Travel Blogs from Serbia and Montenegro

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Little Venice in Montenegro, Perast, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Little Venice in Montenegro

A travel blog entry by schwate

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Hallo zusammen, am naechsten Tag ging es dann Richtung Kroatien. An der Bucht von Kotor gibt es noch einige weitere kleine Staedtchen, mein erster Stop war in Perast, einer venezianischen Kolonie , die heute eine ziemlich verschlafene Kleinstadt ist (es ...

Wet belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia travel blog

Wet belgrade

A travel blog entry by senorbrian

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... infact it was always self inflicted that being people were protesting over something and ended up sacking the building. Overall i really like Serbia and Belgrade has a great feel to it and the woman as with everywhere in the Balkans are amazing ...

Shame about the weather., Nis, Serbia travel blog

Shame about the weather.

A travel blog entry by richierich33

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Wanted to see somewhere else in Serbia before crossing into Kosovo and various reviews said Nis was nice so thought i'd give it the benefit of the doubt. Well maybe on a sunny day it's nice but from when I arrived at 3pm until I went to bed it ...

The perks of being handicapped, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

The perks of being handicapped

A travel blog entry by bwells

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... . So, we then wheel and hop across town to a place one of the hostel workers recommended. The nice thing about Serbia is that everything is cheap. Mo and I ate a full meal (complete with soup, appetizers, and a drink) for about twenty euro; talk about a ...

The Rakija Family, Novi Sad, Serbia travel blog

The Rakija Family

A travel blog entry by amyope

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... (hundred) pictures on my trip and bought my fair share of Serbian snacks for the 8 hour trip back.  In Serbia we visited both Novi Sad and Belgrade (the capital) and spent a total of 3 days and 2 nights.  We found that the Serbian equivalent of ...

The money of Montenegro..., Budva, Montenegro travel blog

The money of Montenegro...

A travel blog entry by bekstaarr

... other eager, like-minded travellers (ok, that's a bit over the top - other middle-aged package tourists more like it!) on the road to Montenegro. After finding out about it the day before, i decided 'what the hell' and to go on it - after all, it only ...

Costantino's polis, Nis, Serbia travel blog

Costantino's polis

A travel blog entry by sirfermor

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La nottata è stata un inferno. Il mio compagno di stanza marsigliese russava così forte da tenere svegli anche quelli che dormivano nella stanza a fianco. Dovendo fare un paragone, lo definirei simile al rumore di un orso ferito da una motosega. Quindi ...

A Stormy Birthday in Kotor, Kotor, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

A Stormy Birthday in Kotor

A travel blog entry by mylifesjourney

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... the weather wasn't so bad. But today it was horrible. It started out with light showers in the morning followed by lightning and thunder for a few hours accompanied with strong winds and then came the rain, and rained and blew all day long. Our anchorage ...

Belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Belgrade

A travel blog entry by jeffandmarie

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... , Orthodox Churches Dinner: Sesir Moj Wine: Vravnac 2004, Plantaze The sign outside Sesir Moj says old Belgrade ambiance, traditional food and gypsy music. We received all three, but not in equal measure. We were seated next to a very large party of ...

Pirot to Nis, Nis, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Pirot to Nis

A travel blog entry by sethandholly

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Pirot to Nis, Nis, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Pirot to Nis

A travel blog entry by sethandholly

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Nis to Zajecar, Zajecar, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Nis to Zajecar

A travel blog entry by sethandholly

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Budva, Montenegro, Budva, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Budva, Montenegro

A travel blog entry by rnriggins

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... same developer. I think that's horrendous when you sell one of the countries biggest tourist attractions to a private party but Montenegro has done this in several instances. The biggest challenge I have with the beaches here is walking on the large ...

Molunat, Metale, Croatia travel blog

Molunat

A travel blog entry by davechrisdamo

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Spent the morning in Dubrovnik, and left reluctantly to camp near the Montenegro border. Couldn't find a free lay by, but did find a pretty excellent campsite in Molunat.  Other than us and the omnipresent German campervan, the town seemed to be ...

Subotica - the adventure begins, Subotica, Serbia travel blog

Subotica - the adventure begins

A travel blog entry by lostalready

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... fields of sunflowers, the driver miming 'end of the line', no border in sight. Thankfully, it was walking distance and 10 minutes later we were stamped out of Serbia and started the 10minute walk across to the Hungarian border. The fun was just ...

Unser Beifahrer bekommt Papiere, Nacionalni Park Durmitor, Montenegro travel blog

Unser Beifahrer bekommt Papiere

A travel blog entry by gawe-ella

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... können.  Aber! Kein Problem, der Kollege checkt das. Ja, kostet 25 Euro. Sollen wir doch über Montenegro fahren? Der Versicherungsmensch kennt Montenegro vorgeblich wie seine Westentasche und rät ab. Es sei natürlich unsere ...

