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    The city of Bar has been very popular with tourists coming to Montenegro for many years. The main town of the Bar Riviera is ideal for families with children. It is one of the sunniest cities in Europe, it has more than 270 sunny days per year. The city is located in the southern part of Montenegro, between the Adriatic Sea and Skadar Lake, at a distance of 40 km from Budva.  City`s history  The first chronicle of the Bar relates to the 9th century, with the name Antibarium, that is, the antipode of the ancient Bari, located on the other side of Mediterranean Sea, in Italy. The name Bar appeared already at the time of the migration of the Slavs to the Adriatic coast and the creation of the state of Dukla. The important strategic position of Bar determined its eventful history. In 1077, the first King Dukli Mihailo Voislavlevic was enthroned here, and a few years later, the city became the residence of the archbishop. From 1166 to 1180, Bar belonged to the Byzantine Empire, and then became part of the Serbian state under the control of the Nemanjic dynasty. The heyday of the medieval Bar took place occurs to the 13th century. During Nemahic rule the city gained independence and had its own coat of arms, charter and coins. In the XV century during the feuds, the city passed from one hands to another. In 1443 it was conquered by the Venetian Republic, and in 1571 it was retroceded to the Ottoman Empire and remained under its control for more than 300 years. In 1878 Bar was returned to Montenegro. By decision of King Nikola I in the coastal region of Pristan, New Bar was founded, which began to flourish as a trade and port center.  Sights The new Bar is a quite modern city, drowning in tropical vegetation, the coast itself is surrounded by cypress and coniferous trees. Once there, walk along the promenade of Bar - this is a continuation of the embankment of Susanj. The long and flat promenade is suitable for hiking, cycling and rollerblading. Due to the fact that the coastline, although not wide, but very long, there is always a lot of space for recreation. One of the most important cultural and historical attractions of New Bar is the Palace of King Nikola, built in the district of Toplica in 1885 and was the summer residence of the monarch. You will notice it for sure, as the embankment runs through a small park, where the palace complex is located, it includes: the Great and Small palaces, a chapel and a winter garden. Not far from the palace there is the Cathedral Church of St. Vladimir (one of the newest churches) and the monument to the liberators of Bar from the Ottoman rule. Behind the embankment, there is the main modern landmark of the New City - the largest port in the Adriatic. Every year five million tons of various cargoes passes through it. On its territory there is a passenger terminal and a port pool, where more than 1,000 small sea vessels are located.Lifehack: in the city of Bar there is a huge number of clothing stores. And since the city is connected with Italy (Bari) by sea, then, often, in the stores absolutely different designs of different brands are sold. You can go deeper into the search and find something really worthwhile at an attractive price. Also in Bar there is the largest market on the Adriatic coast of Montenegro - Topolica. You can buy here whatever your heart desires, from products to souvenirs. Approximately 1 km from the port there is a bus station, where are many rides to various cities of Montenegro, and not far from it, there is a railway station. The main attraction of the Bar is Old Bar. This is the largest ancient urban settlement of Montenegro, partially preserved till our days.  What to see in the vicinity of the city?  In the vicinity of Bar there are too many attractions. Start with olive groves. In the Bar, olive oil has long been produced and exported to Germany, France, and the USA. Many years of experience in this area, local residents demonstrate at the November Olive Oil Festival - Maslinade. During the celebration, the best producers of this product are determined, and also the fair of local agricultural products is held. The oldest representative of local olives is the olive tree in Mírovnice - one of the most respected in Europe. Its age is more than 2000 years, and the diameter of the trunk is more than 10 m!Lifehack: you can admire the tree over the low fence or nearby, but to come up to the tree, you have to pay 1 euro for an adult and 0.5 euro for a child. In the Bar community there are several tourist cities, among them is Sutomore, famous for its wonderful sandy beaches. The community is also known for the fact that on 7 October, 1042, there was a battle between the Serbian army, led by Stefan Vojislav and the Byzantine Empire, in which the Serbs gained a significant victory. Near the port of the city of Bar is a natural bay, protected from the winds, due to that fact it has served as a winter dock for a long time. Now it is a hydroarcheological monument of the Bay of Bigovica. Here, the remnants of ships of the 4th century, fragments of amphorae and other archaeological finds were discovered. A few kilometers from Bar, in the village of Zupci, there is the monastery Rybnjak. According to legend, it was founded on the site of a church built by Helena Anjou in the 13th century. At some distance in the mountains there is a monastery Horni Brceli, founded in the beginning of the XVIII century, by Prince Danilo I Petrovich Negosh. Once there was a winter residence of the prince, and now the convent is located. In 1832 Peter II Petrovich Negosh founded here the first school in Montenegro. At a distance of about 1 km from it, a more ancient monastery of Donja Brčeli is located, built by Elena Balsić. It houses the grave of Stephen Maly, an impostor who pretended to be the Russian Emperor Peter III, thanks to which, from 1767 to 1773, he successfully managed Montenegro.  Beaches of the city Bar Besides numerous sights and olive groves, the Bar Riviera will delight you with its diverse beaches. The beaches here are more extended and sandy, the water is crystal clear and turquoise, there is fewer guests. The most famous city beach is Crvena Plaza in the center of Bar: pebble, very picturesque, it stretches along the sea shore for almost a kilometer.  Cafes and restaurants of Bar  Restaurants, konobas, cafes and bars are located here at every step, so you can choose a place to taste. At seaside restaurants, there is often a Russian menu, written with funny mistakes.Lifehack: keep in mind that in Montenegro it is considered absolutely normal to ask to wrap the rest of the food with you. Having seen the size of portions, you will understand how relevant this is. The restaurant of the national Montenegrin cuisine Kaldrma in Bar with an appropriate interior also offers vegetarian dishes. The cozy atmosphere, delicious homemade food and location in close proximity to the Old Town - all this makes it one of the best and most colorful restaurants on the coast, which must be visited. You can spend the evening at the bar Las Ramlas - the first Spanish tapas bar in Montenegro. It looks like an ordinary city cafe with a laconic interior made of glass and wood. Things are humming around the clock: in the morning guests come for breakfast, and in the evening - for a cocktail, listen to live music or watch sports matches. You can grab a bite in Pulena Pizzeria, which is famous for its impeccable service, pleasant atmosphere and delicious dishes of Italian and national cuisine. A full list of bars and restaurants you can see by clicking on the link.  Entertainment and recreation  After sunset, not all just want to walk along the embankment or relax on the balcony. In many seaside towns cafes and bars are open until late night, and lovers of dancing will find where to have a good time.Lifehack: not all establishments have a dance floor, because there is a strong tradition to dance right at the table. In addition, there are not only European and world hits, but also by Balkan music at the discos, which at first may seem specific. The large club Illusion in Bar is decorated in a futuristic style, pleases guests with various performances, laser shows and even a disco for children. A full list of nightclubs you can see by clicking on the link.  How to get to Bar?  1. By bus. Buses of various auto companies are constantly running around Montenegro. Their schedule, route, tickets price, travel time you can see by clicking on the link. Almost all cities of Montenegro are connected by bus with Bar, the cost of tickets is from 1.5 to 5 €. Along the coast across Montenegro there is the Adriatic Highway (Jadranski Put). On this route you can also stop the bus going to the desired city or resort.2. Transfer and taxi. At airports (Tivat or Podgorica), as in any other city of Montenegro, you can order a taxi. However, before ordering a taxi, we recommend to see the approximate price of the trip or a fixed transfer price (depending on the city of departure and destination) on our website or in our free application "Your way to Montenegro" on the Apple Store or Google Play.3. By your own or rented car. The option of renting a car is the most attractive, although not the most budgetary one. A rental company will be able to deliver your rented car immediately to the airport (Tivat or Podgorica) at your arrival or to your place of residence in Montenegro. The advantages of this method are obvious - you choose the route, the departure time, the cities to visit and the time of sightseeing and historical places during the trip. The car can be rented by clicking on the link.4. By train. For fans of rail travel, the presence of trains in Bar is a real find. The railway line Bar-Belgrade runs through 254 tunnels (total length of them is 114 km) and 435 bridges (14 km), including the Sozin tunnel (6.1 km) and the highest in the world (!) Bridge-viaduct Mala Reka, with height of 198 m and length - 498 m. The trip by train Bar-Belgrade costs about 4-5 € in the second class and 5-6 € in the first (524 km, travel time about 7.5 hours). Traveling on an unusual highway is one of the most unforgettable events for fans of railway voyages. In addition, up to five daily commuter trains run between Bar and Podgorica, the trip time is about 1 hour. The ticket price from Bar to Podgorica is about 3 €.Hotels in BarIn the coastal part of Montenegro, there are many different options for living: from luxury five-star hotels to private apartments (apartmani) and rooms (sobe). Apartments usually differ from rooms in including a small kitchen set: a stove, a frige, a sink. The average cost of a standard room in the season is from 30 to 250 € per night depending on the class of the hotel. For those who prefer a more budget accommodation, the private sector is suitable. Prices vary depending on the season and the quality of housing, as well as its distance from the sea. The price ranges from 10 to 150 € a day.Lifehack: be sure to specify by what principle the price is assigned: daily or per person. And the longer the lease term, the lower the cost is. Hotel Princess4 * is located on the beach and offers its guests fully equipped modern rooms, own pebble beach, two restaurants, a wellness and spa center, as well as three conference rooms. A full list of hotels you can see by clicking on the link The modern city of Bar is surrounded by dense forests and olive groves, attracts tourists from different regions of the world, beckons them with the beauty of landscapes, gentle climate and historical values. Resting in Bar and its surroundings, you can always choose entertainment that suits your taste and mood.  
