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Best Day-Trips in Montenegro

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Tourists are just starting to discover the wonders of Montenegro. Here are some of the best sites to see while you’re there.

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Durmitor National Park Report Abuse
Plan at least two days to explore this massive mountain range nestled between Serbia and Bosnia-Herzegovina. You’ll find excellent skiing, rock-climbing and hiking here.
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White water rafters come from across the globe to ride the Tara, the second-largest (after the Colorado) river canyon in the world.
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Skadar Lake Report Abuse
On the border of Montenegro and Albania, this is the largest lake in the Balkans. Its banks are covered with wild pomegranate and olive trees, and dotted with fishing villages.
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Mount Lovcen Report Abuse
After climbing more than 450 steps from the parking area, you’ll find the mausoleum of Petar II Petrovic Njegos, the most celebrated national poet of Montenegro, as well as a stunning view of the surrounding mountains.
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This beautiful town at the base of Mount Lovcen is the cultural and artistic capital of Montenegro.
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Perast Report Abuse
This is an easily overlooked fishing village on Kotor Bay, but you won’t want to miss it. Be sure to hire a boat for a five-minute ride to Our Lady of the Rocks church.
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Podgorica Report Abuse
Brimming with cafes and boutiques, this is the capital and largest city of Montenegro.
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Purported to be the oldest (at least 2,000 years old) olive tree in Europe, this preserved site just outside of Bar.
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