Home to some of the Adriatic’s most picturesque scenery, Montenegro boasts sapphire-blue waters leading into coastal fjords, and medieval towns with elegant palazzo’s reminiscent of Venice.
Since the split of the Roman empire, the country has been influenced by various peoples, reflected in the richness of its cultural history; colourful Roman mosaic’s compete with flamboyantly painted Orthodox monasteries, ornate Catholic churches, the elegant minarets of mosques, and resilient stone fortresses.
There is so much packed into this tiny country, all less than a day’s drive apart. Destinations to see include the coastal resort of Budva, the island-fortified village of Sveti Stefan, and the Unesco-protected town of Kotor.
A holiday to Montenegro is easily combined with Croatia and/or Albania.
Montenegro has 4 national parks with the Durmitor being the most popular with tourists due to its unspoiled natural beauty. People are attracted to the region for hiking, swimming and other outdoor pursuits.
See Montenegro come alive in this image and video gallery, showing off some of the best areas that you can visit and explore.
Discover the temperatures and rainfall you can expect when visiting the main areas of Montenegro, along with the best time to travel.
We have collated some of the best books and guides to Montenegro, to help you make the most of your holiday to the country.
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