Cooties, Belgrade, Serbia travel blog

Cooties

A travel blog entry by mugharrington

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Week Two: Belgrade, Serbia There are too many sick people on this ship and they have given me their cooties.  I am not 100% today.  These early mornings and cold, rainy days, people constantly coughing, blowing their noses, and sneezing ...

Albanian Town in Montenegro, Ulcinj, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Albanian Town in Montenegro

A travel blog entry by schwate

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... ? Stempel gab es erneut keine:-( Die Reise fuellt meinen Reisepass nicht besonders. Ulcinj ist eine ueberwiegend albanische Stadt in Montenegro (das grosse Problem hier auf dem Balkan ist ja, dass in jedem Land Minderheiten leben, die an einigen Stellen ...

more siteseeing, Novi Sad, Serbia travel blog

more siteseeing

A travel blog entry by 57432

The Cathedral- St. Mary was very good but I reccommend that you find out how to get there and once your there be sure to have a guide as the crowds can be so big that only people with a guide can go into the under ground part where they say St. mary ...

rain and sun but still a nice day, Budva, Montenegro travel blog

rain and sun but still a nice day

A travel blog entry by senorbrian

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... being renovated in the offseason with that not much to captivate my attention for more then a day or so. I walked around the town and several nearby towns for 6 hours today, my feet are sore from all the walking i been doing lately you'd think after 2.5 ...

Dani the champion of the world, Sombor, Serbia travel blog

Dani the champion of the world

A travel blog entry by samuelfensterhe

... a sign saying that I was entering another country and apart from my use of Hungarian to the Serbian border guard everything went smoothly and I got a Serbian stamp in my passport. As usual some of my ride was spent in my own little dream world. Some of ...

Where are those bloody Black Mountains?, Kotor, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Where are those bloody Black Mountains?

A travel blog entry by yiyipete

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... , Montenegro is another stunning walled sitting on a bay (or "Fjord" as they call it), along the Adriatic. Montenegro just recently gained independence from Serbia (although Travelpod doesn't seem to have caught on yet) and is part of the EU now. The ...

Belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia travel blog

Belgrade

A travel blog entry by jedhuggett

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Bellgrade wasnt a bad place. They have a rediculas exchange rate. I spent 600 bux on a plate of nachose for lunch.   Went out on he town that night. Cost me 250 bux (din) for a beer. How ever 1 euro =100 din so its not bad bad but you fell rich with ...

National Park, Zabljak, Croatia travel blog

National Park

A travel blog entry by kellyann

We have been busy busy, sorry for not posting in a while.  We spent a few days in a national park in Montenegro.  It was quite an adventure to get there.  We took a very small bus on a one way road which was used to go both ways, with ...

Mountains, finally!, Majdanpek, Serbia travel blog

Mountains, finally!

A travel blog entry by samuelfensterhe

... be likely to happen, but I had been jubious. How wrong I was, Milijan was a really cool guy, full of englightening conversation and remarkably open minded considering the size of the town. After a wash and some passul, a type of sausage soup we met up ...

Russian Invasion, Budva, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Russian Invasion

A travel blog entry by schwate

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... an sich ist schon recht teuer verglichen mit Albanien) und fahren nach Fahrplan! Budva ist die Tourismus Hochburg von Montenegro, hier fallen die Pauschalreisenden wie eine biblische Plage ein. 90% der Pauschis kommen aus dem Ostblock, Russen, Ukrainer, ...

Apr 24, 2012, Beograd, Serbia travel blog

Apr 24, 2012

A travel blog entry by loveambassadors

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first day of sitseeing, Novi Sad, Serbia travel blog

first day of sitseeing

A travel blog entry by 57432

really awesome and i would totally do it again and again. tommorow i will be going to the cathedral- St. ...

Kosovo is a country Travelpod!, Pristina, Serbia travel blog

Kosovo is a country Travelpod!

A travel blog entry by senorbrian

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... so strange as well you see the albanian flag more often then the kosovo flag. The hostel is ok its more like a hotel and the receptionists seem clueless about everything it took them 20 min of chatter between themselfs to figure out that i was infact not ...

kotor, Kotor, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

kotor

A travel blog entry by jamangie

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... the most spectacularıly sıted cıtıes ın the world. As a sıde note to thıs as we don't have any other blogs from Montenegro we'd just lıkely to quıckly gıve the capıtal of Montenegro, Podgorıca, the rubber chıcken award for beıng the ...

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