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Rugged limestone peaks give way to pebbly coves and the turquoise waters of the Adriatic in impossibly beautiful Montenegro. Explore this crossroads of Ottoman, Greek and Slavic cultures with a tourHQ guide.

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Dusan Drakic

Dusan Drakic

I am a specialist in tourism (University of tourism and hospitality, Kotor). I work as a teacher in ...

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Ana B.

Ana B.

Hi, my name is Ana!I know Montenegro inside and out, and as your tour guide I'll help you ...

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Djordje Pupavac

Djordje Pupavac

Dear Guests, my name is Đorđe, but guests from around the globe usually call me George.  I ...

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Milos Radovic

Milos Radovic

Hello there!Welcome to Montenegro, my beautiful home country!My name is Miloš Radović, and I live ...

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Mirko Pantovic

Mirko Pantovic

Hey y'all...My name is Mirko Pantovic and I am 28 years old. I was born and raised in the ...

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Dimitrije Jovicic

Dimitrije Jovicic

Hello, I am Dimitrije. As a local guide do four years and for two years I have my team of guides ...

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Filip Kokotovic

Filip Kokotovic

Hello! My name is Filip. My hometown is Kotor, an absolute gem surrounded by mountains and hidden ...

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Mladen Lalatovic

Mladen Lalatovic

Hello everyone! I love my country so much that I find great pleasure to show it to foreign ...

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Filip Cadjenovic

Filip Cadjenovic

Hello everyone. :) My name is Filip and I'm tour guide from Montenegro. I was born in ...

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Miodrag Janićijević

Miodrag Janićijević

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Novak Irić

Novak Irić

My name is Novak and I come from Montenegro. I am a licenced tour guide. I am a specialist in ...

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Marijana Nikovic

Marijana Nikovic

Hello, my name is Marijana. I am 30 years old.I was born and raised in one small town inside ...

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Natasa Zivkovic

Natasa Zivkovic

My name is Natasa and I’m 26 years old . I’m a translator and a tour guide. My home town is ...

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Dragan Popovic

Dragan Popovic

I was born at Cetinje but I spent my childhood at village Njegusi where my ancestors lived for last ...

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Vesna AlaVanja

Vesna AlaVanja

I decided to challenge myself as a guide in 2008 after being involved in various international ...

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Zorka  Raicevic

Zorka Raicevic

Since I was on 2nd year on university, in 2003. I started working as Tour guide in ...

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Montenegro

The small Adriatic country of Montenegro is a compact conglomeration of natural wonders and majestic towns that’s long been one of the gateways to the European east. Today, it stands as a perfect amalgam of Balkan culture and forward-thinking pan-Europeanism, a place where Slavic tourists flock to enjoy the rugged beaches in the summer and where all the curious cultural nuances of a turbulent history still mark the metropolitan centres.
To the southwest of the country, visitors will find the stunning Lov?en National Park, where the sharp ridges of the Crna Gora that is Montenegro’s namesake dominates the horizon. Nearby, the medieval town of Kotor is one of the most-visited spots in the country, where the azure waters of the Boka Kotorska flood their way inland; a favourite tip of many a Montenegro tour guide.
The capital of Podgorica remains one of Eastern Europe’s more laid-back metropolises, and is still home to an array of surviving Ottoman relics that are definitely worth the trip. In the winter the capital also doubles as a great jump off point to the range of budget ski resorts at Kolasin and Durmitor in the north.

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