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    A flat town of Bar Montenegro
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    Zabljak is a town and a ski center located in the north-west of Montenegro, at the foot of the Durmitor mountain, at an altitude of 1465 meters above sea level. It is one of the most beautiful cities not only in the Balkans, but also throughout Europe. The city is located in the middle of a national reservoir with rare plant species and a rare wildlife among the pine forests that UNESCO included in the World Heritage List - with its unique natural resources.   History of the city   Modern name of the city appeared only in 1870, when the school and the church were simultaneously laid. The first Slavic name of this place was "Varezina voda", and later "Ganovi". Almost all of the original buildings were destroyed during the Balkan wars. It remains only the building of the old church of the Holy Transfiguration, built in 1862 as a token of victory in the battle against the Turks. Soon after that, Zabljak received the status of the city, several shops and cafes were opened. Thus, in the 1880s, Zabljak became the center of trade, becoming the administrative center of the region. Before the Second World War, Zabljak was a small town with a typical mountain settlement architecture. During the Second World War, Zabljak was burned to the ground. After the war, the city was reborn and became the center of winter sports in Montenegro. The tiny town of Zabljak cannot boast of a heroic history, interesting architectural monuments or museums, but nevertheless hundreds of thousands of tourists from all over Europe come here every year to admire its natural beauties and enjoy active rest. Sights   In Zabljak there are many lakes, rivers, canyons, amazing caves, incredible mountain slopes. Here, tourists can try almost all kinds of outdoor activities - cycling and hiking on the slopes, horseback riding, skiing and snowboarding, mountaineering, rafting and paragliding. Rafting along the canyon of the river Tara, which is considered the deepest in Europe, will not leave anyone indifferent. 18 kilometers of a unique river route for rafting, here you can count more than 20 rapids and small waterfalls. Equally exciting is the conquest of the canyon Nevidio, and to conquer it, you need to jump into waterfall from a height of 3 m and swim in the crystal clear lakes. It's amazing how such a small country could accommodate so many stunning natural beauties, most of which are concentrated in the area of Zabljak - these are lakes, rivers, canyons, amazing caves, stunning mountain slopes, and much more.Durmitor National Park is famous for its lakes, and one of the most famous is the Black Lake. It includes two lakes, which, merging, form a real waterfall. These lakes are also called Mountain eyes. The name of the lake is due to the mountain, which is reflected in the water, giving it a special black shadow. The water in the lake is very clean and especially pleasing is the fact that you can safely bathe in it. Special attention should be paid to the local mountain caves, which are about 300, while many of them remain unexplored. The most popular with tourists is Ice Cave, which is located at an altitude of more than 2000 m above sea level and which is considered one of the main attractions of Zabljak. Here, glacial waters are constantly melting, making a bizarre lake surrounded by stalagmites and stalactites. The infrastructure of the resort is well developed, here you can rent equipment, as well as seek help from the team of instructors. For the safety of tourists here is a huge team of rescuers on duty. Recreation here meets the highest European standards, while the price will be almost twice cheaper than in French or Italian resorts. Zabljak is surrounded by 23 peaks. The climatic conditions and the mountainous landscape are somewhat reminiscent of the famous Swiss Alps. Throughout the season the snow cover lasts from December to the end of March. The weather is at 2 .. 8 ºС. The snow cover is 40 cm. The most popular and best-equipped are the resorts of Jarovac, Savin Cook and Stuc, where you can practice all winter sports for 4 months, from December to April. For those who cannot imagine even a summer without snow, there is an open terrace Debeli Namet, on which snow lies throughout the year. Savin Cook is located five kilometers from Zabljak, the total length of the tracks is 3.5 kilometers. This ski center is equipped with two chairlifts, one rope and two lifts for children, ambulance and rescue services, restaurants, a ski school and a snoubord school, and you can also use the ski and snowboard rental service. Another ski center – Bosac is located one kilometer from the city center of Zabljak. Trails here with a total length of 1.7 kilometers. For the convenience of athletes there is a double chair lift, a mountain rescue service and a restaurant. Descents of Stuc and Javorovac have 2.6 kilometers and 800 meters lenth, respectively. Trails are equipped with two rope and one children lifts. In addition, the resort Zabljak is appealed to those who prefer cross country skiing: specifically for this sport there are equipped trails from 3 to 12 kilometers. How to get to the city   The main transport connection of Zabljak with the rest of Montenegro is the road through Mojkovac and the European highway E65. Also the road passing through Savnik and Niksic to Risan or Podgorica. The nearest airport is about 130 km from Zabljak - in Podgorica. And to the airport of Tivat the distance is 180 km. In Montenegro, taxi service is very well developed, and the shuttle to the main routes is made by buses. It is also possible to rent a car to get to the desired location. Hotels in Zabljak   The resort town of Zabljak offers various accommodation options: from renting private apartments, rooms, houses both in the center of the city itself, and in close proximity to ski slopes to accommodation in hotels, among which there are several to distinguish.Soa Hotel offers rooms with elegant furnishings and modern design. Dishes and drinks can be enjoyed on the spacious terrace with panoramic views of the surroundings. The Black Lake, the center of Zabljak and the bus station it takes 10 minutes walk. The ski slopes of the Savin Kuk resort can be reached by car in 5 minutes, and the Tara Canyon is 20 km away. Free private parking is possible on site. The hotel also has a ski storage room and laundry facilities. Staff at the Soa Hotel can organize fishing, canoeing and horseback riding, hiking trips for guests.The Polar Star Hotel is situated amid the impressive mountains of the Durmitor region, the village of Borje, about 4 km from Zabljak. It offers stylishly decorated apartments and spacious rooms with panoramic views, an elegant bar and fine cuisine from Montenegro. All apartments at the Polar Star Hotel are equipped with a flat-screen TV with satellite channels and a DVD player. The small guests at the Polar Star Hotel will appreciate the children's playground and games room. Adults can visit the wellness center, sauna and steam bath, and relax during a massage. There are many restaurants and cafes in the center of Zabljak, there are also a lot of them on the Black Lake, in Stuc, Savin Kuk and elsewhere. Cafes and restaurants are always pleasantly surprised by the variety of local and European dishes and drinks. Among restaurants you can note: Hotel Soa Restaurant, Zlatni Papagaj, Momcilov Grad. You should come and see with your own eyes the beauty of the local nature and get a charge of positive emotions and renounce daily problems and fuss. At the same time you will have an opportunity to try almost all kinds of outdoor activities - cycling and hiking on mountain slopes, horse riding, mountain skiing and snowboarding, mountaineering, rafting, paragliding and even canyoning.Advantages of the ski resort Zabljak:   Large elevation drop on some slopes; the possibility of year-round skiing in the town of Debeli Namet; Universality of the resort - it suits both beginners and professionals; as a bonus - the numerous attractions of the Durmitor National Park (mountain lakes including the famous Black Lake, glacial caves); curative mountain air of ecologically clean area; affordable prices in comparison with high quality of provided services; the possibility of a family holiday - there is all the necessary infrastructure including special lifts and schools for children.  
