• Montenegro
  • CULINARY DELIGHTS OF MONTENEGRO

    Niksic beer and priganice

    Montenegrin cuisine… does it really exist? Yes, but it is specific for each region, reflecting the country’s geographic position, culture and history. It goes without saying that the influence of the cuisine of several other nations – Serbia, Italy, Croatia and Turkey – makes it rich in the most varied dishes and tastes. Of course, there […]

  • Balkans
  • MY 5 FAVORITE CAMPSITES IN THE BALKANS

    Etno selo Vukovic camping1

    Are you traveling the Balkans by camper van this summer? In that case you might need some tips about “special” campsites. We have accompanied two camper groups from the Netherlands through Montenegro, Albania and Macedonia last month and this seems to be a good reason to share our experience and give some recommendations. MONTENEGRO Ethno-village […]

  • Montenegro
  • HIKING IN THE BJELASICA MOUNTAINS

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    On our round trip through the Balkans with a Dutch camper group, we made a stop in Etno Selo Vuković – Camping Savardak, located around 15 km from Bijelo Polje. What a beautiful place! Good campsites are very rare in the northern part of Montenegro, but this resort, situated among lush green mountains, is an […]

  • Montenegro
  • CRKVICE – GRKAVAC: HIKING THROUGH THE SEA OF STONE

    Kom fortress

    Guest blogger: Nataša Đukanović There is an expression in our language which describes the karst region we live in as – “ljuti kamen”. It is difficult to translate this into English or probably any other language, as it is impossible to use the literal translation – “angry stone”. It also applies to the hard life of the people […]

  • Montenegro
  • KRNJICE – A NEW BOAT CRUISE ON SKADAR LAKE

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    The most popular boat trips on Skadar Lake are a combination of pelican spotting and visiting medieval monasteries. We have explored Skadar Lake by boat many times and I thought that I had seen all interesting places around the Lake, including lots of pelicans and other birds. But this weekend we were invited by Jelena […]

  • Montenegro
  • APRIL FLOWERS OF KUČKA KORITA

    grape hyacinths

    It’s April, and numerous almond trees decorate the hills of Kučka Krajina with their white-pink flowers. Bladder-senna shrubs show their bright yellow flowers along the roads and the meadows have got a gentle green color. But on the plateau of Kučka Korita, at an altitude of more than 1350 m above sea level, nature is […]

  • Montenegro
  • THE OLD TOWN OF BUDVA

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    Dozens of travel journalists and bloggers have written articles about Budva, the capital of Montenegro’s tourism. Some of them find this resort disappointing because of the overcrowded beaches, numerous high-rise buildings, loud music and high prices, but most visitors – in particular young people – are enchanted with Budva’s wonderful beaches, charming old town and […]

  • Montenegro
  • 7 EARLY SPRING FLOWERS IN MONTENEGRO

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    Spring is in the air and nature is awakening in Montenegro. The cornel trees show their tiny yellow blossoms and the white-pink flowers of almond trees can be noticed everywhere. The woodlands around Skadar Lake are covered with carpets of crocuses and snowdrops and the first spring flowers also appear in the wetlands along rivers […]