Things to Do in Montenegro

Top Montenegro Attractions

Things to Do in Montenegro

Top Attractions in Montenegro

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What travelers are saying

  • Ovidiu Stefan
    Dublin, Ireland414 contributions
    Very well preserved with old walls,buildings, narrow streets , Kotor Old Town is a must in Montenegro. Is also a cats city for animal lovers.
    Written September 24, 2022
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  • les8489
    Stockton-on-Tees, UK6 contributions
    Absolutely fantastic place to visit. So many lovely little streets. Full of bars, restaurants and great little shops. The view from the citadel is well worth the 3.5 euros. The views from the walk round the walls are amazing. Just be warned though, if you are an animal lover, as I am, there are two beautiful black dogs on a roof top terrace having to lay in piles of their own faeces. Poor dogs were very dirty and covered in flies. I have tried to report it and I will continue to try and get someone to help. Spoilt what was an amazing visit.
    Written September 25, 2022
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  • lotsagoldens
    Surprise, AZ828 contributions
    We fell in love with Montenegro. Our Viking ship was docked here. The water is so clear, the mountains come down to the water, and it's stunning scenery. That said, what I love about it is that it's so unspoiled. I sure hope it can stay that way. So peaceful and lovely.
    Written September 15, 2022
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  • manderjones
    England, UK313 contributions
    Not only is Lake Skadar one of the biggest lakes in Southern Europe but it's also one of my personal favourites. What stands it apart from many others I've seen are the abundance of water lilies and unique rivers flowing in and out of it. These lilies cover sizable areas of water close to its shores and can make for super drone footage. The rivers also meander their way in and out of Skadar lending themselves to picture postcard views.
    Written September 25, 2022
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  • Ovidiu Stefan
    Dublin, Ireland414 contributions
    Is a new Orthodox church near to city center in Podgorica with twin towers and a arch a little different than other churches with the Byzantine style
    Written September 24, 2022
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  • bincey
    11 contributions
    Beautiful old town with the fort on the beach. Nice sunset from the fort. We were suprised that only hotels and restaurants were included.
    Written August 25, 2020
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  • Matthisa
    Graz, Austria7 contributions
    Beach is all sand - can be very hot, naturally.
    The water depth gets to around 1.50 meters and stays that way for some 50-100m in (and possibly further).

    We payed ~ EUR 7,- for entrance into the larger area (for 1 car and 2 persons). At the beach , we payed another (I think) EUR 10 for beach lounger with sunshade.

    Without that , I would have simply been to hot.
    Written October 4, 2019
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  • wanderandwalk
    Basingstoke, UK5 contributions
    We took the bus from Bijela to Herveg Novi for 1 Euro. The town was very peaceful, historic, and clean. It’s very hidden as there are limited signs (when taking Number1 bus). Lots of stairs to take - however it is worth a visit whilst in Montenegro 🇲🇪
    Written September 26, 2022
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  • bincey
    11 contributions
    Suitable for children, as the water is not deep. Restaurants are not really cheap. Enjoyable and not very crowded.
    Written August 25, 2020
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  • Manish K
    London, UK344 contributions
    Worth a visit to marvel at the fancy yatchs and some great designer shops but the promonade is a joy to walk along! Food is expensive but really good, had a great afternoon here. Park at the main car park for PM near the start of the promonad. On the oyhe side the beach looked great for the kids although we were sadly short on time :(
    Written July 31, 2022
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  • Soccca
    Tolmin, Slovenia1,372 contributions
    When the bridge was completed it was among the biggest bridges in Europe. During the Second World War it played an important role when the partisans stopped the advance of the Germans by blowing up the bridge. The bridge makes it easy to cross the Tara River and the canyon of the same name. The canyon has been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO and is part of the Durmitor National Park, one of the most beautiful places in all of Montenegro.
    Written August 25, 2022
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  • Soccca
    Tolmin, Slovenia1,372 contributions
    Beautiful lake surrounded by beautiful forest. We walked around the lake, the path is very nicely arranged. At the time of our visit, the water level was lower than usual, but it was still beautiful. At the end of the journey, we went for a drink at the buffet by the lake.
    Written August 26, 2022
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  • Giedre
    3 contributions
    I went on a hike in the begining of July as a solo traveler, but was lucky that a couple allowed to join them. It took us 7 hours round trip - I don't exercise much, just hike daily, so it was strenuous for me and I had to make short breaks. Things to take into account: hiking boots higly recommended as there are loosy rocks (especially not far from the peak) / take plenty of water as there are no water supply / path is such that you climb up, then you go trough the hilly valey down to the bottom of Bobotav kuk and then you climb all the way up to the peak / going back trough the valey was really hot. Don't forget to start early. There is a 3 eur fee, a national park worker collects it.
    Written July 2, 2022
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  • Filip G
    Warsaw, Poland15 contributions
    The beach is located about 7 km from the city of Ulcinj. You can either drive there by car or walk by foot (which we did and recommend). Walking from the city beach, from the large roundabout called Sheshi i Ullirit turn left into Ymer Prizreni. There is no separate path, just follow the road's shoulder. The road has very little traffic, but watch out for the cars - some drivers don't really respect pedestrians' space. Along the way there are countless olive gardens, with some trees aging more than 1000 years old. Some farmers have special tabled with olive oil displays where you can buy their home-made products. At one point the road splits into two. The left one takes you up to an inhabited lighthouse, this viewing point gives you an excellent look at the surrounding sea, rocks, cliffs and mountains. I can recommend this and it's a great opportunity to take some stunning photos. The right path leads you to the Valdanos beach. This beach is a part of an ex-military Jugoslavian recreation complex, which now seems completely abandoned, leaving the beach free for everyone's use. There is one bar/bistro at the beach which offers drinks and some local cuisine. The beach is made of medium rocks, no sand. The western side was very clean, free of seaweed and very clean. The eastern side was more rocky, and when I dived there I could see lots of crabs and sea urchins - definitely bring a pair of swimming shoes.. The water is warm and crystal clear, the surrounding rocky cliffs look amazing. Apart from us, there were about 20 other tourists.
    Written September 8, 2019
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  • PavlaPavla
    Chrudim, Czech Republic6,066 contributions
    It is a beautiful place on the coast. The statue of the ballerina is placed on stones, which you can (with a little skill) use to get to it. People come to take pictures with it, some even try to pose in the same pose as the statue.
    Written August 23, 2022
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