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As you might guess from the name, Montenegro is a mountainous place. With just 100km of coastline, this tiny country packs a lot in. From Adriatic beaches to historic sights, visiting Montenegro is always exciting. There's something here for every kind of holiday.

Kotor: One of Montenegro's best cities

If that's got you packing your bags in anticipation already, we're not surprised. Our choice of overnight destination in Montenegro is Kotor. It's in the southern-most fjord in all of Europe. Breathtaking views reward a 45-minute climb up to Kotor Fortress. When you get back to the well-preserved town below, a feast of grilled squid and delicious local wine awaits you. Day trips from Kotor will take you to other, smaller towns on the coast such as Budva and Perast, or the fishing village of Sveti Stefan. If you head inland you'll find mountains and forests to explore.

An affordable vacation

Although not a member of the EU yet, Montenegro is on the Euro. That doesn't necessarily mean high prices, and you'll find Montenegro is a good value for money. A trip to Montenegro is affordable even when compared to other Adriatic destinations. What to do here besides see the sights? You can expect delicious seafood, great beaches and plenty of Montenegrin charm. The locals are friendly and welcoming, in Kotor and throughout the country.

Your Montenegro travel experts

There is a wide range of accommodation in Montenegro. Our local guides will be on-hand to assist all vacationers. Wherever you want to travel in Montenegro, we can make it happen. Visit Kotor, Budva, Perast, Sveti Stefan, or all of them. Contact us for a free travel consultation. Or request a call back at your convenience. We'll start planning the perfect Montenegro vacation, just for you.

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Popular Montenegro Vacation Itineraries

Our suggested itineraries in Montenegro and neighboring countries allow you to enjoy a multi-destination tour with ease. Our Montenegro vacation packages make traveling in Central & Eastern Europe hassle-free. We take care of getting you from place to place, accommodation, excursions and activities.

10 Days Highlights of ex-Yugoslavia Tour

Discover some of the less-visited parts of the Balkans on a self-drive trip that will reward your adventurous spirit. Warm welcomes, great food and spectacular sights will greet your everywhere. Start your exploration in Zagreb, then head to the capital of the former Yugoslavia, Belgrade. From there you'll be going south into Bosnia & Herzegovina with stops in Sarajevo and Mostar. The last overnight destination is Montengro for a couple of nights in UNESCO-listed Kotor. Finally drop the car off at Dubrovnik airport for the flight home. read full itinerary

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