The small Balkan country Montenegro combines relaxation on the beaches of the Adriatic Sea, the opportunity to explore the monuments of the Middle Ages, natural and historical sights at an affordable price.

Every year more and more tourists discover this amazing country. 

In order to come to Montenegro, a visa is not required.  Due to the fact that Montenegro is not a popular tourist destination and is not spoiled by the requests of wealthy travelers, the prices for accommodation, food and recreation in general in the country are very affordable.  Montenegro is perfect for a relaxing family vacation.  A vacation here will leave a lasting impression on tourists who prefer a rest at sea, along with a tour of historical, natural and cultural attractions. 

The youngest and most dynamically developing resort is the city of Tivat.  In its international airport many tourists arrive for a vacation in Montenegro.  In the center of Tivat is a well-preserved picturesque medieval castle.  Near the city in large numbers there are excellent beaches for relaxing on the sea coast.  In Tivat, there is a harbor where the most luxurious port for the most expensive and luxury yachts is located. 

For holidays in Montenegro from May to September it is best to choose Budva.  The city is a tourist center of the country with beautiful sandy beaches.  At leisure, tourists can visit the historic center of Budva, where there are many museums and beautiful ancient temples.  There is also a small zoo, various water parks and attractions that will not leave children indifferent.  In the bay of the city is the island of St. Nichola, where you can take a tour and visit the coastal village with cozy beaches. 

Literally 3 km from Budva is another resort town - Becici.  The highlight of the resort was a 2-kilometer pebble beach. 

The glory of the most beautiful and ancient city of Montenegro rightfully belongs to Kotor.  The area of ​​the old city, built in the 12-14th centuries, is fraught with many historical buildings and monuments of the Middle Ages.  The fortress wall, which once defended the city, is the second largest after the Great China and leads to the fortress of St. John.  Kotor streets offer picturesque views of the most beautiful bay of the Old World - Boka Kotorska.

Fans of extreme sports and outdoor activities will have a great time in the city of Zabljak.  It is the highest mountain village of the European continent.  Having a rest in Zabljak, tourists will be able to make trekking and horseback riding along the high mountains, ride mountain bicycles, go mountain climbing or rafting on fast mountain rivers, not to mention paragliding.

Resting in Montenegro you can go on a tour of the canyons.  In just 14 hours tourists will be able to see almost the whole country, drive along the canyons formed by the Tara and Moracha rivers, see the highest automobile bridge and visit a beautiful ancient monastery.