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Durmitor was declared a national park in 1952 (with Lovcen and Biogradska Gora). Durmitor National Park spreads in the Durmitor Mountains and also in a narrow belt along the Tara river to Mojkovac.
If you are thinking about spending a vacation in the country with lots of greenery, beautiful mountains and yet being on the sea, Montenegro is your choice. The truth is that the shores are usually overcrowded in summer. But still worth it.
We way towards the end of our journey in Montenegro is slow but sure. In the last part we have real “icing on the cake” for you – a visit of magical sunny bay of Pržno and its amazing sandy beach.
Perast, we visited this picturesque and magical town with a rich history in previous part of our series. Today we will move few kilometers further to the Adriatic Sea where we will introduce you popular town of Budva.
In the previous part of our series we visited Kotor, which has the most preserved historical architecture in Europe. Today we continue to neighboring Perast, a town only few kilometers away from Kotor lying beneath the hill of St. Elijah. Not long ago this popular summer resort fought for its existence.
In our travel cross Montenegro, today we will now continue. After we knew the city of bustling promenades Tivat, this time we head to the Middle Ages. Literally! We will visit the town of Kotor, with the best preserved historical architecture in Europe.
In a previous article we talk about painful way to "green" state of Montenegro. Together we crossed the narrowest part of the famous "pirate" Kotor Boka Bay, to enjoy it in the following lines could, but also to get to know the youngest and also busiest town of Tivat.
In our new miniseries about Montenegro, a small country on the Balkan Peninsula, you will found out not only about the history and natural heritage, but also about the peculiar life of local residents. In the first part we will do the arduous journey to this "environmentally friendly" country in Europe, at least according to traveller's guidebooks.
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