Montenegro, also called Crna Gora which means Black Mountain, is a small country nestled by the Adriatic Sea in Southeastern Europe.

Aside from its panoramic landscapes, breathtaking shorelines, and Romanesque architecture, it offers tourists the chance to go on exciting adventures.

You can begin your trip by going to Podgorica, which is the capital city filled with stunning architecture and leisure activities. Next, you can sail from the Bay of Kotor and head to Budva. The town of Kotor is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, while Budva is a popular spot for tourists who enjoy historic structures, exciting nightlife and unspoiled beaches. Speaking of beaches, you can also go to the beach of Becici and marvel at the historical appeal of Cetinje. Lastly, don’t forget to include the small village of Perast in your itinerary or engage in snow activities at Žabljak.

There are lots of attractions in Montenegro, which makes it attractive to tourists. Some of these include the Ostrog Monastery, the Skadar Lake, the Bay of Boka and the five national parks in the country—Durmitor, Lake Skadar, Lovcen, Prokletije and Biogradska gora. Other famous tourist spots include the Castle of King Nicola, St. Tryphon Cathedral, the many olive groves and museums.

Aside from the breathtaking mountains, lakes and tourist attractions, you should also definitely explore Montenegro’s rich local cuisine. Some of the specialty dishes that you should try when you visit Montenegro include Kacamak, Priganice.krstici, Pršut, Njeguški Pršu, Krempite, Vranac, as well as Mediterranean dishes such as Kuvani Brav, Paštrovski makaruli, lamb broth, Krap, Tulumba, Raštan, Zelena Salata and Goulash.

If you love adventures, Montenegro is an ideal place to visit. Here, you can ride a mountain bike around the national parks, conquer the Nevidio and Mrtvica canyons, trek in the Montenegrin Mountains and go kayaking. If that’s not enough, you can also indulge in other activities such as bird watching by the Sasko Lake, windsurfing, jet skiing, horseback riding and diving in Lake Krupac.

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