Clock tower in Kotor Montenegro the Balkans

Montenegro – Photo Diary

On a recent stay in Dubrovnik I decided to do a day trip to Montenegro. I booked this through a travel agent within the city walls of Dubrovnik called Sombrero Tours. It cost about 30 Euro for the tour. We were picked up at 7am and made our way to Montenegro. We stopped in Kotor and Budva. I did not have a huge amount of time in Montenegro. About an hour in Kotor and maybe two or three in Budva. The tour was not guided so we were left to explore these towns ourselves.  As I had so little time in this country, I don’t think it’s fair to give any advise on what to see or do. But I thought I could give you a taste of what this beautiful country looks like.

Kotor

Clock Tower and Mountains in Kotor Montenegro the Balkans

Old Building in Kotor, Montenegro, the Balkans

Buildings in Kotor, Montenegro, the Balkans

Stone Doorway in Kotor Montenegro, the Balkans

City Walls and Mountains Kotor Montenegro, the Balkans

Clock tower in Kotor Montenegro the Balkans

City Walls in Kotor Montenegro the Balkans

Budva

City Walls in Budva Montenegro, the Balkans

Alleyways in Budva, Montenegro the Balkans

Church in Budva, Montenegro, the Balkans

Window panels in Budva, Montenegro, the Balkans

Cafe and Palm Trees in Budva Montenegro, the Balkans

Vines in Budva Montenegro the Balkans

Marina in Budva, Montenegro, the Balkans

Trees in Kotor Montenegro, the Balkans

I do think Montenegro would make for a great beach holiday as it is just gorgeous and has these lovely towns to explore! It was also incredibly cheap, only 1.70 Euro for a pint! The fact that it uses euro is very handy too. Montenegro is not in the EU however so if you do make this day trip from Dubrovnik expect big delays at the border. I unfortunately had to wait for hours and hours to get back into Croatia.

Window panels in Budva Montenegro the Balkans

City Walls in Kotor Montenegro the Balkans

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Montenegro Photo Diary

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