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10 Reasons to Visit Montenegro this Spring

10 Reasons to Visit Montenegro this Spring

The winter snows are thawing out and the beautiful colors of Spring are in sight, which can only mean one thing – travel time! If you enjoy being at one with nature, taking the active route, or simply appreciating Montenegro’s local flavour, there’ll always be something for you to do. Here are ten reasons why Montenegro should be… READ MORE

12 Reasons Why You Should Include Herceg Novi, Montenegro In Your Travel Bucketlist

12 Reasons Why You Should Include Herceg Novi, Montenegro In Your Travel Bucketlist

Montenegro comes from two words: ‘monte’ and ‘negro’ which means Black Mountain. This infamous name comes from the dark mountain forests that cover the land. It is a piece of heaven you’ll find along the borders of Croatia, Bosnia, and Herzegovina. Jonathan and I ended our trip in Montenegro a couple of days ago. We… READ MORE

Turkey-Montenegro Economic Committee Meets in Ankara

Turkey-Montenegro Economic Committee Meets in Ankara

The fourth-period meeting of Turkey-Montenegro Joint Economic Committee began in Ankara on Thursday that aims to strengthen economic ties between the two sides. Deputy Prime Minister Recep Akdag and his Montenegrin counterpart Milutin Simovic attended the meeting at Cankaya Palace. Montenegro’s Education Minister Damir Sehovic, Transport Minister Osman Nurkovic, Health Minister Kenan Hrapovic, Ambassador of… READ MORE

World travellers from New Zealand delighted with Montenegro

World travellers from New Zealand delighted with Montenegro

Nathan Buchan and Hannah Martin, the world travellers from New Zealand, have come to Montenegro after visiting Taiwan, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Australia, Bali and England. They arrived in our country two weeks ago. They are particularly excited about Kotor, Skadar Lake and the Lovcen mountain. They post photos and videos from their trips on their… READ MORE

Peace and quiet in Montenegro

Peace and quiet in Montenegro

Montenegro has become an increasingly popular tourist destination over recent years. Following its independence from Serbia in 2006, Montenegro quickly built up a reputation as a quieter French Riviera-style resort with stunning beaches, mountains and rivers. Last year, easyJet launched flights from London Gatwick to Tivat, meaning visitors could avoid the three-hour drive from Dubrovnik… READ MORE

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