Montenegro Travel Guide
Plan Your Montenegro Vacation
An independent country since May 2006, tiny Montenegro (about the size of Connecticut) overlooks the Adriatic Sea and lies between Croatia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Serbia, and Albania. The 650,000 people who live here call it Crna Gora (which, like Montenegro, means "black mountain"), in tribute to the imposing, pine-forested mountains of the interior.
Montenegro's most luxurious and most expensive hotels are in Budva and Sveti Stefan on the coast. The country's... read more
Along the Montenegrin coast, seafood predominates, with starters including salata od hobotnice (octopus salad) and riblja... read more
Things To Do in Montenegro
Explore the best sights, entertainment, and shopping with our top choices and insider tips.
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