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    Zabljak town and ski resort in Montenegro
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    A small but cozy settlement of Przno is located 6 km from Budva and is riotous with thickets of olives, pomegranate and figs. From sea waves and winds, it is protected by three stone reefs with an old watchtower on one of them. The settlement originated on the site of a fishing village, which is distinctly felt in the architecture of the buildings. Now the town has gained fame as a small, but popular tourist resort. If you are looking for a secluded place for a relaxing holiday - clean beaches, olive groves and a steady pace of life of the town itself contribute to this. In small restaurants and cozy cafes you will be offered delicious seafood dishes. Due to its successful location here is a long bathing season, the sea becomes of an acceptable temperature in May and does not cool down until October. This is a very small resort village, which is located in a secluded cove. It is popular among tourists with children who prefer silence and peace. It has a 350 m beach surrounded by an olive grove. Partially this beach belongs to the hotel "Maestral". And if you want some noise, drive and modern entertainment, Budva is in 15-minute drive, where life boils up to the very morning. Close to the settlement there is a former royal residence with a magnificent botanical garden of 18 hectares and a wonderful "Queen's Beach". This is one of the most beautiful beaches of the Adriatic coast. Only the guests of Villa Milocer can rest on it for free. For other visitors, the cost of rest is 75 euro. But it's not worth to be upset, there are no less beautiful and clean beaches nearby, such as Sveti Stefan, Kamenovo and Drobni Pesak. Beaches near St. Stephen are divided into the public on the left side with a rental of sun loungers and closed, on the right side, for hotel guests. Sandy beach Kamenovo stretches for 730 meters along the coast and covers an area of 12800 square meters. Emerald subtropical forest limits the Kamenovo beach, under the shade of which you can relax and refresh yourself in good restaurants with excellent cuisine. In the closed from the prying eyes, wind and noise, the valley there is hidden beach Drobni Pesak with large white and yellow sand. Its length is about 250 m.   What to see in the vicinity of the city? The main entertainment during the rest in Przno can be considered a walk through the beautiful park of Milocer and excursions to the nearest neighborhood of the village. Founded in 1934 near the former residence of the Serbian royal family, today Milocer is the official place for rest of the President of Montenegro. Surrounded by pine forest, this truly chic resort is famous primarily for its beach. "Kralicina plaza" or the Queen's beach, 120 m. long, was named due to the fact that it had a special affection of Maria Karageorgievich. It is located in a small picturesque bay and is considered the best on the Budva Riviera. Unfortunately, only guests of the hotel can enjoy it - this is the only closed beach on the Montenegrin coast. Near the village there is a monastery of Praskovica, a significant part of the history of these places. If you move further to the east, then in a few kilometers you will find yourself in the village of Blizkuce, then you can get to two more monasteries. In the nunnery of Rustovo, the sisters deal with translations from English and French, collect medicinal plants, weave and embroider. From the hill where the monastery is located, an amazing view bursts upon the eye. The monastery Duljevo, located a few kilometers to the north can boast the same thing. Duljevo was built during the reign of the Serbian king Dusan in the 16th century. The main temple of Duljevo is the church of St. Stephen, famous for its ancient frescoes.   How to get to the settlement?   Przno is next settlement following the Jadran route after the Rafailovici, which means it can be reached by car or bus.Lifehack: there is no direct bus from Tivat airport to Przno. You can go from the airport to the Jadran way (highway leading from the city of Tivat to Budva) and stand in anticipation of the passing bus (they drive every 30-40 minutes). Any bus that goes to Budva, Bar or other cities in the south of Montenegro will do. The bus to Budva costs from 3 to 3.5 €, in Budva it will be necessary to change the bus to Przno (1.5 or 2 €). Also from the airport Tivat, which is located 25 km from the village, one can get by taxi, which costs from 20 €. It is better to book in advance or on arrival at the airport, transfer services from local taxi drivers can be quite expensive. Despite its miniature size, Przno has cafes, restaurants, pharmacies, ATMs, offices of mobile providers and shops. Prices for goods are different, food and drink in supermarkets (Novita) is slightly cheaper, in 24-hour shops it is more expensive (Tina). Przno is so beautiful and romantic town, as much as can be the former fishing village. Narrow stone streets, cozy quay, paths and stairs, curling up and down. If you want to have a proper rest and improve your health and the children’s, then choosing Przno as a holiday destination will be a good idea.  
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    There is a lot of historical and cultural sites, ancient monuments and other attractions in Montenegro. All of them are interesting and exciting in their own way, but really "scary" ancient structures draw tourists’ attention. What does a terrible place mean? Many facilities in Montenegro are shrouded in a terrible secret, somewhere there is a dark past, in others we feel with whole body the energy of pain and suffering, and some places are simply horrible, because of their emptiness. Fortress Kanli Kula relates to such a historic place that has bloodstains in his past. However, all this is history, and it, like everything else, has both disadvantages and advantages. About all this we will try to tell you right now. Kanli Kula: a castle, a fortress, a theater and a prison.One of the most popular places in Montenegro, which annually attracts millions of tourists from around the world, is a fortress of Kanli Kula in Herceg Novi, the name of which, in Turkish, means "bloody tower". Such "bloody" name of the fortress was not accidental, because for many years the castle was considered not only a defensive fortress... Name Kanli Kula was given by Turks, prevailed here over 400 years ago. During the reign of the Ottoman Empire, a monstrous prison settled here in which many freedom fighters of Montenegro and the opponents of Turkish occupation were tortured and killed, serving sentences, from which no one could escape. Lifehack: It was believed that the door to the castle opens only one way - to leave it alive was impossible. They say that so far on the walls of the casemates many pictures can be seen, silently telling horror stories of prisoners of the castle. For example, the Turkish galleys in these images have been widely used in the XVI-XVII centuries, which suggests that the fort was used as a prison almost immediately after it was built on the conquered territory. Whether it’s true or not - we do not know, for tourists, unfortunately, only the upper part of fortification is available. All the inside of the building, including the former chamber, are closed for examining. Lifehack: By the way, the fortress has another name - Porta di Terra, but eventually it is all forgotten, and now it is only known as Kanli Kula. The fortress of Kanli-Kula is on the top of a mountain in the northern part of the old town of Herceg Novi. This powerful, sufficiently high and at the same time very gloomy structure, enveloped in many mystical secrets and legends, is located at an altitude of 85 meters above sea level and rises above the entire city. Looking at it, you involuntarily begin to experience some inner fear, and the most terrible associations begin to emerge in memory: the prisoner of the chateau d’If, the man in the iron mask, the terrible steel chains...  The history of the castle Kanli-Kula. In those days, in the territory of modern Montenegro there was no centralized power, so a well-armed and organized Ottoman Empire, which liked the local land very much, has no difficulties to conquer it. However, the Montenegrins did not want to give their homeland and constantly fought a bitter struggle with invaders. That's why the Turks built various fortifications and fortresses around the cities, to protect the already conquered territories, as well as possible prisons, where they held and punished prisoners who disagreed with their power. The first geard of the fortress Kanli Kula appeared in historical documents of the XVII century, in the notes of the Turkish traveler Evliya Celebia, who visited the city in 1664. However, as modern archaeologists have discovered, the fortress was built much earlier - approximately in the middle of the XVI century. It is impossible to set a more precise date, so for its long history the fortification was rebuilt several times and subjected to natural and artificial destruction as a result of sieges and explosions. After the seizure of territories around the strategically important Herceg Novi, the Turks erected powerful walls of the fort, which were to protect the city's borders (they have not been preserved to this day). The fortress with the Bloody Tower became part of the whole fortification, from which the whole district was controlled. In the 60s of the 20th century, the Kanli Kul Fortress, as a result of large-scale works, was reconstructed and opened to visitors as an open-air museum, and its courtyard was converted into a summer amphitheater. To date, this is perhaps the largest and most original outdoor summer stage on the entire Adriatic coast. It is designed for 1000 seats, and in total the theater can accommodate up to 15 thousand spectators. It often hosts theatrical performances stylized into the Middle Ages, as the walls of the ancient fortress serve to them as excellent natural scenery, conveying the atmosphere of distant times. In 1979, the scene was seriously damaged by a strong earthquake, but by 1988 it had been rebuilt. From time to time, concerts are held here, the famous Songchae Scala music festival and the annual Film Festival take place there. Lifehack: Over the long years of its existence, the fortress has been repeatedly altered and rebuilt, that significantly influenced its original appearance. For example, the gate in the southern wall of the fortress was made by the Austrians, so that you could get into the main tower in a shorter way. And this castle, oddly enough, is very popular in the sphere of marriages. Numerous young couples simply dream of having their wedding in the walls of this castle. They are not frightened by the fact that here, once people were executed, that the walls of the structure saw a lot of human blood. It is understandable – there is such beauty around, romance and amazing views! For its long history, the fortress was rebuilt more than once and was subjected to natural and artificial destruction from landslides, earthquakes, attacks and sieges, as a result of which its appearance was constantly changing. However, the main part of the fort remained unchanged and retained its authentic appearance to the present day. Lifehack: From the depths of the centuries until now, only the water storage tank, located in the western part of the fortress of Kanli Kula, has been fully preserved. There is a version that for its construction a part of the underground passage was used, having dug earlier from the fortress of Spianola to the lower town.   Architecture of the fortress Kanli Kula. The size of the fortress amazes the imagination of tourists, and stands out among other buildings of the city. Inside, the area of the fortress is 70x60 meters, while the thickness of its walls in some places exceeds 20 meters. The fortress of Kanli-Kul is a monument of the fortification architecture of the Ottoman period in the history of the city of Herceg Novi. It appeared a little later than the neighboring Spanjola fortress, and it was the desire of the Turkish rulers to establish themselves firmly in this part of the Adriatic coast. Different masonry and various types of loopholes show clearly how the fortress has changed over the centuries, for example, with the advent and development of firearms. Previously, the entrance to the fortress was only on the south side - from within the old town, but today there is also a northern passage, created at a later time as a result of the analysis of part of the northern wall. As mentioned earlier, the most important attraction of the Kanli Kula Fortress is one of the most capacious Amphitheatres of the Adriatic (up to 15 thousand people). Here they put plays related to the historical themes, which here look particularly convincing, because there is no nedd in decorations here. It is also worth noting that tourists can admire the magnificent panorama of the city on the top of the fortress. The architecture of the city of Herceg-Novi and the fortress differ from each other, but at the same time the fortress of Kanli-Kul organically fits and makes the city historically unique and original.  How to get to Kanli Kula Castle?  In Montenegro, you can get to the town of Herceg Novi and specifically to the fortress of Kanli Kul in several ways and quite simply.Firstly, you can get there by bus or shuttle bus from almost any city in Montenegro, both from the coast (Budva, Tivat, Kotor, Bar) or from the central part (Podgorica, Niksic, Cetinje). It is worth saying that this is the most budgetary way of traveling around Montenegro, not counting of course the hitchhiking. Look through the schedule of buses in Montenegro for every day here.Secondly, you can get to the castle by a rented car. A rental company will be able to deliver your rented car immediately to the airport (Tivat or Podgorica) to your arrival or to your place of residence in Montenegro. The advantages of this method are obvious - you choose the route, the departure time, the cities to visit and the time of sightseeing and historical places during the trip. Thirdly, you can take a taxi to the fortress. The only thing that can scare off is the price for the transfer. Before ordering a taxi, you can see the approximate price of the trip or a fixed transfer price (depending on the city of departure) on our website or in our free application "Guide around Montenegro/Way to Montenegro on the Google Play.  Lifehack: Always remember about the Kamenari-Lepetani ferry, which is an alternative and short road to Herceg Novi. Its price is about 5 euros per car, but the path takes much less time (the difference is about 1 hour).The fortress of Kanli-Kula is open and accessible for visits only during the tourist season (from May to September) every day from 9:00 am to 7:00 pm. You can see the top of the fortress for 2 euros (children under 12 years - free of charge). You can enter the fortress in two ways: through the northern gate, opened later, as a result of the Austrians dismantling of the northern wall (from the side of the road), or through the tiny and very picturesque southern gate, from the Old Town, to which a long staircase leads. The fortress of Kanli-Kul is one of the main city attractions of Herceg Novi today. This castle in Montenegro is a wonderful place, which is definitely worth a visit, both with the family and with the company of friends. Here, literally everything is imbued with a medieval atmosphere, and history has penetrated almost every square meter. It is really worth visiting at least once, wander through the galleries of the fortress, climb to the observation deck and enjoy a fantastic panoramic view of the whole city, Bay of Kotor and the neighborhood opening from the top.  
