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Format: 2015-06-03
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As you probably know by now, we’re heading to Sea Dance Festival in Montenegro to throw an immense party with some killer acts… But there’s plenty of time to indulge in other pursuits beyond the beats and beers.

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It’s official: we are AMPED for our first UKF On The Beach event at Sea Dance Festival this summer.

Between July 15 – 18 we’ll be bringing some serious heat to the golden sands of Budva beach, Montenegro. So far we’ve confirmed four massive heavyweights: The Prodigy, Rudimental, Sigma and Wilkinson. LOADS more are about to be revealed very soon.

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Extremely rich in sacred heritage of two great religions and mutual good  relationships between Ortodox which are dominant, Catholics and Muslims, is something we are particularly proud in Montenegro. Their relationship are very respectful. They visiting each other when are the religious hollidays and have familiar relations.

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With romantic medieval port towns and fine pebble beaches, the montenegrian coast offers glistening blue seas and a wealth of travel opportunities.

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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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Which destinations are most popular on Fodors.com? And where are the world's new tourism hot spots?

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There are certain destinations we all dream of traveling to one day: Paris, Rome, Bangkok, Rio de Janeiro, Jerusalem, Tokyo, New York City, Buenos Aires, Beijing, Stockholm.

They’re magical cities with cultures and histories that have shaped the dynamic fabric of our globalized world.

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Travel is back, and in a big way: according to a recent report by the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO), the tourism agency of the United Nations, international tourism hit a new record in 2014, with over 1.1 billion travelers traversing the globe. And although conventional wisdom says the world is getting smaller, the list of potential destinations for passionate travelers continues to grow.

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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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There are numerous exotic and appealing destinations that we desire to visit in our lifetime, but there is not a town that you’ll ever miss quite like Herceg-Novi. If you want to stay in a small, peaceful town, bathed in sunshine and teeming with legends and folktales you are in the right place!

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Responsible Innovation in Prokletije - Plav, Gusinje and Andrijevica.
Video prepared as part of Facilitating Responsible Innovation project, within South East Europe Program, funded by EU and implemented in Montenegro by Regional Development Agency for Bjelasica, Komovi and Prokletije.

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This week the Green Vagabonds are taking you to the coast of lovely Montenegro (Crna Gora). The country with amazingly high mountains, floody green forests, clean water lakes and of course, the Adriatic Sea coast.

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World Tourism and Travel Council (WTTC) has put Montenegro on the first place among the 184 countries where tourism is a strategic industry, according to the projected rate of growth in tourism in 2014, the report said WTTC.

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The first speaker in the new season of "Domestic and yet," the show in the form of an interview by Radio Tivat broadcast on Sundays from 13:15, was Prince Nikola Petrovic Njegoš, whose foundation Petrović-Njegoš of the beginning of the year in the Upper Lastva implementing the project of reconstruction of olive groves in order to revitalize agricultural village life.

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