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Ecotourism Excursions

  Ecotourism Excursions (various locations within Montenegro) – given the country’s natural beauty (personified by the country’s omnipresent black mountains), Montenegrin tourism outfit “Explorer” offers visitors a variety of excursions (some for one day, others for two days or more) that give them the opportunity to familiarize themselves with the country’s natural beauty. Summer activities […]

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Diving

  Diving (Montenegro coastline) — the southern coastline of Adriatic is complemented by many small and secluded beaches, some accessible only by sea. Lack of heavy industry and exploitation, left this beautiful 200km od Adriatic shore line vastly untouched and its waters clean. Over past several years, Montenegro has been becoming one of the Europe’s […]

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Buljarica

Buljarica (beach)(near Petrovac) – this beach probably has the greatest tourism potential of the Montenegrin Coast. The cove stretches from Cape Resove to Cape Dubovica, and this is the longest beach on the Adriatic Sea. It is situated 1 km south from Petrovac and it is a long, sandy beach. There are also a couple […]

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TQ Plaza

TQ Plaza (Mediteranska nn, 88310 Budva) – located just a short walk from the beach, this shopping center has various retailers, a pharmacy, banks, a supermarket, a few restaurants, and a movie theater. There’s also office space and an apart-hotel. Most of the retail brands found here are local & regional (Eastern European), with the […]

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Palazzo Shopping Centre

Palazzo Shopping Centre (Budva) – this is a two-level shopping center, which is just a walk away from Busva’s seaside promenade. Certain brands like Victoria’s Secret, Cavalli, and Botticelli are found there. Along with apparel, one cal find footwear and certain accessories. What Palazzo isn’t is a huge mega shopping mall (such as “Delta City” […]

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Mall of Montenegro

  Mall of Montenegro (Bulevar Bratstva i Jedinstva 85, Podgorica) – opened in 2010, this shopping center (built over a one-time open air marketplace) includes a marketplace known as “Green Bazaar”, a Ramada hotel, as well as the Mall itself (making it the largest mall in Podgorica). A few international brands are sold here (such […]

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Kamelija

Kamelija (Square Mata Petrovića, 85330 Kotor) – first opened in the 1980s, this regional shopping center (located just north of Kotor’s medieval city walls) went through a major renovation in recent times. A number of shops (carrying mainly regional brand items), cafes and other amenities are found within this shopping mall’s three levels. A pharmacy, […]

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Delta City

Delta City (Cetinjski put bb, 81000 Podgorica) – this was Montenegro’s first major shopping mall, consisting of both regional and international retailers, along with amenities associated with such malls (like a multiplex theater, fast food eateries, and children’s play areas). International retailers found there include Aldo, Geox, Guess, Hilfiger Denim, Marks & Spencer, Nine West, […]

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Wow Lounge

Trocadero (Mediteranska 4, Budva) – located within a former movie theater in Budva, this is one of the largest nightclubs not only in Montenegro, but anywhere in the former Yugoslavia. Because of its size, it holds various musical events featuring both local and international artists.

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Trocadero

Torine (29 Alekse Šantića, Boreti) – located near Bečići Beach, this is a popular venue with the local college-age crowd, who used this nightspot to unwind after a day at the beach. The interior stands out because it is rustic and resembles a peasant cottage (complete with wooden stools & chairs (some covered with fur). […]