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    Podmaine Monastery (serbian "Manastir Podmaine") - Orthodox monastery in the town of Budva, Montenegro, about 2.5 km from the old town of Budva. The monastery is also known as Podostrog. The monastery received its both names from its surroundings: Podostrog - the name of a nearby mountain Ostrog, under which it actually is, and Podmaine - from the nearby countryside Maina (formerly the tribe Maini lived here). The monastery has a special importance for Montenegro, because in its walls, Metropolitan Petar II Petrovic Njegoš wrote his most famous literary work - "Mountain wreath", considered the greatest memorial of national Montenegrin literature.The history of the monastery. The exact time of the foundation of the monastery is unknown, but the legend is associated the foundation of the monastery with Nemanjic dynasty, who ruled these lands in the XII-XIV. According to legend, Saint Sava Serbian went on a pilgrimage to the Holy Land exact from this monastery in the XIII century. A small stone church of the Assumption of Our Lady was built in the monastery in the XV century, which is preserved to this day. Based on available inscriptions in it, it was updated in 1630 In addition, the monastery served as the summer residence of Montenegrin metropolitans. In particular, the founder of the dynasty Petrovic-Njegos and Metropolitan Bishop Daniel often lived there. During his stay, the bridge to the right bank of the river was built. That bridge has survived till now. In 1718, according to Treaty of Passarowitz between Venice and Turkey, community area of Maini, along with the monastery was ceded to the Republic of Venice, but the monastery remained in the ownership of Montenegrin metropolitans. In the monastery the Metropolitan Bishop Daniel died on January 4, 1735 and was buried in the small Church of the Assumption. In 1747, the Montenegrin Metropolitan Sawa Petrovic Njegos laid a new large main church of the Assumption of the Virgin. The church interior was decorated by the artist Raphael Risan Dimitrijevic. The ashes of Metropolitan Daniel were moved into a new church. In 1856, after the closure of the monastery, his remains were moved to the top of the Cross Orlov in Cetinje. In 1797, the Venetian Republic fell. Its tenure in the Montenegrin seaside - the whole Bay of Kotor and Budva, were ceded to Austria. The Austrians wanted to seize the Podmaine Monastery, to turn it into a fortress, but the Popular Assembly convened by St. Peter of Cetinje, did not allow them to do that. Later, the Austrians asked the lord to sell Podmaine Monastery and Stanjevici and received this answer: "Fill the bare rocks of gold, and then you will not be able to buy me ... What we extracted with sword, we would not give up without it, even if only the heroic blood spilt to the knees". Successor and nephew of St. Peter - a famous Montenegrin poet and Metropolitan Petar II Petrovic Njegos loved to live here, in a cell with a window to the sea. He built a large terrace with beautiful views of the Budva bay, the island of St. Nicholas, the old town of Budva, and on which he loved to walk when free minutes. Here he wrote his poem about the struggle for the freedom of the Montenegrins "Slobodiada" which devoted to Russian Crown Prince Alexander, the future Tsar Alexander II, and wrote some of his most famous poem "The Mountain Wreath". In 1837, yielding to the pressure of the Austrians, to which the coastal area of Montenegro passed after the Napoleonic Wars, Peter II Petrovich was forced to sell them the monastery. The Austrians used the monastery complex as a military fort, a prison located in a small church. In 50s of XIX century, a former monastery was bought for 5570 forints by a priest from the neighboring Main - Filip Tanovic, who supported the building of the monastery in relative safety. Father Philip tried to maintain order in the monastery buildings, and often traveled to Vienna and Russia to gain some help. A rich library of old printed books from Russia Father Philip sold to Vuk Karadzic, who took them away to Vienna. In 1864 the monastery was badly damaged in fire, in which many monastic values were burnt. In 1869, during the suppression of the Bokelskoje uprising, Austrians burnt the monastery again, and after that it was not restored. The monastery remained as a property of the heirs of Tanovic until 1953, when it was nationalized (confiscated) by the state and until 1994 was run by the Institute of Protection of Monuments of Culture of Montenegro. In 1979, during the terrible earthquake, the monastery buildings were destroyed, but later restored and painted. The monastery was re-opened in 1995. There are two temples in the monastery now, both dedicated to the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin. A feast of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary has a special significance in the Serbian Orthodox Church. On this day in 1219 the Serbian Church became autocephalous, and St. Sava I (Rastko Nemanjic) became its first archbishop. Therefore, it is not surprising that many Serbian churches dedicated to this holiday. The Great Temple of the Assumption was restored and repainted by Vladimir Kirishavich in late 1990 - 2000. It’s interesting, that in the scene of the Last Judgment icon painter has placed a Yugoslav communist leader Josip Broz Tito among the sinners in hell. Little Church of the Assumption is of a very small size, located under the cells of the monastery and reminds catacomb churches of the first Christians. Its length is just 4 meters, width - 2.5 m, above the small church there is a terrace with a beautiful view of the sea.. In the middle of it there is a water tank - "bistierna", decorated with magnificent stone carvings. Since February 2009, the abbot of the monastery is Raphael Bolevich (born 09/03/1975)To reach the monastery you can on foot or by taxi (about 5 euros). Every day in the monastery there is Matin at 5.00 am and evensong at 4.00 pm, liturgy on Sundays and holidays at 8.30. Broyanitsy are also sold there, they are beads made of knots on a strong twine, which resembles a bracelet. Decorate them the face of God’s mother. These bracelets can often be seen on the left wrist among local residents, regardless of their age and status.  
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    Monastery Podmaine (Podostrog) in Budva, Montenegro
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    Black Lake is located on the territory of the Durmitor National Park, at an altitude of 1442 m above sea level, 2.5 km to the southwest from the center of Zabljak at the foot of Medjed Mountain. Black Lake consists of two lakes - Small (Malo Crno jezero) and Big (Veliko Crno jezero) connected by a narrow isthmus (60 m) and it is of glacial origin. Moreover, Big lake with at most 855 m length has a maximum depth of 26 m and a Small one with a length of only 600 m has a depth of about 50 m. Thus, the more amount of water is stored actually in Small black lake. One religious legend associated with the lake. According to legend, Saint Sava, traveling to these places, was unjustly convicted of theft and the whole village chased him. As a punishment for pursuers, holy righteous sent the water to the village: a Small lake flooded the village itself and a Big one - the nearby meadows.
