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Format: 2015-08-28
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The trip to Montenegro is long, but as soon as we arrived on our first campsite we are confrontated wit.th the way of life of the Montenegrin: polako, take it easy. And we like that very much.

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Europe is blessed with many beaches of coffee-table book beauty, but it’s the sheer variety of them that sets it apart. From Caribbean-quality strips of sand and glinting water to storm-sculpted collisions of land and sea, few parts of the world offer beach lovers such breadth of choice.

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From a rave in an abandoned Polish coalmine to bonfires and bunting in the Bulgarian mountains, these under-the-radar festivals are an excuse to explore new musical landscapes....

Southern Soul Festival, Montenegro

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Nenad Knežević Knez, a very popular Montenegrin pop singer is one of our very first Eurovision contestants for 2015.

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Podgorica has a new cafe/coffee shop. No surprise really. Cafes seem to come and go in this part of the world on a regular basis. However, something new is being produced from latte to latte.

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REGENT Hotels & Resorts has opened a glamorous new waterfront property in Montenegro’s super-yacht marina, the rapidly emerging Adriatic playground for the mega-rich.

The first hotel in a small enclave that was once headquarters for the Austro-Hungarian Imperial Navy, the Regent is endowed with classically handsome good looks inspired by the Venetian-influenced palazzi dotted about Boka Bay.

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A destination often has an iconic building or place that one instantly associates with it. Think Taj Mahal for India, The Eiffel Tower for France. However, the photo often used to promote the tiny Balkan country of Montenegro is in fact an uber luxury Aman resort, the Aman Sveti Stefan.

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Miloš Karadaglić, the classical guitarist, shares his favourite haunts in the coastal town of his homeland.

Why Kotor?

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Ah, Montenegro.  I knew I’d love it.  I knew it would be beautiful.  But I had no idea that it would have the kind of beauty to knock me off my feet and render me speechless!

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Title: CLUB HOTEL RIVIERA
Location name: NJIVICE
Municipality: HERCEG NOVI 
Type of beach: Resort beach (even it is hotel beach, access to other visitors is allowed without paying entrance)
Beach facilities: Beach bar and restaurant, playground, dressing rooms, sanitary facilities (toilettes, showers)
Has handicap facilities: YES

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EXIT Adventure: SEA DANCE festival line up & amazing location (15. - 17. July 2014)

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One of the most loved artists of our time, the frivolous Jamiroquai with their extravagant lead singer Jay Kay, are main stars of EXIT’s sea edition, Sea Dance festival held from 15th to 17th July on one of the most beautifully captivating beaches of the Adriatic Sea, Jaz beach, near Budva in Montenegro.

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The Peace Boat's 83rd Global Voyage departed from Yokohama on 13 March 2014, and it will return to Japan on 24 June 2014 covering a north and south hemisphere route including visits to Sri Lanka, Jordan, Greece, Morocco, Venezuela, Peru, Tahiti and Hawaii. This voyage also marks Peace Boat's first visit to Brunei and Montenegro. The Peace boat will sail into Kotor on 20 April 2014.

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Baku, Azerbaijan (4 April 2014) – Montenegro’s Minister of Tourism and Sustainable Development Branimir Gvozdenović met with Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev during the Azerbaijan International Travel and Tourism Fair (ATIF 2014), which takes place in Baku.

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