WHERE TO GO
Montenegro is considered to be St. Tropez of the South-East Europe and from year to year, it is gaining in its elite sign. Land of spectacular beaches, dramatic peaks and canyons, elegant palaces and ancient towns has become one of the most attractive tourist regions in recent years. When you see and feel its amazing attraction, it becomes clear to you in a moment why.
1300 meters measures the canyon of the river Tara in depth
￼626.000 inhabitants, making it one of the small- est European nations
￼17-percent tourism growth every year
￼3.500 Euros costs overnight stay in a suite Sveti Stefan, which ranks Hotel Amman Sveti
Dramatic bay with a beautiful walled town, which oversees the deepest fjord in South East Europe.
The longest European and second longest canyon in the world.
Breath-taking mountain views, are rising almost from the seaful frescoes.
Miracle, embedded in a huge rock, visited every year by thousands of pilgrims from around the world
Amazing play of nature which has created a complete beauty
THE MOST ....
Montenegrins are the highest people in the world, with an average height of 186 cm for men and 171 cm for women.
With 48 people per square metre, Montenegro is the most sparsely populated country in Southern Europe.
Zabljak is 1485 meters above sea level, the highest altitude city in Europe.
Tara River is the largest fresh water reservoir in Europe.
The oldest and best-preserved glass in Europe from the 4th century BC was found near Pljevlja.
The first nautical school in the world operated in Perast.
WHAT ELSE TO DO
WHAT ELSE TO DO
Hoist the sails and discover the stunning beauty of the Montenegrin coast with high cliffs.
Take a mountain tour in the Durmitor National Park, where you can also try skiing, rafting or biking.
Enjoy a good meal in one of the seaside restau- rants in Budva, Herceg Novi or Ulcinj.
Feel like a star in the new Porto Montenegro, where Monaco and Russian rich park their yachts.
Try lozovača, a very strong, but (too) tasty national alcoholic drink.