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    Montenegro impresses with its beauty. Dense vegetation, pure Adriatic sea, fresh products - what can be better for a romantic holiday? To see the sunrise during breakfast, to admire sunset from a quay or have rest at the shore of the mountain lake. Below WAYTOMONTE provides its own list of romantic hotels for your holiday.Regent Porto Montenegro 5* Stay in this hotel is an exceptional pleasure. Here you will dive into the atmosphere of luxury and unique service. The hotel is located in an absolutely newly built square of Porto Montenegro, in yacht sport zone in Tivat. One may walk along the quay and exploring the yachts, to find some to rent and may be for purchase. The hotel infrastructure provides absolutely unique advantages. There are own Spa-center, open swimming pool and also an exclusive access to Lido complex. This swimming pool is included to top 10 swimming pools of the world. A horizon merges with a swimming pool edge, wonderful cocktails, bright sun and music programs by evenings. For those who love swimming at the sea, Regent also can surprise you. The hotel does not have personal beach zone. But the guests are proposed to visit a private island by boat. On top of everything else, inside of PortoMontenegro, there are many restaurants with different world cuisines and small boutiques.  Avala Resort & Villas 4* What can be more romantic than living near Old City walls? Perhaps it is the only hotel in Budva located closely to the sea. It has its own beach zone close to Old Town. Here you can swim and observe tourists exploring the fortress. Also you can visit St. Nicola's island. It takes 10 minutes from hotel to get to the port, so you can organize sea travel. You can while away evenings in hotel or have lunch in numerous restaurants of Old Town or on the quay. Later you can visit AvalaCasino in hotel. Hotel Splendid Conference and SPA Resort 5* The first 5 star hotel in Montenegro. It is located in the next from Budva town, Becici. The hotel provides the first class service and got the name old time ago. The hotel has an advantageous location. From one hand, you will be in a walking distance from the main tourist center with dynamic nightlife; from the other hand, you can visit other very beautiful beaches, such as Kamenovo and beach near Sveti Stefan Island. If you choose this hotel for your romantic holiday, restaurants with Japanese and European cuisine, casino and SPA-center will be available for you. Hotel Aleksandar 4* Hotel Aleksandar is also located on Budva seashore, in Rafailovici town. This comfortable hotel is located on the shore, in 5 minutes walking distance to Kamenovo beach with beautiful transparent blue water. For the comfort of lovers hotel provides saunas and a wonderful restaurant Aleksandar, which gained tourists love. For sure, you will not be able to forget sunsets on a terrace of the restaurant. ForzaMare hotel 5* This 5 star hotel is located in Boka-Kotor bay, in a place, which is considered one of the most beautiful in Montenegro. Near tourist center of Kotor, in an absolutely quiet village, Dobtota. All guests place special emphasis on cuisine of the hotel restaurant and certainly high quality service. The rooms are designed in various styles imitating famous cities and countries of the world. Hotel has its own sea zone. It is a concrete section with water entry. There are also SPA and Jacuzzi. In the evenings, you can walk along the quays of Perast and Kotor, visit small restaurants located on the shore. May be you will find fishing shop and you will be served with just caught mussels. Hippocamus hotel 4* One should live inside the walls of Old Town, at least once in a lifetime and fling oneself into history. Especially if it is Old Town in Kotor. In the designing rooms of Hippocamus hotel, modern design is combined with the elements of old house. Sometimes, centuries-old stonework is seen. You can hardly imagine how to take lunch in the morning on a terrace viewing to tiled roof of Old Town. Later come out to the old cobbled streets, walk slowly and feed local cats.Towards evening, certainly it is worth to walk upstairs to the St. Ivan's fortress. After all, there is the most beautiful sunset view opening Boka-Kotor bay.  
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    Mogren Fortress (it’s also Jaz troop) was built in 1860 by the ruling at the time Austro-Hungarians to defend the western borders of Budva. The fortress was a powerful fortification of almost rectangular shape with high walls and towers at the corners. With its help, troops took control of all the approaches to the city, including the sea. Since the fortress was involved in the two world wars, some objects have been completed at that time. For example, during the Second World War, the fortress was used as a warehouse of weapons and ammunition. To this day only walls of the fortresses and bunkers are preserved, which are poorly visible from the road because of the dense vegetation. The fortress is located on a promontory Mogren between the beaches Mogren and Jaz just a kilometer from the town of Budva and it offers a great panoramic view of the entire western coast of Budva Riviera.There are 3 ways to get to the fortress Mogren:By car when leaving Budva towards Tivat on Yadranski highway, just before the tunnel (about 1 km from Budva), turn left at the sign "Tvrđava Mogren". On foot from Budva or the old town of Budva in the direction of Tivat, by the sidewalk along the route. The way from the center of Budva takes about 30 minutes. On the path up the cliff to the beach Mogren 2. But you can meet snakes and tear the hands and legs against wild vegetation, as this path is getting overgrown more and more with every year.   As a result of several earthquakes and the indifference of the authorities of Montenegro, currently the oldest building is in a dilapidated condition and some places are overgrown with grass and shrubs. More or less preserved left only some walls.Admission is free, fortress is not protected. Excursion groups are not taken there, so if the goal is to seclude, look at the sea, on the Budva Riviera, the beaches Mogren and Jaz, admire the island of St. Nicholas, have a walk through the ruins of the fortress, or do something else interesting, feel free to go on this top .  
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    The cave is located on the territory of the Nationa Park Skadar Lake and presents a unique natural reserve consisted of numerous natural and historical sightseeing. The lake is good for science exploration as well as for a pleasant rest. Lovers of speleological expeditions can explore local water with the hidden interesting caves inside. There is an uphill and overgrown path leading to the cave. The entrance to the cave is on the Eastern side of the mountain. Its size is 8,3m and 2,3m, located at a height of 110m. There is hidden underground channel with the length 150m, its walls are strewn with various decorations, which have been forming for some centuries. At the end of the main channel, there is a vertical way down leading to a small underground lake. In winter, the whole cave is filled with water. In summer, when water goes down, the cave is available for visiting. This hydrographic feature lets attribute it to a periodical river cave type. The cave is located in Cetinje town-council, near Skadar lake, 6km distance to the Crnojevića river.
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    Grahovsko lake is located in the south-western part of Niksic town-council near Grahovo town. An artificial lake created for agricultural needs, as well as for sports, leisure and fishing. This small lake is practically unknown to the tourists. It can boast with almost ideal natural conditions, such as water, sun and lush vegetation
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    Dobrota is a small village in Montenegro, on the shore Kotor Bay. The population of the village is about 8,200 people. Dobrota stretches for several kilometers along the picturesque coastline, from the ancient city of Kotor to the village of Ljuta, and is rightfully considered one of the most beautiful settlements of the Bay of Kotor.   History of the city. About 750 years ago, it was the time when the first mention of Dobrota occurred - the village was called Dabratum. The current name appeared a little later, when the settlement became a part of Kotor. Over 300 years, from 1371 to 1704, Dobrota was its suburb. The greatest prosperity Dobrota reached in the 17th and 19th centuries, when there was a fairly large pier, many ships, and everyone was trained for naval work. In 1717, Dobrota received the status of a seaside settlement. Rich captains of local vessels built beautiful baroque palaces here, furnishing them with valuable furniture, decorating with picturesque canvases and exotic plants, filling libraries with ancient books. The most famous palaces that have survived to our time are the houses of the Tripkovic, Dabinovic, Ivanovic, Radonicici and Milosevic. And the wives of the sailors from Dobrota became famous for weaving the finest lace which they made in the periods of maritime wanderings of their husbands.   