I'm looking for some advice on where to stay in Montenegro. My boyfriend and I are in our late 20s and plan a 10 day visit to Montenegro in September, including Dubrovnik as well. Although we plan to change accomodation for Dubrovnik and Durmitor NP, we would like to rent an appartment somewhere around the coast line to visit Kotor, Budva, Lovcen NP, Skadar lake, etc.. Probably for about 5 days. Where should we stay, taking into account that:
- we enjoy a private dinner on our balcony…
I would like to buy a prepaid card for my Smartphone once we arrive in Montenegro as I need to go online once in a while. I'll probably be fine with 500 MB of mobile data which I will use within 4 weeks.
Any recommendations? How much will it roughly be?
Oh and we will be travelling several country on the Balkan (Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, possibly Albania). Are there any companys that service several countries with one prepaid card?
Next week we are staying in Cetinje for 5 days. We already bookend a boattrip on lake Skadar but now the question... How we get from Cetinje to Virpazar? I saw that there is no direct busconnection neither a train.
Hi everyone, I would like to rent a car in Zagreb (so far the cheapest rental in the area for $9/day although I am assuming that in reality it would be more like $20 after all their add ons) and drive around the Balkans beginning more or less in the second week of September but I am flexible; and from there going with the flow. My plan is to go as far east as Moldova and everything in between with no time constrains on my side.
I would like to keep a low budget U$40 a day not including car…
Are there any buses that connect the Lustica beaches (like Zanjic/Mirista/Rose) with Tivat or Kotor or is it necessary to take the taxi boats from Herceg Novi.
Also, I was wondering, if all the small bays/beaches along the adriatic coast between Bar and Ulcing or between Sutomore and Budva are served by bus. Do the intercity buses only stop in bigger towns or anywhere where there is a bustop sign and somebody waiting? How far do the city buses from Bar and Budva reach along the coast? Is there…
I'm a solo traveller and I don't drive and wondered about local transport to see the Tara river/raft. I am planning to book a day or overnight rafting trip around the 18th July
I am travelling from Budva and was curious on the quality of the bus travel. Does anyone have any experience or tips to travel around in the area? I am bit nervous about being stranded if I do catch a bus to the park!
Thanks in advance
Hoping to go spend two full days in Durmitor National PArk, one rafting and one hiking. We would be starting from Sveti Stefan and returning to Kotor. Would we be better to go through an agency in order not to waste so much time on a bus. Don't want to spend a fortune, but also trying to make the most out of our annual holiday. Are there any agencies that would pick up from Sveti Stefan or we'd have to go to Budva first?
I’ve kept telling my friends visiting Montenegro from abroad that probably the best feature of this country is driving off its main roads. The Montenegrin Ministry of Tourism has finally started doing something about it and recently opened the first of many planned tourist-driving routes. It’s not only about driving, but stopping along for views, hiking, having a meal or coffee too.
The panoramic route #4 is (Circuit around Korita) is wonderful and easily doable in a day from Podgorica. The…