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Montenegro is a rising contender among European tourist destinations, yet with an affordable price level. Many of the country’s destinations are a mixture of historic cities and beaches, and the distances along the coast are convenient.

Indeed, Montenegro is a great destination to visit several places at once.

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Destination guides in Montenegro

Budva can be divided into three parts: The Old Town and the surrounding protective walls, the more modern part of the city, and the three-kilometer long beach with plenty of bars and restaurants. Budva is the most versatile of the Montenegrin destinations, where visitors of all ages will certainly enjoy themselves.

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Herceg Novi is a historic town by the Bay of Kotor. In addition to its Old Town, the town contains a several-kilometers-long promenade, beaches and piers for sunbathing. There are also two different neighboring towns at both ends of the promenade, providing variation to Herceg Novi.

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The historic Old Town of Kotor, encircled by medieval walls, is one the gems of the Mediterranean with plenty of things to experience along its narrow alleys. The town is located at the bottom of the Bay of Kotor, and it used to be an important maritime center in the era of the republic of Venice. There are buildings of the time still standing firmly in place.

In mid-summer, Kotor is packed with tourists. As such, spring and early autumn are more suitable periods for the visit.

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The small and quiet town of Perast is situated on the finest location by the Bay of Kotor. Perast is well suited for a day trip, or if the goal is just to relax by the sea at the foot of a mountain, it works for a longer stay as well.

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Tivat is a traditional Montenegrin maritime town. Porto Montenegro, which is located right next to it, is a Dubai-owned luxurious harbor and residential area. Together these totally different areas create a nice contrast that complement each other. It feels as though you’re visiting in two different worlds at once.

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With a history dating back to over 2 000 years, Ulcinj is one of the oldest towns by the Adriatic Sea. The picturesque, idyllic Old Town is situated on a hilltop right next to the center of the town. Nonetheless, Ulcinj is first and foremost a beach destination apt for the whole family. The main beach is situated at the center. A few kilometers away, there’s another fine sandy beach with 13 kilometers in length.

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