved architecture, and sweeping landscape. The city draws
visitors for its picturesque location as well as history. Visitors can
wander aimlessly and lounge over coffee in one of the town’s piazzas. Major
landmarks in Kotor are Kotor Cathedral, Our Lady of the Rocks, Kotor
Fortress, Mausoleum of Njegos, Maritime Museum, Church of Our Lady of
Remedy, Pima Palace, Cats Museum, and Kampana Tower.
Best Time to Visit Montenegro
The best time to take Montenegro flights is in the months of May, June, August, and September. For those who wish to take cheap flights to Montenegro, the ideal time to visit is from late October to early April, when the crowds are scarce, and flights and hotel rates are cheap.
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