The most interesting sights of Montenegro

About the country’s very meaning to paint in the hundredth time here I do not see the point, I will only say that this is a small and very friendly to the ours, the country is popular primarily by unassicious budget tourists, nudists and fans of eco-tourism. For them, excellent conditions for rest are created here, besides, it is quite low for Europe.

In the first place of my list The ancient city of which, The old part of which is protected by UNESCO as one of the most preserved medieval settlements of the Adriatic. Tourists usually inspect here powerful urban fortress walls with gates, hour tower, several palaces, as well as ancient church.

Second place occupies a very photogenic Hotel Sveti Stefan, Located on a small island in Budva. The hotel is located in the fortress based on the assumptions of historians at about the beginning of the 15th century. This is one of the main business cards of Montenegro, and one of the coolest hotels, at different times of his guests were Sophie Loren, Claudia Schiffer, Sylvester Stallone and other eminent personalities.

No less interesting and acting Orthodox Monastery Ostrog, Based in the 17th century and in the literal sense in the mountains (cut in rocks), about 15 km from Danilovgrad.

The most interesting sights of Montenegro

Next My list continues natural sights. In 1952, in Montenegro was created National Park "Durmitor", Named so in honor of the eponymous mountain range located on its territory. Durmitor Park is popular with climbers and tracking lovers. Here are beautiful mountain landscapes, plus among its most significant attractions there are 18 glacier lakes.

Here in the park is the second largest canyon in the world (after the American Grand Canyon) – Canyon River Tara. This deepest Canyon of Europe has a depth of up to 1,300 meters long, length is about 80 km, and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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