Montenegro

Montenegro is a natural beauty on the Adriatic Coast, full of wonders, with varied landscapes such as beaches, mountains, lakes and rivers.

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It might not be the first destination that comes to mind when thinking about Mediterranean territories, but this gorgeous country is speedily making a reputation for itself as a wonderful place to explore.
Formerly part of Yugoslavia, having gained its independence only as late as 2006, Montenegro has adopted a more Western-oriented approach, being a member of many international political bodies such as the UN and NATO. More aware of their amazing natural potential that allows them to satisfy almost any traveller's tastes, from the adrenaline seeker to the laid-back beach lover or the cheerful mountaineer, locals have started to invest more and more into perfecting their hospitality services, which resulted in numerous five-star luxury hotels and high-end restaurants eager to welcome the high flux of tourists. Rich history, irresistible nature, exciting attractions, these are only a small part of what Montenegro has to offer.

Sensorial Experience

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"Do not judge a book by its covers" or a country by its size. Luckily enough for its inhabitants, nature has condensed a plenitude of riches on this tiny country. For a taste of the best, the Durmitor National Park has it all: glacier lakes, mountain peaks, a splendid canyon, Tara River, all under UNESCO World Heritage protection. If hiking and trekking get you all exhausted, then head towards the glamorous Budva Riviera where opulent parties on shiny yachts are daily activities. Definitely don't miss the stunning Boka Bay, the Skadar Lake with its countless bird species and the postcard-like, picture perfect Kotor Old Town, which is sure to leave you in awe. This is just a brief selection, the rest is for you to discover.

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A central place in Montenegro traditional music was occupied by the gusle, a string instrument specific for the region held, surprisingly, between one's knees. Starting with religious chants, then going to classical music, pop, rock, dance and hip-hop, Montenegro musicians have followed international trends, mixing Western influences with local beats. Popular artists include Rambo Amadeus, Vlado Georgiev, Biljana Mitrovic and Sergej Cetkovic.

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Due to such great diversity of relief, Montenegro flora is equally varied, which only adds to its special charm. What to expect in terms of olfactory experiences? Imagine a mix of fresh pine scent, sweet magnolia, woodsy cypress trees and minty eucalyptus. We would want to bottle that, wouldn't you?

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Montenegrin dishes, combining influences from neighbouring territories with ingredients and recipes particular to every region, from coastal to mountainous areas, are all packed with tasty flavours. Some dishes to try are popara, bread mixed with oil, cheese and milk, buzara, based on seafood, their special prosciutto made in Njegusi or Burek, pastry filled with cheese, spinach, meat or potatoes. No need for napkins, though, since you're sure to end up licking your fingers and for a good reason, this food is simply delicious.

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Once in Montenegro, you'll be feeling like a kid who's been given a little dully wrapped present and, while opening it, finds that the content goes way beyond his expectations. It's a place of beautiful surprises, of exciting adventures, homely atmosphere and impressive contrasts, an unexpected treasure attracting more and more explorers.

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