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Montenegro is definitely among the most fascinating countries in the Europe. Although it covers only approximately 14.000 km2 and it only has around 670.000 residents, its contribution to the world culture is outstanding considering its overall size. The sea, the lakes, the valleys or the mountain peaks enable everybody to select the most effective way to take pleasure in a high quality holiday. In one day, the interested vacationer can have a cappuccino on one of the countless beaches of the Tivat Riviera, eat dinner with the song of the birds on Skadar Lake or dine alongside a fire place on the slopes of the Durmitor Mountain. These are all attributes of Montenegro as a traveler spot that has a lot to present. Montenegro is an eco-friendly country. This simple fact grants it one of the major posts on the traveler guides. A great deal of bright days in summer season and a considerable quantity of snow in winter months determine the two most established forms of tourism in Montenegro: the seaside one- in summertime and the ski recreational one - in winter.

Natural attractions

Even though Montenegro's spectacular sea side landscapes is best known among visitors, its hilly inland has a few outstanding breathtaking views to offer, as well. The country splits the big fresh water Lake Skadar with neighbouring Albania. It has National Park status and provides fantastic possibilities for treking, bird watching and wild animals spotting. Of the many pleasant fishermen's villages around it, Virpazar is the most suitable one for visitors. A real must-see is the remarkable Tara River Canyon, with its steep banks rising up to 1300 meters above the River Tara waters. It's the 2nd biggest canyon in the world and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The canyon is situated in Durmitor National Park, which is a World Heritage Site of its own and boasts a lush flora and fauna in addition to snow-covered high peaks, a number of canyons and lots of glacier lakes. The most popular one is Black Lake, at walking range of the town of Zabljak, which works as a visitor's center for mountain and wintertime tourism.

Sveti Stefan

Among the most valuable blessings of nature to Montenegro is the cape of Sveti Stefan (Saint Stephen). Myth says that the local Pastrovici family, began constructing on this cape with captured Turk treasure in 15th century. These days, it is a beautiful town-resort with luxury vacation homes and flats that feature spectacular sights to the sea horizon. On the cape Sveti Stefan there are in addition plentiful cultural and historic ancestry abandoned by its original residents.

The Gulf of Kotor

The Gulf of Kotor is most likely among the most beautiful gulfs worldwide. On its deepest point is located the similarly spectacular city of Kotor, a wonderfully maintained strengthened, Medieval town with a vigorous history. Roaming via its labyrinth of slim and cobble-stoned roads, you'll discover vibrant plazas, lots of archaic churches and numbers of lovely taverns and cafes. Do not overlook the Church of St. Luke, the 12th century St. Tryphon Cathedral and the Orthodox St Nicholas Church . Kotor is locked between the blue sea on one side, and a dramatically steep cliff on the other. It's a tough walk uphill, but climbing the more than thousand steps will allow you to discover the old forts on the top and also provide some spectacular sights over the gulf.

Durmitor - mountain

As a result of its unspeakable charm and unblemished landscape, as early as 1952, Durmitor was declared a National park. National park Durmitor stretches from the mountain massive of Durmitor with canyons of the rivers Susica, Tara and Draga to the valley of the river Komarnica. Monster Durmitor mountain rises in imposing mountaintops and several glacier lakes encompassed by lush evergreen rainforests. Rapid and crystal clear rivers blessed Durmitor with spectacular canyons among them the remarkable Tara River canyon as one of the most attractive in Europe .

How to get to Montenegro

Montenegro is linked to the rest of Europe via road, railway, sea and air travel. You can choose the way that suits you best to get to Montenegro In the last few years, Montenegro has spent considerably into the highway infrastructure, to ensure more rapid, more secure and more enjoyable arrival to the region for as many travelers as possible. There are a few hundred airplanes that land at the Podgorica and Tivat flight terminals each day in the course of the top summer season, with guests from around the Europe. A a great deal of passenger ships dock in the harbor of Bar and the many ports throughout the entire seaside zone are prepared to accept small-sized and medium size sailboats and luxury yahts.

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Safety advice in Montenegro.

Montenegro is in most cases a risk-free country. There is, just like all countries in the Europe, a variety of illegal activities, but police forces are usually swift in their duties. The number is 122, along with the worldwide distress call 112. Organized crime is regarded as being extensive, but doesn't target vacationers. When taking a trip in the regions neighboring Kosovo, it is suggested you stick to the main roadways. You should as well stay clear of regions where there is armed forces activity. In the tourist places like Sveti Stefan, Kotor, Budva and Herceg Novi , beggars and thiefs are not unusual. As in lots of other International places, beggars come with organized crime groups.

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