Montenegro is a sovereign country located in Southeastern part of Europe – on Balkan peninsula.
With magnificent Adriatic Coast, amazing Lakes, 5 National Parks and gorgeous Mountains, this small, but extremely beautiful country is bordered by Albania, Kosovo, Serbia, Bosnia and Croatia. Podgorica is Montenegro Capital City, while Cetinje is proclaimed like a Royal Capital City. Just couple of hours with flight from all main European centers, Montenegró is located in the perfect spot.
Tourism is main industry in Montenegro, and last couple of years, Montenegro is always selected in Top World Tourist Destination (especially Kotor). With population of 670K, very proud of the rich history and tradition, Montenegro primarily offer exceptional cordiality and hospitality.
Bursting at the seams with majestic mountains, breathtaking beaches and larger-than-life locals, minuscule Montenegro proves once and for all that good things do indeed come in small packages.
It’s not even 300km from tip to toe, but Montenegro’s coastline crams in some of Europe’s most spectacular seaside scenery. Mountains jut sharply from crystal-clear waters in such a way that the word ‘looming’ is unavoidable. Ancient walled towns cling to the rocks and dip their feet in the water like they’re the ones on holiday. In summer, the whole scene is bathed in the scent of wild herbs, conifers and Mediterranean blossoms. All of this – and much, much more – is wrapped up into an area two-thirds of the size of Wales.
When the beaches fill up with Eastern European sunseekers, intrepid travellers can easily sidestep the hordes by getting off the beaten track in the rugged mountains of Durmitor and Prokletije, the primeval forest of Biogradska Gora, or in the many towns and villages where ordinary Montenegrins go about their daily lives. Hike, horse ride, mountain bike or kayak yourself to somewhere obscure and chances are you’ll have it all to yourself. This is, after all, a country where wolves and bears still lurk in forgotten corners.