Montenegro Travel Guides for Backpackers

Travel Guide to Biogradska Gora National Park

Biogradska Gora is a national park located within Bjelasica mountain, just 10 miles outside Kolašin, Montenegro. Biogradska Gora is widely known for its vast virgin forest, one of the only three remaining virgin forests in Europe. Covering the area of 21 square miles, the forest is full of life, endemic […]
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Italy: Milan and surroundings – places of interest and lifehacks

When we hear the word “Italy”, we, first of all, represent Venice, Florence and the capital — Rome. For many people, it is a secret that in Italy there is another capital. It is the “fashion capital” Milan. And the North of Italy, where this city is located, is no […]
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Vacation on the Dalmatian Sea

Since Winter is coming now for 7th seasons, Dubrovnik aka “King´s Landing” on the Adriatic sea has become more and more famous. People from all over the world want to visit the city and follow Cercei on her walk of atonement. And yes, I do admit, that the city is […]
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Mostar: How To Enjoy This Beautiful Yet Divided City

Mostar is a city in southern Bosnia and Herzegovina, within easy travelling distance from Sarajevo as well as Split and Dubrovnik (Croatia) and Kotor (Montenegro). Whether by bus or by train, the journey to Mostar is a pleasure in itself – along mountain roads and past green lakes and rivers. […]
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Cuyo, Palawan: A Hidden Paradise in the Philippines

Discovered in 1622 through barter trading, Cuyo stood as the Spanish Fort in Palawan. This paradise is also the oldest town in Palawan province that maintained its culture for more than 350 years. Widely spoken dialects within the town are Cuyonon (Cuyo), Agutaynen (Agutaya), & Hiligaynon. What’s more interesting in […]
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Surviving a Study Abroad in Budapest

  The City of BUDAPEST Probably one of the most cultural and historical cities in the world. Do not hesitate about its name: Which fun fact: it’s composed of two words representing the two parts of the city that conforms the capital of Hungary. The Buda side, mainly known by […]
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7 Cost Effective Things To Do in Kotor, Montenegro

“Monte-what?” I hear you say. Montenegro – roughly meaning “black mountain”, named so by the first explorers and sailors coming to the region – is situated on the Eastern coast of the stunning Adriatic coastline. This beautiful country shares borders with the equally interesting countries Bosnia & Herzegovina, Serbia, Kosovo […]
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Exploring the Adriatic Coast: Croatia & Montenegro

Dubrovnik The scenery around this spectacular area starts well before you even get off the plane. If you’re flying in any time during the day you’re in for a treat as you’ll be greeted with insane views of glistening aqua sea inlets amidst the mountainous terrain. My guess is that […]
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My time in Split, Croatia

Experience the Croatian culture I’ve been living in Split, Croatia for the five months now. The first time I visited was last year and I quickly fell in love with the city, the culture and the people. Therefore, I’d like to first give you a quick introduction and tell you […]
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Explore hidden beauty of Montenegro

Welcome to Podgorica! Podgorica is one of Europe's capital cities that fits into 'weird' category as lots of tourists walking by suggested. To feel Podgorica, you must have a local person or advice on hand because there's not much to find online. At first glance, you would notice dirty streets, […]
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Discover Montenegro – fairytale story to be experienced

Heading off to South-Eastern Europe? Where did East use to meet West through history? Feel ready to experience the best of the Balkans and explore country of vast contrasts in relatively small geographical location? Welcome to Montenegro, or Crna Gora (local expression means: Black Mountain), although small in size (covers […]
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3 days in Montenegro. A guide for irrepressible tourists.

Day 3. Bay of Kotor Here countdown begins! Today is our last full day in Montenegro. We are heading to Kotor to explore the bay. The plan is to join the boat tour that takes you directly from Budva to Kotor. But it failed since it operates only once per […]
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Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina – a city of bridges

The city of Mostar in Bosnia and Herzegovina is known as the city of bridges, but none have made such an indelible mark on the city as the Old Bridge. The city's name itself comes from the word mostari – the keepers of the bridge spanning the cold waters of […]
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Banja Luka – the adventure begins!

So lets start from the beginning I am originally from Croatia and before I came to live in Banja Luka at the age of 12, I came here only twice to visit relatives. Although I’ve been living in Bosnia and Herzegovina since 1992 and have visited most of it due to […]
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Cuyo Island: A Trip To Remember

Palawan is known for its beautiful islands and wide range of marine diversity which is the reason why locals and foreigners love to go there and experience this wonderful place. From the crystal clear waters to its amazing landscapes, no wonder why tourists visit there all year round. El Nido […]
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EXIT Festival – Music Adventure in Serbia and Montenegro

There is nothing that feels better than summer music festivals. Feeling of freedom, happiness overload, unforgettable experiences. It’s all I am looking for the whole year long – endless sunshine, good vibes, great people and amazing location! Therefore, there are four sacred days marked in my calendar and they are […]
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