Admittedly, part of the reason for writing this post is that I have a bunch of photos to share. But, Montenegro’s coast is home to some of the most stunning locations that I’ve ever been too. Also watch out for my white Converse get progressively dirtier and dirtier as I go.
The train journey from Montenegro to Serbia’s capital, Belgrade, is reputed to be one of the most scenic in the world. Whilst the average flight time is a little under an hour, taking the train will take at least ten times this. But it’s absolutely worth it.
Podgorica, Montenegro’s capital city, is definitely not one of the great cities of Europe. Whilst Montenegro is rapidly growing in popularity owing to spectacular scenery, beautiful beaches, and a low living cost, Podgorica itself is not really somewhere that attracts the tourists. Despite this, there’s still some great things to see in this fledgling city. Continue reading “Five Things To See in Podgorica”
If you read last week’s post on the town, I think we’ve firmly established by now that Kotor is more stunning and captivating than words could do justice. Traditional Mediterranean architecture is juxtaposed with the striking mountains above, with spectacular views everywhere you look. But the Bay of Kotor is much more than just Kotor and its Old Town.
Referred to affectionately as the Bay of Cats, the fortified town of Kotor sits on Montenegro’s beautifully rugged Adriatic coast. Let me just repeat, it’s referred to as the Bay of Cats. The Bay of Cats. As a cat lover, this was as close to heaven as it gets.