Travel Blogs from Serbia and Montenegro

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Borderless Travels, Uzice, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Borderless Travels

A travel blog entry by impressionsbykk

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... confusion is Serbia and Kosovo. Apparently Serbia refuse to recognise Kosovo is separate to them so if you go to Kosovo before entering Serbia and you have a Kosovo stamp in your passport, there is a risk Serbia will refuse you entry into Serbia! I'm not ...

Euros in the Russian run Montenegro, Kotor, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Euros in the Russian run Montenegro

A travel blog entry by koaclarck

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What It's Like to Chill with the Most Ruthless Men, Serbia and Montenegro, Serbia travel blog

What It's Like to Chill with the Most Ruthless Men

A travel blog entry by lpcyu

... cash while I merely waited. He didn't rob me and returned with my Euros. Surprisingly, I found everyone in both Serbia and Montenegro very honorable in their business dealings; even if those dealings are organized crime. Upon receiving my Euros from ...

Kosovo, Pristina, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Kosovo

A travel blog entry by redtilly

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... monastery is guarded by armed guards from Nato's Kosovo Force.  We needed to hand in our passports at the guard's office and get a little entry pass.  The little chapel was really nice, marble floors and the wall frescos looked like they were ...

Mount Lovcen, Cetinje, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Mount Lovcen

A travel blog entry by lilyc

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... We climbed the 461 steps (I did with difficulty after yesterday's mountain ride). And visited the mausoleum of Njegos, the previous Montenegro ruler. Supposedly view were spectacular, stretching across the Adriatic coast to ...

The newest country on earth, Budva, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

The newest country on earth

A travel blog entry by stevecori

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... . Nobody likes hyphenation (especially the person or entity whose appellation comes after the hyphen), so as expected, Montenegro broke away from Serbia and thereby made itself the newest youngest country in the world. (As an editorial aside, we are ...

Belgrade New party capital of europe, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Belgrade New party capital of europe

A travel blog entry by nstarkey77

... birds are singing.. the butterfly's are mating.. well I assume so from the way they are chasing each other.. We arrived in Serbia yesterday after travelling from Krakow the day before.. we did a marathon 17 hours and three train trips.. and we got in ...

Taking a trip over the border, Kotor, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Taking a trip over the border

A travel blog entry by wrlondon

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Italians abound, Budva, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Italians abound

A travel blog entry by wrlondon

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magla svuda magla oko nas, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

magla svuda magla oko nas

A travel blog entry by hawkeyepg

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Pisanje o tome gde putujes je zanimljivo koliko i samo putovanje jer omogucava da vodis dnevnik a da se to tako ne zove, uz to sumiras sve dogadjaje dok se jos nisu ni zavrsili a mozes i kasnije da ih se prisetis...ono sto je najzanimljivije su mape na ...

Belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Belgrade

A travel blog entry by ericrg

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... reversed. The people are nice as can be and the town is surprisingly nice. Yeah, you are still in Serbia but it isn't nearly as bad as news reports and travel guides make it sound. The one downfall of the town so far is the insufferable heat. I have ...

Montenegro II, Budva, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Montenegro II

A travel blog entry by redtilly

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... break at Budva and had a look around the old town and the marina.  It's only about 120 kilometres to drive through Montenegro and then we were in Croatia.  All of the border crossings were straight forward and there was no waiting. We carried ...

Belgrad, die

Belgrad, die "weiße Stadt"

A travel blog entry by skipetarenland

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Ich hatte das Glück mir ein paar Tage frei nehmen und Markus auf eine Konferenz in Belgrad begleiten zu können. Auch wenn er leider tagsüber arbeiten musste, hatten wir zumindest die Abende, um Belgrad gemeinsam zu erkunden :) Belgrad heißt ...

Meetıng political royalty in Belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Meetıng political royalty in Belgrade

A travel blog entry by dinovagabond

... er there. I then bught some postcards, booked a hostel ın Istanbul, bought my traın tıket to Istanbul, gathered exchangerate ınformatıon and stocked up on grocerıes for my long traın rıde the next day. All went well except for the rude ...

I remember what happened here last time..., Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

I remember what happened here last time...

A travel blog entry by mrconfused

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... dropped in that part of town at that time of night without any clue as to where to go. As it was, I had no accomodation booked and only a couple of addresses, not the best state to be in on a friday night in a place reknowned as a party city. Luckily I ...

Belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Belgrade

A travel blog entry by pathenger

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The capital of Serbia .. must admit that it was not too impressive but interesting to see these post-communist countries. Spent the afternoon and the entire next day on the river. Floating through the Iron Gate gorge and viewed some of the best scenery on ...

And back in Serbia, Nic, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

And back in Serbia

A travel blog entry by nstarkey77

So back to Serbia... to try and go through Bulgaria as they don't require visa's from us.. three hours later we get the train... by this time we should be in ...

Ostrog Monastery, Niksic, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Ostrog Monastery

A travel blog entry by lilyc

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... a glance backwards, I started walking the 8 km down the mountain to the bus stop.  It was a combination of principle and sheer stubbornness. I was not getting into a taxi even if I had to walk 16 km with two backpacks. Of course stubborness ...

Montenegro, Montenegro, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Montenegro

A travel blog entry by skarpes

All that's left of Yugoslavia are the two Provinces of Serbia and Montenegro. (Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia-Hecegovina have gained independence, while Kosovo and Vovodina are semi autonomous states of Serbia) The rebel province of Montenegro doesn't ...

A step into the world's newest country, Kotor, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

A step into the world's newest country

A travel blog entry by xerius

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First off, Travelpod's gotta get up to date. There hasn't been a country called "Serbia and Montenegro" in over a year. Even GoogleMaps - which Travelpod uses! - has the change all integrated. So, I'm in Kotor, Montenegro, no matter what this title reads. ...

Bye :(, Nis, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Bye :(

A travel blog entry by aspenchi

... in getting one of the fists. When we returned Hannah had disappeared. She made friends with a guy who spoke French, but was from Serbia. He was very friendly. He bought us four rounds of beer, but Rachid and I found him a bit untrustworthy. In the end he ...

Bombed out Belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Bombed out Belgrade

A travel blog entry by chris.cesca

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... and Sava rivers is an old Fortress that dates back to Roman times. We spent some time wandering around the battlements and looking at the military exhibits before heading across town to look at the biggest Orthodox cathedral in the world. Afterwards it ...

I can't read or write, Valjevo, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

I can't read or write

A travel blog entry by graceonthego

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... the old town as Anita wanted to "show" me a small table and mirror she was "thinking" of buying for the house here in Serbia. They needed a little something for the entryway. So we took a look in the window and immediately went in to make the purchase. ...

Serbia - a Dentist's Nightmare, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Serbia - a Dentist's Nightmare

A travel blog entry by alicecrabtree

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... knew of because of the name in the news reports when I was a kid. Because of the lingering feeling of discord between Croatia and Serbia, Croatia and Bosnia, Bosnia and Serbia etc etc. we went the long way, up and around to the Serbo-Croat border rather ...

Down the Montenegrin

Down the Montenegrin "riviera"

A travel blog entry by xerius

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... countries, but there are a few Russians, French and Germans about as well. On the surface it looks like a sprawl of new hotels and tourism development, but there's also a picturesque old town stuck off on a corner of the coast. Not a bad little place to ...

Prizen whole daytrip, Prizen, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Prizen whole daytrip

A travel blog entry by lilyc

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Jewel on the coast, Kotor, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Jewel on the coast

A travel blog entry by schwate

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... , bin schliesslich weiter gen Norden gefahren, zur Bucht von Kotor, wo mit Kotor das einzige UNESCO Weltkulturerbe von Montenegro liegt. Die Stadt, eine venezianische Kolonie, liegt am Ende eines grossen Fjordes (nun, eigentlich ein geflutetes Tal) ...

Kate's 30th birthday, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Kate's 30th birthday

A travel blog entry by nstarkey77

... night.. but we met these two great guys.. one serbian and one english.. they told us the history of serbia.. very intersting.. We moved to Plastik and I would 100% not recommend this club... very very dodgy place and has shitty music.. Today we ...

Serbia, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

Serbia

A travel blog entry by borowicki

... ok and we made it to the bazaar. On the way back we decided to catch the tram, but without a ticket we were taking a chance and of course a ticket inspector got on... luckily we were able to get off at the next stop before we got busted and then had to ...

And the rain returns. . ., Novi Sad, Serbia and Montenegro travel blog

And the rain returns. . .

A travel blog entry by xerius

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... on the west bank of the Danube and an older, medieval one on the east bank below the castle. Surrounding the 19th century section - and lining the riverbank - are more modern constructions, most of which are of no interest to the visitor and pretty bland ...

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