Sights. In Dobrota at the time of greatest prosperity, the majority of noble families who became rich in maritime trade settled. In memory of this era there remained a large number of "captain palaces", among which the Palace of Ivanovici occupies not the last place. Built in the Baroque style, it has become one of the most notable buildings of the Bay Coast in this part of the Bay of Kotor. The palace was built in the second half of the 18th century for the captain's family of Ivanovici. The Ivanovici was considered one of the richest families of Dobrota - by the beginning of the XIX century they had 11 houses in Dobrota. Thriven on sailing, in the 18th century there were 28 ships in their property, they traded with Italian and Albanian ports. During the war between Venice and Turkey in 1714-1718 Ivanovici allocated part of his fleet for the liberation of Ulcinj from the Turks, for which they received praise from the Venetian governor Alvise Mocenigo. In 1756 the brothers Mark and Joseph Ivanovic defeated the Turks in a sea battle near the Greek port of Piraeus, after which they were knighted and awarded with the Order of St. Mark. The Palace of Ivanovici is a typical Baroque one, consisting of four floors and a gazebo. The palace was built on a high place and completely surrounded by a closed fence. You can enter the courtyard through the stone gate, which is decorated with the Ivanovic family coat of arms. The interior has several terraces with various plants, to which the stone stairs leads. Under the terraces, along the walls of the fence, there are utility rooms. The symmetrical facade of the palace is composed of small hewn stone, on the second and third floors in the center are balconies with openwork grating made of wrought iron. All windows and doorways have characteristic features of baroque style, the platbands are decorated in the form of stylized acanthus leaves. The interior of the palace is richly decorated with stucco molding, and the floor is laid with stony slabs in checkerboard pattern.The palace of the Milosevic family in Dobrota has gone down in history under the name "Veliki Palac". The Milosevic Palace has the largest dimensions among similar buildings. The palace was built in 1828 by sea captains and ship owners - the brothers Milosevic. They also belonged to the ship "Nemirna" (Restless), which became the last sailboat in the Bay of Kotor. In general, the Milosevic family was ranked the 12th among the sea families of Dobrota in terms of wealth, the number of seamen and captains. In the XIX century, they owned nine ships and six houses on the coast. The building is a four-story palace with a wide belvedere and late baroque features. It is surrounded by a stone wall of a fence, behind which there is an internal terrace. Since the palace was intended immediately for two owners, it was built as a semi-detached house and functionally divided into two identical and symmetrical parts. Also, the yard is divided into two parts, which can be accessed through two different gates decorated with monograms with the initials of the owners - "NM" and "VM". Similarly, the facade of the palace at the level of the third floor has two balconies with a metal balustrade. Inside the building on each floor there are two central salons, from which you can get to other rooms. The stairs are located in the outer wings. In the palace, still in its pristine form, there are internal storage rooms, as well as rooms with high ceilings. This is the only palace in Dobrota with two different facades, the main one with a view of the sea, the rear one with a view of the mountains. And in the south-eastern part of the palace there is an unusual corner tower with a cannon embrasure built in the style of a ship one. The majestic appearance and the greatest fame among all the "captain palaces" of the Kotor Bay, built in the area of Kotor Dobrota, has the mansion of the Tripkovic family. It is made in the Baroque style, in the decor there is an abundance of bright decorative elements. The monumentality and splendor of this palace contrasts against the background of Mount Orjen, covered only by rough and bare rocks. The Tripkovic family played an important role in the life of Kotor, especially in such areas as trade, navigation, construction and culture. It is known that this family owned 18 vessels, and almost 86 people of this kind were sailors, and 63 - in the rank of the ship captain. One of them, Andrija Tripkovic, was the head of the local commune and was a member of Kotor administration. In addition to the palace, the family owned 6 more houses, but this palace was the most expensive of them - in 1808 it was estimated at 7,000 Austrian forints, which became an absolute record for the village of Dobrota. The palace was built at the end of the XVIII century by the order of Captain Andrij Tripkovic. The building is a bit away from the shore and is on a hill, surrounded by a stone parapet with a family coat of arms above the entrance and long balustrades, behind which a small garden hides, several more gardens are behind the house. On the shore in front of the palace there is a sea dock with the embankment. The palace itself, made of Korcula stone, has three floors and a belvedere with a baroque pediment, this belvedere is crowned with a small turret. On the main facade at the level of the third floor there is a balcony, which supporting structure is covered with ornamentation from the leaves of acanthus. Besides palaces in Dobrota there are several ancient churches. One of them - the baroque church of St. Matthew was built in the 17th century, it has the famous icon of Giovanni Bellini "Madonna and Child". The Church of St. Elijah is considered the oldest monument of architecture in Montenegro, it was built in the 11th century and it is preserved till our days. And in the church of St. Eustace, built in 1773, there is an interesting collection of laces from 17-18 centuries (52 canvases in total) and a unique ancient mosaic that adorns the altar. Among the old buildings there is also the Radončić mansion built in the 19th century and renovated in 2012, inside which the Institute of Marine Biology is located today. There are fewer visitors here, and consequently, rest is calmer than on the Budva coast. Dobrota itself, the neighborhood of which is buried in the green of citrus and olive trees, is very cozy and hospitable. Here visitors are awaited for the pure sea and entertainments which usually assumes beach rest. For fans of shopping in Dobrota there are various shops, a small market where you can buy fresh fruits and a touching souvenir to commemorate this place. Tourists, finding themselves here, always note the harmony that reigns in the coastal part of the city, where charming cottages with their own bays, small beaches and berths for boats are located. The beach zone, about 7 km long, runs along the whole village and consists of concrete and pebble areas. The place is replete with various cafes, bars and restaurants. The lack of spacious sandy beaches is completely compensated by the magnificent views of Kotor Bay. Unlike the beaches of many major tourist centers, the coast of Dobrota is extremely rare can be seen crowded with vacationers.   What to see in the vicinity of the city? Despite the developed infrastructure of hotels, shops and restaurants in Dobrota, the most interesting events are still in Kotor, which is 4 km from the city. The medieval fortified city of Kotor is a real architectural gem in the crown of the Mediterranean coast. Visit the Old Town, which is more than 2 thousand years old, and all this time it remained one of the important seaports and shopping centers of the Adriatic. Here behind the fortress walls were preserved the palaces of rich families, churches, towers and fountains - all now is under the protection of UNESCO. It is worth to climb the walls and fortress of St. John and see the unique landscape of Kotor Bay. If you move to the north, then you will get to the nearest village Orahovac - the greenest one in Kotor Bay. It is famous for its beaches with clear water, ancient oaks and wild pomegranates. The next settlement is the city of Perast. It is picturesque, like any other city on the Mediterranean coast. However, this Adriatic town is distinguished by its architecture, reflecting its glorious past. It is like an open-air museum, showing guests magnificent examples of baroque architecture against the background of natural scenery of Kotor Bay. Many buildings of the city are like real palaces. After all, once in the city lived 12 noble families, and they erected the very Baroque mansions and churches, for which Perast is proud to this day. In addition, deductions to the treasury from maritime trade and customs privileges, along with income from military campaigns against pirates, brought huge amount of money, which contributed to the prosperity of the city. The uniqueness of Perast is also in the fact that near the city there are 2 islands, inseparable from the city both geographically and historically. One of them is the island of Gospa od Škrpjela or as it is also called Our Lady of the Rocks - this is the only man-made island in the Adriatic. Lifehack: you can get to the island by water taxi from Perast. The fare is 5 € per person. The travel time will take only a couple of minutes, but you will have time to make amazingly beautiful photos. The second one is the island of St. George (Sveti Dordje), which carries the second name "Island of the Dead". Here is the cemetery, where famous captains of Perast were buried. The island is very picturesque, but you can admire it only from the water, because it is closed for visitors.   How to get to the city? If you flew to Tivat airport, then you can take a taxi and in 20 minutes you will be in the village. The city is conveniently located on the coast and wherever you are resting, in the Budva or Herceg Nova Riviera, you can get there by bus. But you need to be careful and specify the route of the bus, it must go through Kotor, and not through the ferry. Although such a journey is not without the charm, because the ferry crosses the Verige Strait - one of the narrowest and most picturesque straits of the Bay of Kotor. In ancient times in the XVII century, in order to prevent the path to the pirates, it was blocked by chains - verigami. Hence the so unusual name of the strait itself. Despite its size, the strait is quite restless due to the strong current. That's why swimming it is not recommended. The average depth of the strait is 30 meters, and the width in the narrowest place is 300 meters. And of course moving around on a rented car, you can stop at any place you like and travel from Dobrota to different directions.   Hotels in Dobrota. Find housing in the village is not difficult. You will be offered to be located both in the private sector and in comfortable hotels. Hotel FORZA MARE category 5 * is located in Dobrota on the shore of Kotor Bay, 3 km from the city center. This luxurious and decorated boutique hotel offers its guests original decorated rooms in the styles of different countries, cities and continents: Africa, India, Dubai, Japan and China. Here you can completely relax and enjoy a warm and pleasant atmosphere. The excellent à la carte restaurant serves national and international cuisine, it combines modern style, elegant atmosphere and first-class service. At the confectioner’s, which is located on a sunny terrace overlooking the bay, the most delicate snacks are served.Villa Panonija offers air-conditioned suites and apartments with a private balcony and free Wi-Fi. The villa is located 50 meters from Kotor Bay and a 5-minute walk from the beach. All modern suites and apartments have parquet floors. Each room has a private bathroom with a bath or shower. Breakfast is served in the breakfast room, which is decorated with stained glass. The bar adjoins the breakfast room. Just a 5-minute walk from Villa Panonija you will find an open-air cafe, pizzerias and other restaurants. Rest in the town of Dobrota is a great choice if you want to combine a relaxing holiday and an opportunity for trips and excursions. The lack of spacious beaches is compensated by a small number of holidaymakers and proximity to various attractions of the region.  
