MONTENEGRO (Republic of Montenegro) a small country in the BALKANS, the capital and biggest city in Montenegro is (Podgorica) , experiencing a huge architectural boom in the last couple of years.
Montenegro, the most beautiful country in Europe. Once called one of the YUGOSLAVIAN towns before the split and independence.
Montenegro’s tourism suffered greatly from Yugoslavia’s tragic civil war in the 1990’s. In recent years, along with the stabilized situation in the region, tourism in Montenegro has begun to recover, and Montenegro is being re-discovered by tourists from around the globe. In 2007, the country received peak level of tourism
Montenegro is a country located in south-eastern Europe. It is bordered by Croatia on the west, Bosnia and Herzegovina on the north-west, Serbia on the north-east and Albania on the south-east with rugged mountains, medieval villages and a narrow strip of beaches along its Adriatic coastline.
A most naturally country, splendid scenery takes you far away.
The shoreline of southwestern Montenegro is highly elevated, with no offshore islands. The limestone mountains of Rumija, Sutorman, Orjen, and Lovcen separate the narrow strip of land that is the coastline from the inland regions.
The largest bay is the Bay of Kotor, which is the world’s southern most fjord. This bay is considered one of the most beautiful bays of Europe, and features the UNESCO World Heritage Sites of Perast and Kotor.
The Bay of Kotor, beautiful enough , is dotted with coastal churches and fortified towns such as Kotor , Herceg Novi, and Durmitor .
National Park encompasses limestone peaks, glacial lakes, wildlife such as bears and wolves.
Budva another town on the coast the most popular resort in Montenegro , nice beaches, historic villages and wild nightlife. The old town in my opinion resembles a bit a mini Dubrovnik ( Croatia) full of restaurants, souvenirs shops, beautiful small streets and houses, don’t forget to explore the wild night life.
Read more about former YUGOSLAVIA: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yugoslavia