An ancient fortified town located deep down the Boka Kotorska bay, UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is cruiser ships regular spot.
Founded in 1382 and located in the entrance of the Bay of Kotor, bordering with Dubrovnik, Croatia.
Located beneath Durmitor mountain and its national park is one of key tourist destinations both in summer and winter activities.
Fortified Old Town surrounded by high-rises, resorts and new developments is the most popular tourist spot with amazing beaches and wild ...
The capital, and administrative centre as well as biggest city in Montenegro, intensively developed in last decade.
An ancient fortified town once a pirate home surrounded by 12km long sandy beach which is kite-surfing hotspot, and naturist heaven.
Main entry point to the Skadar lake, belongs to the municipality of Bar.
With a 2 km long fine sandy beach, it is home to numerous resorts and hotels.
The easternmost major Montenegrin town, on the junction of the roads leading to Pejë, Kosovo and Novi Pazar, Serbia.
The largest lake on the Balkans and the natural habitat of the very diverse flora and fauna.
Rafting through the Tara Canyon, the deepest canyon in Europe, is one of the most popular activities in Montenegro.
The second largest city in Montenegro and economically important, home to infamous Montenegrin beer Niksicko.
A small historical town on the ancient trading route through the country.
This bay is considered one of the most beautiful bays of Europe, and in its entirely is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
This region is entirely situated within the Dinaric Alps, famous for its untouched wild nature.
This is the heart of the country with the state capital Podgorica, the historical capital Cetinje and the industrial center Nikšić.
The Mediterranean coast around the towns of Bar and Ulcinj, the latter one having an Albanian majority.
The main tourist drag with nice beaches, historic villages and wild nightlife.