Lake Skadar National park – Stunning Wildlife


Shkodra, Shkodër or Scutari, or, as most people know it – Skadar Lake is the largest lake in Southern Europe, lying on the border of Montenegro and Albania.Montenegrin part of the lake of 400 square kilometers represents a national park with remarkable diversity of flora and fauna.Just one step away from glamourous beaches and crowded capital city, this region is famous for its art of wine-making, specific culinary traits and huge historical importance.You’ll fall in love with a laid back, simple way of living and unique traits of Skadar Lake region.

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Hiking in northern Montenegro


If you want to meet the real Montenegro, head towards its mountains. Many of them are only a couple of hours driving distance from each other, with a lot of trails to choose from and difficulty levels that suit your desires. Hiking season in Montenegro lasts from March from October, giving you a lot of time for exploring. In summer, the north is the place to be, although this may vary. Below are our suggestions for exploring this beautiful region.

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Montenegrin cuisine


Traditional Montenegrin cuisine has been influenced by Italian, Turkish, Hungarian, and many others, promising a rich culinary experience for the visitors. Despite the size of the country, its specific geographic configuration resulted in diverse local specialties. The mountainous north, coastal south and the heartland have distinct culinary styles, so wherever you eat in Montenegro, you’ll discover new, delicious meals made with fresh, local ingredients.

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Montenegro road trip


Montenegro is a small country known for its untouched nature, cultural richness and a lot of adventures in offer, which makes it a perfect road trip destination. Despite the challenges that narrow mountain roads bring, travelling by car is a small price to pay for experiencing beauties of this Mediterranean gem.Planning a road trip that covers everything you want to see in Montenegro can be an exhausting task, but here are some tips for making your holiday an unforgettable experience.

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Boka Bay - Glorious History and Breathtaking Nature


Boka Bay (Boka Kotorska) is known as the southernmost fjord of Europe. It is also known for its crystal clear water, intimidating black mountains and its reputation as one of the world’s most beautiful bays.Cultural events, historical battles and conquests of ancient civilizations of Greece and Rome shaped this area, known simply as Boka. This created precious cultural and historical monuments we have today, making Boka Bay a must see on any trip to Montenegro.

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Beaches in Montenegro - Budva


Each summer, tourists from all over the world come to Montenegro for a dose of vitamin D. Sandy beaches in Budva, wild nature spots in Ulcinj Riviera, and the rocky areas in the Bay of Kotor, create almost 300km of diverse coastline that offers something for everyone. If you add to that a visit to some of the marvelous lakes and rivers in the central and northern Montenegro and you will get a lavish vacation! To make it easier for you, we have created a list of beaches in Montenegro you must visit.

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COVID-19 Customer Information


We are aware that the outbreak of COVID-19 (coronavirus) is having major impact on all spheres of our lives, and that the current situation could cause insecurity among our customers. That’s why we want you to know that:

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Driving in Montenegro


Driving in Montenegro has many advantages over public transportation, especially when it comes to comfort and the ability to reach distant places. Renting a car in Montenegro is easy and more affordable than in many European countries, making it a to-go option for travelers. However, there are some useful things you should know to avoid troubles on the road.

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Podgorica – Extraordinary Coffee Culture


Podgorica is the most densely populated city in Montenegro and its political, cultural and social epicenter. Even though it’s usually just a stop to some of the more famous parts of the country, Podgorica shouldn’t be neglected.Besides extraordinary coffee culture you’ll simply love, you’ll find many nature and culture corners in the city worth visiting, and if you decide to explore around, you’ll find some unusual sights that will satisfy your curiosity.

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Durmitor National Park – Unique natural beauty


Durmitor National Park is one of the most beautiful creations of nature on the entire European continent. The fascinating landscape and impressive geological heritage of the area have put this whole area on the UNESCO World Heritage List. The peaks of Durmitor massif, terrifying Tara canyon and clear lakes tucked inside endless pine forests offer unique opportunity for a wholesome vacation. So, whether you want hiking, mountaineering, biking, rafting, or a simple road trip getaway to the unspoiled nature, Durmitor is a place you must visit.

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Guide to Ulcinj – Hidden Gem of Montenegrin Coast


Montenegrin city Ulcinj is perfect starting point for exploring southern coast part of Montenegro during your road trip. You’ll be close to adventure, history and nature activities from Bar to Ada Bojana, and even over-the-border getaway to nearby Albania. And you’ll enjoy everything this magical city has in offer!

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Bar - City with the coolest name


Montenegro - a magical combination of the sea and mountains, will offer to you an extraordinary opportunity to wake up in a wooden cottage covered with snowy whiteness, and immerse yourself in a dream in one of the magical towns on the Adriatic coast, intoxicated by the smell of the sea..

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