Montenegro

Montenegro is a Mediterranean country in Southeastern Europe. It has a coast on the Adriatic Sea to the southwest.
If we had to describe the European country of Montenegro with only two words, those words are undoubtedly: "mountain” and “sea”. 
Montenegro may be small in terms of area, but it boasts stunning mountainous landscapes, amazing coastlines, historic monuments and truly beautiful walled towns.
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24th Kotor Children’s Theatre Festival The Festival is traditionally held the first twelve days of July in Kotor – a magical backdrop, a UNESCO World Heritage site in one of the most beautiful bays in the world. It begins with the mayor of Kotor handing the keys of the Old Town to the children and thus, symbolically, the care of the town to them. The Festival was established in 1993 just a dozen steps from the building of the Kotor theatre in which the first puppet show was held in 1829., ...
Artistic and Archaeological Riches of Montenegro Montenegro has a tradition of art going back to prehistory, as testified to by the archaeological finds of paintings by prehistoric man in Lipci near Risan dating to the 8th century BC. The drawing represents a deer hunt, and also features a symbol of the rising sun and others. Another drawing has been discovered on a stone tablet in the Prokletije mountains in the north of Montenegro, depicting a prehistoric man and a wolf., The Crvena Stijena (Red Rock) site in Petrovići is around 30km from Nikšić...
A Celebration of Flowers There are not too many towns around the world that have a holiday dedicated to flowers, even less so a rare variety that manages to flower when few other plants can – despite the winter and cold., This rare flowering tree is the remarkable mimosa, in addition to the no less beautiful camellia, which also flowers in February. It remains unclear...
Hipmunk Hotels: Deep South Delights in Lafayette, Louisville, Durham, and More This post was originally published on traveltweaks's blog on April 15, 2016., Exploring the American Deep South is a delight for all types of travelers. Civil War...
Birdwatching in the Tivat Solila An ornithology trail has been opened in the special Tivat Solila birdwatching sanctuary, with two bird hides., The close proximity of the sea and the well-preserved geological features of this lagoon make it especially attractive for birds. The shallow saline water, abouding in marine life, and its silt bed rich in benthos, draw water birds to feed, overwinter and stop off during autumn and spring migrations. 47 water bird species have been recorded at Solila, of which 4 species are permanent residents...