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Things to do in Montenegro
Budva - buy local handicrafts at the Old Town
It’s location on the shores of the Adriatic, and access to shipping lanes, quickly helped Budva to grow in importance, and many of these riches are reflected in the architecture of the Old Town. There has been a settlement here for over 2,500 years. One of the best ways to view the old quarter is either from the hills overlooking the city, or via the citadels walls. The Old Town is filled with curiosities, as well as having plenty of options from which to eat, drink or purchase local handicrafts.
Herceg Novi - explore the enchanting Old Town
The bay on which Herceg Novi stands is considered to be one of the top, scenic, beautiful bays in the world, and explains why people have been living here for over 5,000 years. The town has developed over these years, but the windy narrow streets of the Old Town still reveal hints of Greek and Roman influences, as well as more recent Gothic and Renaissance periods. The old quarter is filled with interesting buildings and places to visit, so take your time and enjoy exploring and walking through the many ancient paths and streets.
Introduction of Montenegro
Located in the southeastern portion of Europe lays the country of Montenegro and it offers a multitude of accommodation options to choose between. Its coastline on the Adriatic Sea boasts some of the most beautiful Montenegro hotels with many offering sea vistas and beach frontage. Podgorica is the largest city in Montenegro as well as being its capital and there are many different styles of hotels in Montenegro to choose from here. Cetinje is another large city and it also has a wide variety of hotels to sample with prices to suit all levels of budget. Its picturesque coast along with many mountainous regions is the main tourist draws of the country and tourism is starting to pick up after the effects of the Yugoslav wars. New Montenegro hotels are being built all over the country and they offer the usual amenities and facilities such as televisions, air conditioning, room service and restaurants.