Montenegro Tours Explore this gem of the Balkans on a multi-country guided tour

About Montenegro

Nestled on the Adriatic coast, Montenegro is a shinning gem in the Balkans that blends stunning natural landscapes with rich cultural heritage. From the rugged mountains, pristine beaches and charming medieval towns combined with vibrant modern cities, this small but diverse country offers an array of experiences for every traveler. Whether you're exploring the UNESCO World Heritage site of Kotor, or hiking through the majestic Durmitor National Park, Montenegro promises unforgettable adventures and a warm, welcoming spirit. Discover a destination where history and natural beauty collide, creating an enchanting escape that you won’t soon forget.

What to see in Montenegro

Kotor

Nestled between towering mountains and the Adriatic Sea, Kotor, Montenegro, is a UNESCO World Heritage site renowned for its stunning medieval architecture and vibrant cultural heritage. Visitors can explore the labyrinthine streets of the Old Town, marvel at the well-preserved city walls, and ascend to the ancient fortress of San Giovanni for breathtaking panoramic views. With its charming squares, historic churches, and lively waterfront, Kotor offers an unforgettable blend of history, natural beauty, and modern-day allure.

Perast

Perast is a hidden gem that captivates visitors with its charming blend of history and natural beauty. This UNESCO World Heritage site boasts stunning baroque architecture, historic churches, and captivating museums. Visitors can explore the town's rich maritime heritage, stroll along its scenic waterfront, or take a boat trip to the enchanting islets of Our Lady of the Rocks and St. George. Perast's tranquil ambiance, breathtaking views, and rich cultural heritage make it an ideal destination for travelers seeking a serene and enriching experience on the Adriatic coast.

Best of the Balkans

Combine beautiful Budapest in Hungary with all of these fascinating Balkan nations with our range of tours!

Slovakia

On some of our Balkans tours we pop into Slovakia to take in the country's capital, Bratislava. Travellers can explore Bratislava Castle, perched majestically above the Danube River, offering sweeping views of the city. And they can unwind in the welcoming atmosphere of local cafes and restaurants, savouring traditional Slovakian cuisine.

Frequently asked questions

Is English widely spoken in Montenegro?

Yes, whilst our tour guides are fluent in English many residents of Montenegro also speak English. While older generations might not speak English fluently, younger people and those working in tourism usually have a good command of the language.

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