Hotel Enigma

Durmitor National Park, Serbia and Montenegro | Hotel
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This hotel, located in Durmitor National Park, is near St. Tryphon Cathedral and Piazza of the arms.
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Travel Blogs from Durmitor National Park

Where's all the history & old buildings?

A travel blog entry by richierich33 on Jun 18, 2013

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... automatic brakes is awesome. I loved it. Podgorica though was strange. There was no old city or buildings (just a clock tower) just a pretty non-descript central shopping square. Apparently the allies bombed and flattened the place at the end of the WW2 to kill retreating German soldiers here. Most buildings have thus been built since ...

Bus from Sarajevo to Podgorica

A travel blog entry by lewnwdc on Oct 02, 2012

20 photos

... back to the bus, I check out the restroom on board. It’s full of cables, a shovel, and other junk. Clearly hasn’t functioned in awhile. Looks like this bus had its first life in France many years ago, and then was sold to an Eastern Europe bus company. Aside from the inoperable toilet, the bus is in pretty good shape. The air-conditioning works and it was as comfortable as a motor coach can be.

Everyone has left the bus. They must be getting a coffee ...

High N' Dry in Durmitor National Park

A travel blog entry by mark.wilson on Sep 01, 2012

85 photos

... the Guest House Andjelich. The map we had was rubbish (Google maps printout) but tourist information managed to point us in the right direction. It turned out that the guest house was literally 50m behind the bus station!

At the guest house, there was a German couple who were doing a bike tour of Montenegro. However, they had had to cut their trip short after adopting a stray puppy dog (looked like
the andrex puppy!). The owner of the guest house ...

Ostrog Monastery

A travel blog entry by eastin80 on Aug 04, 2011

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Win win of the day: We wanted to go to Ostrog Monastery which is an amazing old Monastery literally built into the side of a cliff, but unfortunately we wanted to go on a day that tour buses were not running. We decided to catch the bus to Podgorica (capital of Montenegro) and get a taxi from there to the Monastery. When we got to the bus station I went to buy us a ticket to Podgorica, but as I was in the queue mum struck up a conversation with a man outside who told ...

Wild camping at the top of the Montenegrin world

A travel blog entry by brionyanddan on Aug 28, 2010

1 comment, 22 photos

... br>
From there (feeling like fully fledged
Montenegrins) we headed back to the coast and after some looping
around found a campsite near Sveti Stefan. The small inlet of Sveti
Stefan is now a pricey hotel that only the rich and famous can
afford; this meant we couldn’t have a look around it. But we did
have a nice swim near a beach that I think was half FKK……I will
leave those who don’t know what it means to look up on the

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