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    The city of Pljevlja is in the northern part of Montenegro, in the picturesque valley of the rivers Cehotina and Brznica. It borders with Zabljak, Bijelo Polje, Mojkovac, as well as with Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina. The city covers an area of 1346 km2 and is located at an altitude of 770 m above sea level, the highest point of the municipality is Ljubisnja Mountain (2238 m), the lowest one is the Tara River Canyon (529 m).   History of the city Before the invasion of the Greeks in the first century BC, Illyrian tribes lived here. On the ruins of the old city, the Greeks founded the city, which became the cultural center of Dalmatia. On its ruins were found many values: jewelry, glass and ceramic vases. In the VI c. the Slavs conquered these territories, and the town of Bereznica appeared. The city received its name after the river, which flows through the city. Later Bereznica became one of the main cities of the Serbian state Raska. Through the city passed the main road from Dubrovnik, Trieste and Kotor to Constantinople, Sarajevo and Belgrade. In 1338 the first customs house was opened here. Its current name, the town of Pljevlja has been from the 14th century. According to historians, the city received its name in honor of the fertility of the soil of the territory of the monastery, on which crops were grown. Two centuries later, the city was conquered by the Turks and renamed Taslidzh. During their reign, water and sewage systems were built here, mosques, fountains and gardens appeared. In 1569, the Hussein Pasha Mosque was built, which is a masterpiece of eastern architecture. In 1878, Pljevlja was under the siege of Austria, an army of 5000 soldiers with women and children entered the city. During the reign of the Austrians, Pljevlja was turned into a modern western city with hotels, bookstores and a theater. The first modern pharmacy, a photo studio, a hospital, a brewery were opened. In 1913, the city became part of the Kingdom of Montenegro, and after the First World War - a part of the Yugoslav Kingdom. After World War II, since 1945, it is a part of Montenegro. Pljevlja is also one of the main driving forces of Montenegro economy. There is a power station, deposits of coal, lead and zinc in this area. The city has well-developed woodworking industry, agriculture and cheese production. In this region there is a large number of forests, which contributes to the development of ecological and winter tourism. It is Pljevlja, that has the only power station in the country that provides half the population with electricity. Want to try the famous Pljevlja cheese, considered a delicacy? Then head to this beautiful city with every reason.   Sights The city of Pljevlja is strongly interwoven with the Islamic and Christian religions. The symbols of the city are two cultural, historical and archaeological monuments: the Monastery of the Holy Trinity and the Hussein Pasha mosque. For several centuries the Holy Trinity Monastery was one of the main centers of spiritual, educational and cultural life in the northern part of Montenegro. This was especially evident during the years of Turkish rule. The exact date of the construction of the monastery was not preserved, but it can be attributed to different sources by the 15th century. A documented mention of it is found in the annals of 1537. The monastery acquired its present outlines in the 16th century and, with all subsequent changes, tried not to violate its traditional appearance. The Church of the Holy Trinity was built in the 16th century by the abbot of the monastery Vissarion. The main church of the monastery is decorated with rich jagged carving, typical for the architectural style of Raska. This one-nave church with a large porch. The painting of the walls was made by one of the most famous Balkan masters, Strahinja Budimljanin. For several centuries there existed workshops for books rewriting. Each of these folios, equipped with illustrations of monastery icon painters, was a real work of art. Some of them, as well as rare copies of the first prints, are still stored here. In addition to the literary treasures in the temple there is a magnificent collection of icons, expensive old church utensils and many other priceless shrines. To reach the working monastery, located about two kilometers from Pljevlja, is easy. From the city to it is laid a convenient footpath. Monks are glad to all visitors, and pilgrims to holy places from different countries often stop to spend the night or rest in a hospitable monastery. Perhaps the most significant monument that has remained since the time of the Ottoman Empire is the Hussein Pasha Mosque built in the 16th century. The mosque was built between 1573 and 1594. It was named in honor of Hussein Pasha Boljanic, born in the village Boljanic near Pljevlja and gained the authority of the Turks with his activity in Constantinople. He also acted as the main contributor of this construction. For the erection of the mosque, gray unprocessed stone was used, which was then decorated with small ornament. The square base is crowned on four columns by a large dome in the center and three small on the sides. The mosque has 25 windows. On the south side there is a minaret with a height of 42 m, it appeared here in 1911 on the site of the former one, destroyed by lightning. This is the highest minaret in the Balkans. The interior of the mosque is rich and beautifully decorated - the walls and vault are painted in classic Turkish style with floral patterns and phrases from the Koran, this is one of the best works of Islamic calligraphy of the 16th century. The floor of the mosque is decorated with an original carpet of 1573, made by order from quilted leather in Egypt, its size is 10x10 meters. Today, Hussein Pasha mosque houses many valuable books and ancient manuscripts, for example, a 18 century Koran in leather binding of 233 pages, complete Arabic script and decorated with 352 gold-plated miniatures.   What to see in the vicinity of the city? Near the city of Pljevlja there are excavations of an ancient Roman settlement. According to the documents it is called Municipum S. It is believed that in size this settlement was second one only after Duklia. On the right bank of the Tara River canyon, near the village of Premcani in the municipality of Pljevlja, there is the Dovolja monastery. The medieval monastery Dovolja, together with other monasteries of this region, has long been the spiritual center of northern Montenegro, and in the 19th century it was completely destroyed as a result of the struggle of the Montenegrin people for independence against the power of the Ottoman Empire. The monastery has been destroyed and rebuilt several times in its history. In 1804 the monastery was robbed and burnt by Turkish troops, in 10 years the monastery was rebuilt, but in 1857 the Turks again destroyed it. In the seventies of the XIX century the monastery Dovolja was rebuilt. Finally the monastery was destroyed in 1875, it happened during the uprising of Herzegovina, by the efforts of the Turks, it was almost wiped off from the face of the earth, and a major fire in 1886 completed the destruction of the monastery. At the beginning of the 20th century, the remains of the monastery became the subject of research by historians. In 1934 the journal of the Serbian Scientific Society published a detailed study of the monastery of Dovolja. Committee for the reconstruction of the monastery complex was founded in 1998. After 150 years of desolation in 2002, the monastery bell resounded here, and in 2008 the Assumption Church was consecrated. And today the working male monastery of Dovolja belongs to the Milesevski diocese of the Serbian Orthodox Church. The town of Pljevlja is partially located in the territory of the Durmitor National Park, which is famous for its natural wealth. The main tourist sites of Durmitor are the Black Lake located in its highest part, around which there is a park with paths, you can walk and ride a bicycle, you can also just sit on a bench by the lake, admiring the surrounding nature, or take a water trip on a rented boat; This is the Mlinsky stream, surrounded by ancient fir and spruce forests; It is Crna Poda, a grove of rare black pines, many of which are over 400 years old and over 50 m long; This is the canyon of the Tara River, the second largest in the world and the deepest in Europe, with the grandiose Djurdjevic Bridge; this is Ice Cave, lying at an altitude of 2180 m, within which nature has created a whole kingdom of stalagmites and stalactites; This is the highest point of the country Bobotov Kuk, to which climbing tours are organized in the summer, and climbing is available even for beginners and takes about 10 hours, from the height of this mountain in good weather you can see the Lovcen mountain range located off the coast in another part of the country.   How to get to the city? There is a bus service to the city. You can see the schedule by clicking on the link. If you prefer to travel by car, you can rent a car. The surrounding nature and preserved historical monuments create good conditions for recreation in this region, as well as more winter types of tourism.  
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    Town of Plevlja, Montenegro
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     Botanical Garden of Daniel Vinchek (Dulovina) is located at an altitude of 1018 m. above sea level in the southern part of Kolasin. The garden is located on a hill, and its very location provides optimal conditions for the growth of 400 species of plants, most of which are endemic, and approximately 80% of which is classified as a medicinal herb.  Botanical Garden in Kolasin appeared in 1981, thanks to the efforts of an amateur botanist Daniel Vinchek. By organizing this garden, he found the best way to preserve valuable and rare plants growing in remote places. Daniel Vinchek is helped by his wife Vera in everything.  On the area of 646 square meters is created a natural environment for the growth of trees, shrubs and herbs typical to this place. Botanical Garden staff conduct scientific research, observing the plants, photographing them and thus making files on each of their ward. All plants in the botanical garden have nameplates, that make a walk through the garden more interesting and informative.  The most important exhibit of the botanical garden is considered to be a typical for the Balkan Peninsula, but not found anywhere else tree - Pinus Peuce with a 5-needle structure of branches.  Some plants have names associated not only with their native habitat, but also with famous Montenegrins, for example, a violet of King Nikola or a rose of Queen Milena. The founder of the garden also got such an honour, a plant Alchemilla vulgaris now has a name of Alchemilla Vincheka  
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    Botanical garden of Daniel Vincek (Dulovina)
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    Pošćensko lake is one of the most beautiful glacial lakes. It is located 1487m above sea level, in the south-east part of the National park Durmitor, near Pošćenje village in Zhabljak town-council. Unfortunately, the lake dries up in dry summer, but during the rest of the seasons it boasts its beauty and local landscapes. Its maximum depth is 3,6m.
