Montenegro Travel Guide is a travel information blog helping travelers from around the world to visit and experience the best of Montenegro.
Our main goal is to help visitors to discover Montenegro at its best, from Montenegros beautiful coastline to the amazing and charming mountains.
Montenegro is located in Southeast Europe. It has a coastline on the Adriatic Sea in the southwest and borders Croatia in the west, Bosnia, and Herzegovina in the northwest, Serbia in the northeast, Kosovo according to UNSCR 1244 in the east, and Albania in the southeast. Its capital and largest city are Podgorica, while Cetinje is marked as the Capital, which means the former capital.
The land was named (literally, “black mountain”) after the dark, mountainous forests that cover the mainland. About 60 percent of the country is more than 1,000 meters high (3,280 feet), and the highest peak Bobotov Kuk (Durmitor) reaches 2,522 meters (8,274 feet).
The Montenegrin coast is 294 km (183 mi) long. A significant feature of the Montenegrin coast is the Bay of Kotor, a fjord-like bay, which is a submerged river canyon. The Bay of Kotor is surrounded by mountains up to 1,000 m (3,281 feet) high, which plunge almost vertically into the sea.
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