The small Balkan nation of Montenegro is quickly becoming a popular travel destination.
The enchanting landscape of Montenegro makes it one of the most romantic and beautiful places to enjoy on a European vacation.
Visiting this amazing country is one of the most popular stops for people taking a Mediterranean cruise and for good reason. Traditional European towns perched on the waters edge are what comes to mind when thinking of Montenegro.
With gorgeous beaches, a mild Mediterranean climate, majestic green mountains and postcard-perfect historic medieval villages draw an increasing number of visitors every year.
And active pursuits ranging from mountain biking to whitewater rafting, it’s no wonder that tourism is booming and now the driving force behind Montenegro’s growing economy.
“In a country that is smaller than Wales savvy travelers will want to add it to their list of must-see destinations before the rest of the world discovers this country’s many charms.
Kotor considered one of the best preserved medieval towns on the Adriatic coast.
The fortified town of Kotor is tucked against the steep mountains surrounding the deep channels of the Bay of Kotor.
While Kotor’s architecture reflects the various empires that ruled over the region, it is best known for its Venetian-flavored Old Town, which is dominated by the 12th-century Cathedral of Saint Tryphon.
The cathedral’s carved stone altar is an exquisite example of the stone-masonry skills Kotor was known for in the Middle Ages. Treks up to the upper fortified town walls of Kotor’s hilltop fortress reward hardy hikers with breathtaking views of the city and deep-water bay.
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