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    Pošćensko lake
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    On the territory of Montenegro there is a huge number of historical monuments, which many conquerors left at different times. Impressions of past cultures are observed in the architecture of many ancient cities and temples of Montenegro, monuments and sculptures, in the visual arts and painting, folklore and everyday life of the local population. Currently in Montenegro there is a huge amount of archaeological excavations and large architectural complexes (about 50), the oldest defensive fortresses, as well as many sacred objects and memorial monuments of the liberation wars. We will tell you about one such valuable historical object in Montenegro in this article.  Ancient Roman city of Dioсlea.​  The Zeta Plain, which now houses the capital of Montenegro, Podgorica was inhabited in ancient times. Just 3 kilometers northwest of the modern capital, at the confluence of the Zeta and Moraca rivers was the ancient city of Dioсlea, in which, according to legend, the Roman emperor Diocletian was born. This city was founded by the Romans as far back as the 1st century AD, and it was it which later gave the name to the state on this territory - Duklja. The name was chosen only because in the local dialect "Dioсlea" is sounded like Duklja. The city of Dioсlea in ancient times was a major shopping center, with developed for that time infrastructure. In those days, the Roman governors loved to live in comfort and erected beautiful temples, thermae (Roman public baths), the triumphal arch and the palace building. In the XX century, during the archaeological excavations, even necropolises were discovered here, where objects of everyday use were found: ceramic and glass vessels, jewelry, tools, weapons, coins.This historical region of Montenegro at different times was known under the names Diocletia, Dioc, Duklja, Zeta (Diocletia, Diocleia, Duklja, Zeta). From IX to XI century, the state was called Duklja: by the name of the Illyrian tribe of docklates. According to another version, the name of the state came from the ancient Roman city of Dioklea (Dukli) in the area of modern Podgorica. The population of the state was called the Duklians. In the 11th century, in the Byzantine chronicles, the country is more often called Zeta (from the name of the Zeta River - the tributary of the Moraca). In literature, the state is also called the Duklian state, the Duklja kingdom, the Zeta state, the kingdom of Zeta, the Duklja principality. Today, only the remains of numerous buildings, structures are preserved, and archaeological excavations at the site of the ancient settlement are one of the main scientific values and tourist attractions of Montenegro.History of the city of Dioclea. The city of Dioclea (Doclea) was founded by the Romans in the 1st century AD on the site of the settlement of Illyrian tribes Dokleati. Initially, Dioclea was a semi-autonomous region of the Grand Duchy of Raska, which in turn was part of the Eastern Roman Empire, and then Byzantine suzerainty. The years passed and by the second century the urban settlement had turned into a large settlement with a clear Roman layout from perpendicular streets, in which there was all the communal infrastructure (water supply, sewerage) and lived almost 40,000 people. Even in modern Montenegro, few cities can boast such a population. The city was surrounded by a fortress with defensive towers, there was a square that was located at the intersection of the two main streets. On the square there was a monumental basilica on the west side, on the north side there was a court building. In 297, Duklja became the capital of the newly created Roman province of Prevalis, which had trade links with Italy, Dalmatia, Macedonia and Greece. In the IV century, the city was destroyed several times by barbarian tribes, at the end of the 5th century it was devastated and destroyed by western Goths, and in 518 suffered a major earthquake. As a result, the city came to a complete decline and, unlike neighboring Meduna, did not turn into a medieval settlement. The Slavs who came here in 620 finally destroyed the city, but took its name for the name of its first state Duklia, from the XI century, during the reign of Byzantium, known as Zeta. After the IX century the reign of the Roman Empire was overthrown, the city began to build Christian churches, and around the city was erected a fortress wall and defensive structures. Most of the history of Christianity of Duklja introduced the ruler John Vladimir, who is revered by the Serbian, Orthodox Church to this day, and was given the rank of saints. In the 12th century, cultural development declined, and finally Duklja fell in 1189, when Prince Mikhailo Vojeslavljevic, and the eldest son of Stefan Neman, named Vukan, got the throne. It is believed that it is from these times that the city of Dioclea is in ruins. Since the end of the XIX century, many historians and scientists of the world began to take an active interest in the city of Dioclea. One of the first who shew scientific interest in the city was the Russian scientist P.A. Rovinsky. After it, the city was studied by English archaeologists, however, systematic study of the ancient settlement began only in 1954 and continued until 1998. The famous English archaeologist Arthur John Evans devoted 7 years to the study of this ancient settlement, and the result of his works today is the main study in archeology of Montenegro. Today, on the site of the old city, there are preserved walls, various rectangular structures, the ruins of the bridge over Moraca, the ruins of palaces, villas and baths, numerous sarcophagus (more than 300 pieces) with richly decorated bas-reliefs. Sculptures and fragments of artifacts and ornaments of handicraft production testify the former wealth of this ancient Roman city. Also, historians established that in the middle there was a city square, on it in the west - a basilica, and in the north was located the courthouse. In 1874 the famous Podgorica Cup was found here. Religious buildings of those times - triumphal arches and three churches, one of which is dedicated to the goddess Roma, and the other to the goddess Diana were found in Duklja. In addition, scientists discovered necropolises with ancient objects of use: tools of labor, ceramic and glass vessels, weapons, jewelry, coins and ornaments. Although even from the ancient city of Dioclea only piles of stones and half-ruined walls left, but when you come into contact with them you still experience mixed feelings of excitement and admiration.  
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    Ancient Roman city Dioclea (Duklja) in Montenegro

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    Veslo Bay (Uvala Veslo) is a rocky site, located in Veslo Bay, near Begovoci town. The beach is perfect for those who love wilderness and romantic atmosphere. You can get there by a country road along the shore or by sea. From this beach one can get to Blue Cave (Plava Spilja). There are no conveniences.
    Uvala Veslo beach
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     Arza beach (Arza plaža) is a wild gravel beach, located on Lustica bay. This is one more place, where you will find yourself surrounded by local history. There are remnants of an old fortress Arza. And an insular monastery Zanica is opposite to the beach. Here you can enjoy an amazing view opens to Boko-Kotor bay and Adriatica. You can get to the beach by sea or through Mirista beach. There is just a pier without any conveniences.  
    Arza beach
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    Rose beach (Rose plaža) is a concret-gravel beach, located in a fishing village Rose, from which its name originated. Most part of the beach is a pier made of concrete. There are gravel sections along the sides of the village. Pure water of the beach is best for divers and for snorkeling. The main conveniences on the beach are: sun loungers, umbrellas, bars and cafes.  
    Rose beach
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     Trsteno beach (Trsteno plaža) is a small gravel beach with a very comfortable flat water entry. This place is ideal for families with children. There are renting sung loungers renting, a restaurant and paid parking. The beach is access to comfort on a private vehicle or taxi or bus.
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    Beach of Milocer and one of the most beautiful beaches on Adriatic seashore. This place is wonderful to have a rest in a famous Budva Riviera. The most sophisticated tourist will be charmed by a wonderful territory with the best sand and an ideal clearness as well as the most beautiful sea views.The beauty of the beach is above the all sea shores of Milocer. Olives and cypress valleys surround the beach from the land side and the rocks protect it from the wind. It is located between Sveti Stefan and Milocer and its length is 380 meters.The beach is very popular among the tourists, thus there is a former summer residence of Karađorđević dynasty, villa Milocer. It is free for the residents of the villa. For the rest is 75 Euro for the entrance and sun lounger. There are cafes and small shops behind the beach.  
    Beach Milocer
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    Petrovac Beach is located in a picturesque bay surrounded by the rocks, olive groves and pine forests between the cities Bar and Budva. The main beach (the length is 800 meters) is covered by red tiny gravel. There is a small port and fortress Castello.  The second beach is Lučice (the length is 200 meters), it is located in 500 meters from the main beach. There is a wide choice of different sea attractions. Katic and Sveta Nedelja islands are located some way from the sea shore and there is a place for diving. The beaches take the whole sea shore of the city and stretch along the city walking district. There are many restaurants, cafes and souvenirs shops close to the beach.  
    Petrovac beach
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    Slovenska Plaža Beach is the longest beach in Budva. The length of the beach is 1640 meters.The beach is covered by small and medium gravel with concrete sites. Behind the beach, there is a hotel complex of the same name "Hotel Slovenska Plaza", as well as recreation zones and parks with different Mediterranean flora. There are many available sea attractions, including Bungee jumping, water ski, parachuting etc. There is quay along the beach with cafes, restaurants, souvenirs shops, discos and amusements for children. The beach is equipped all necessary for a comfort rest: sun loungers, changing rooms and shower with fresh water. Having rest on a sun lounger you can order drinks and meals just from your place.There are also boats to St. Nicola's island departing from quay. 
    Slovenska plaža in Budva, Montenegro
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    Jaz Beach is the one of the most popular beaches in Montenegro. Madonna and RollingStones gathered concerts here. There are tourists all over the globe. The most popular tourist guide LonelyPlanet put Jaz top 10 Europe beaches after last year visit SeaDance2015.Jaz is located 3 km from Budva. One can get to the beach by a car or by bus. Near the beach, there is a spacious free parking. There are special places for a picnic and camping and free access to the beach. To rent a set of sun loungers and an umbrella costs approximately 3-7 Euros per day.The length of the beach is 2,5 km. It is surrounded by hills from all the sides and consists of two beaches, one is gravel (300 meters) and the second is sand (500 meters). The gravel beach has rocky bottom, which comes to a sandy one.Pay attention that the rest of the territory is for the nudists. 
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Rent of yachts, motor boats, boats, catamarans, scooters, canoes, SUP-s and other types of water transport in Montenegro for walks, outdoor activities or fishing in the Adriatic sea or on Skadar lake.

Montenegro is a small country on the Balkan Peninsula, which is washed by the Adriatic Sea. The Montenegrin coast is divided into two parts: Bay of Kotor, where the Tivat, Kotor and Herceg-Nova Riviera are located and the open Adriatic Sea with the Budva, Bar and Ulcinj Rivieras. Unlike the neighboring countries of the Balkan region, Montenegro has a relatively small coastline - about 300 kilometers. Nevertheless, today, renting yachts, motor boats, boats, catamarans, scooters and other types of water transport in Montenegro is one of the most popular services among tourists from all over the world.

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