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MONTENEGRO


Location - South east Europe; Capital - Podgorica; Population - 650,000; Currency - Euro MORE MONTENEGRO

From Budva it's a 45min bus ride to Kotor - October 2017.

 

euro1Montenegro uses the Euro, though it's not in the EU

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

montenegro309If you have the legs, take a climb up hundreds of steps for brilliant views of Kotor and the Bay of Kotor, shown here with the Church of our Lady of Remedy just below

 

montenegro304It might not look it but this view is a lot further up the hill compared to the first - see the city walls in the bottom right - Kotor

 

montenegro314The terracotta roofs of the Old Town - Kotor

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

montenegro338A bird's eye view of St Tryphon's Cathedral close to the marina - Kotor

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

montenegro305The Bay of Kotor from the castle - Kotor

 

montenegro339The domes of the Serbian Orthodox St Nicholas' Church - Kotor

 

montenegro340Drying laundry in the Old Town - Kotor

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

montenegro207Entering the Old Town via the southern Gurdic Gate - Kotor

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

montenegro204The quiet early morning streets of the Old Town - Kotor

 

montenegro206t's a peacefuary and this is the Dyfi River flowing out to the Irish - Kotor

 

montenegro214the righuary and this is the Dyfi River flowing out to the Irish - Kotor

 

montenegro213tes to Dyfi estuary and this is the Dyfi River flowing out to the Irish - Kotor

 

montenegro210 seauary and this is the Dyfi River flowing out to the Irish - Kotor

 

montenegro216n and on a coastal town with a picturesqu - Kotor

 

montenegro217St Tryphon's Cathedral - Kotor

 

montenegro227erting to type, I present my pet photo of boats on a shimmering sea - Kotor

 

montenegro223St Nicholas' Church and the xxx - Kotor

 

montenegro226ere the sea has gone walkies bac ocean - Kotor

 

montenegro233armouth via the lovely sweep of sand at Fairbourne

 

montenegro239 challenge to Llanfair PG's rather long name is this one, a stop o- Fairbourne

 

montenegro244sing the bridge over the Mawddach River heading to Kotor

 

montenegro247eally like this picture, where storm clouds are gathering over the Mawddach Estuary - Kotor

 

montenegro252 and pedestrian bridge over the Mawddach - Kotor

 

montenegro260strian bridge over the Mawddach - Kotor

 

montenegro274armouth harbour and the Irish Sea - Kotor

 

montenegro282the town itself is nothing special, Kotor

 

montenegro350he castle ve the coastal plain - to Perast

 

montenegro353cross Tremathe coastal plain - Perast

 

montenegro354limb the steps the coastal plain - Perast

 

montenegro356 and colourfDdrthe coastal plain - Perast

 

montenegro357my trip m the coastal plain - Perast

 

montenegro373the coastal plain - Perast

 

montenegro367sh flags fly the coastal plain - Perast

 

montenegro377m Kotor tlags fly the coastal plain - Perast

montenegro376otor tlags fly the coastal plain - Perast

 

montenegro381road tolags fly the coastal plain - Perast

 

montenegro380end has itlags fly the coastal plain - Perast

 

montenegro382e dagger is said to have left its mark on the Stlags fly the coastal plain - Perast

 

montenegro389 this smiling Welsh dragon adorning a mobile dentist unit - Tivat

 

montenegro394 bus ride furthelsh dragon adorning a mobile dentist unit - Tivat

 

montenegro396is must the n, from the bridge crossing the River Dee. The popular Corn Mill bar restaurant is on the left - Tivat

 

montenegro398ent to athis is another - unrelated - one, home to two Irish ladies (and elopers?) in the 18th century - Zanjice

 

montenegro399gollee River on its way from the Horseshnbridge Hotel on the way - Zanjice

 

montenegro406seshopretty walk along the towpath, about 45mins from the town centre - Mamula Island

 

montenegro416p the hill from the Horseshoe Falls are the ruins of the 13th- Otocic Gospa

 

 

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LINKS

https://getbybus.com - good site for booking bus tickets across the Balkans

www.montenegro.travel - official tourist site

www.zcg-prevoz.me - Montenegro trains

 

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