The British magazine HELLO in its May issue for residents of the UK published a positive article on Montenegro as an ideal place for the journey of your dreams.
“What Montenegro lacks in size, it replenishes with centuries-old architecture, crystal clear water and beautiful picturesque landscapes,” writes Hello in the introduction to the article on Montenegro.
According to the National Tourism Organization of Montenegro, this article recommends readers to explore various tourist destinations in Montenegro, where to stay and in which restaurants to try the national Montenegrin dishes.
“The peninsula on the Adriatic coast, Aman Sveti Stefan, is magical and amazing. Passes and paths located in the shade of pine trees run along the entire peninsula, connecting the terracotta roofs of houses and apartments. Along the large stone terraces, there are three swimming pools, a private part of the beach, strewn with pink stone, with sun loungers and impeccable service,” the article says.
HELLO magazine also allocated several Montenegrin restaurants for visiting.
“Tucked away in one of the many streets of the old town of Kotor, O'Clock Coffee is a place for iced coffee and freshly baked cookies. In Budva, near the walls of an ancient city fortress, there is a restaurant Demižana, where during lunch you can enjoy local dishes under the shade of a vine,” the article says.
According to the magazine, the best traditional dishes of Montenegro can be tasted in the restaurant "Arva", which is located on the island of Sveti Stefan.
HELLO magazine recommends lovers of travel and research to visit some of the sights and tourist destinations in Montenegro, namely: Kotor Old Town, Budva Old Town, Sveti Stefan Peninsula, etc.
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