Hotel Kerber

Address: Novaka Miloseva 6, Podgorica, 81000, Montenegro | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Novaka Miloseva 6, Podgorica, is near Blue Grotto (Plava Spilja), Savina Monastery, Herceg Novi Theatre, and Dobrec Beach.
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    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

    Travel Blogs from Podgorica

    Off with with the ferries

    A travel blog entry by 2buckleys on Jun 14, 2015

    5 comments, 28 photos

    ... br> For the return trip we chose a sinuous looking route to Kryezi (say crazy) that had evidently been resurface about 5 years ago. One again the scenery was spectacular. The riding required many gears changes and we despite there being very few road markings, we had a new “record”. Recommended speed for several corners was 10kph. It was realistic too as the road turned, up very sharply.

    Not many conventional road ...


    A travel blog entry by sophevans on Sep 17, 2013

    14 photos

    ... was very nice, and a lovely blue-aqua colour. We had a swim and read our books for a while, but the sun disappeared behind the cliffs quite early, so we headed home for a shower. We cracked open a bottle of local white rum, and attempted to make mojitos, but we were short a few important ingredients, so they tasted a bit funny. Nick followed McAra's instructions from the couch and cooked us up a sort of chicken stew, then after dinner Gee, Nick and I walked into town to ...


    A travel blog entry by grahama01 on Sep 09, 2013

    10 comments, 8 photos

    ... to Kotor. Lots of lovely towns and villages line the bay. The Old City of Kotor is an ancient trade centre, due to its fortified entrance to the sea. It's also a UNESCO World Natural and Historical Heritage Site and Montenegro's most famous town. The Old Town is a well-preserved collection of buildings, churches, squares and stone streets that date back to the Middle Ages. The car-free, walled town is just across the street from the city's cruise-ship dock. We ...


    A travel blog entry by mjanetchitwood on Jul 17, 2013

    1 comment, 1 photo

    ... from Ireland but living in Montenegro for the last eight years. Bailey and Abby busied themselves looking for a postcard for Bailey's friend. Our stop in Kotor was a short one so we elected to return to the ship for lunch (late lunch) and set sail at 4pm. Met the last of our table mates at dinner tonight. Nice people, but boy can they pack the food away. We are by far the smallest ones at our table. I am amazed every evening as Mike patiently waits for us three females to ...

    Let the Montenegrin adventure begin

    A travel blog entry by hudsimo on May 07, 2013

    2 photos

    ... there are traffic lights, they are pretty interesting as some are situated horizontally and they flash yellow before green: ready, steady, go ....

    If you want to stop anywhere, just pull up in the lane, regardless of whether you are allowed to or not. If other drivers are lucky, you will put your hazard lights on first before leaving the vehicle. But mostly, don't bother.

    Now have you heard the one about the hail storm in Montenegro tonight? ...