From rolling mountains and icy rivers to charming old towns, these photos show why you need to visit Montenegro for your next summer vacation.
From hiking the highest peaks to rafting icy rapids and lazing on the sun-kissed Adriatic, these are the best outdoor experiences waiting in Montenegro.
Of the many hikes in Durmitor National Park, Bobotov Kuk is the ultimate one. It’s a hard slog, but when the whole world is before you, you won’t even care.
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From stunning scenery to dealing with manic drivers, we loved travelling in Montenegro, but knowing these tips beforehand could have made our trip even better.
With its turquoise rivers and soaring white cliffs, there is no doubt Mrtvica Canyon should be on the ‘to-do’ list of everyone who visits Montenegro .
Set along the turquoise bay and backed by stunning Lovćen, there’s a reason why Kotor is the best city in Montenegro and why you shouldn’t skip it.
In its heyday Herceg Novi was the gem of the Adriatic. Today it’s lost a little of that charm but alongside the bay there is plenty to keep you occupied.
Getting around in the Philippines is rarely simple and travelling from Moalboal to Dumaguete and Siquijor is no exception. Here’s how to do it.
With a spectacular coastline, jagged peaks and a series of delightful Ottoman-era towns, Albania has plenty to offer every type of traveller.