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Kotor, Montenegro
Kotor, Montenegro

Facts about Montenegro

Area: 13 812 sq. km

Population: 620 000

Capital: Podgorica

Other major cities: Budva, Kotor, Ulcinj

Currency: Euro (EUR)

Language: Montenegrin

Telephone country code: 00 382

Time Zone: GMT + 1 hour

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Montenegro TOP Destinations

Surrounded by mountains ranging from 1000m to 1700m high, situated at the eastern tip of Kotor Bay, lies the picturesque city of Kotor. Its city-core is the best preserved, of the cities along the Montenegrin coast, rich in medieval monuments. The walled medieval city-centre, with its winding, narrow little streets, squares and small churches, appears on the UNESCO World Heritage List. More...

Budva is Montenegro’s main tourist centre. The secret of the city’s popularity rests mainly on its beautiful, mainly sandy coastline, which caters for the would-be bathers. In addition to the splendid beaches of the “Budva Riviera”, the city also possesses a tiny, but beautiful, historic centre. Hotel Splendid Budva

Lake Skadar is the largest lake in the Balkan Peninsula. Located between Albania and Montenegro. One of the best places for exploring the lake area is the small village of Virpazar at the western edge of the lake. More...

The National Park Durmitor spreads across 39000 ha, and its area of 20000 ha has been included in the UNESCO since 1980. Zabljak, the city with the greatest height above the sea level in the Balkans, 1456 m, is situated here. It is surrounded by 23 mountain peaks over 2300m high. More...

The 82 km long Tara Canyon is the second longest canyon in the world. There are rocky and pebbly terraces, sandy beaches, high cliffs, and more than 80 large caves along the canyon. Rafting the Tara River is an incredible experience for adventurers and nature lovers. More... 

Skadar Lake, Montenegro
Skadar Lake, Montenegro
 


World Heritage Sites in Montenegro

Surrounded by mountains ranging from 1000m to 1700m high, situated at the eastern tip of Kotor Bay, lies the picturesque city of Kotor. Its city-core is the best preserved, of the cities along the Montenegrin coast , rich in medieval monuments. The walled medieval city-centre, with its winding, narrow little streets, squares and small churches, appears on the UNESCO World Heritage List. More...

The National Park Durmitor spreads across 39000 ha, and its area of 20000 ha has been included in the UNESCO since 1980. Zabljak, the city with the greatest height above the sea level in the Balkans, 1456 m, is situated here. It is surrounded by 23 mountain peaks over 2300m high. More...

Ulcinj apartment