An undiscovered gem of a place for beautiful Walking Holidays Montenegro is perfect for exploring on foot. Montenegro is one of those places that has it all: the turquoise waters of the Adriatic Sea, which are the perfect call for the most shorebirds; villages full of history with cobblestone streets, ideal for culture lovers; infinity of peaks and canyons that make a recreation area suitable for the most adventurous; and a lot of quiet places that, together with their delicious wine, make this country the perfect getaway for those who want to rest. Begin with a pair of nights in the old royal capital of Cetinje with its peculiar, colourful streets.
You went Walking Trip Montenegro, you entered the old town and you walked for a while, enough for Kotor to fall in love and return again the good vibes to the trip.
You were lucky again and you celebrated with some great pizzas that we took to the motor home, a movie and a good sleep in the great and guarded parking.
The city is surrounded by high cliffs and you can access the fortress that is on top of one of the mountains. They charge little, about two Euros, but the rise seems to be of aupa.
Going on a Walking Holiday Montenegro will make your travelling soul recover years of youth and return to its origins. In the heart of this natural park, the smallest in Montenegro, you will find an emerald glacial lake surrounded by lush beech forests and lush mountain meadows. You can walk its 3km path taking a walk that will take you through the virgin forest surrounding the perimeter of the lake, or if you prefer, rent a rowboat and spend the afternoon in the water. The park is located in one of the most remote regions of Montenegro. In fact, the nearest town is Zablyak, a very popular place among backpackers who love nature and is an hour and a half by car.
Brace Ignjatovic 17/37/1, 18000 Nis, Serbia
Krasici I/2, 85320 Tivat, Montenegro
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