Hotel Podgorica

Address: Svetlane Kane Radevic 1, Podgorica, 81000, Montenegro | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Svetlane Kane Radevic 1, Podgorica, is near Blue Grotto (Plava Spilja), Savina Monastery, Herceg Novi Theatre, and Dobrec Beach.
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    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

    Travel Blogs from Podgorica

    Off with with the ferries

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

    5 comments, 28 photos

    ... Valbone River up and up. Stunning scenery with clear river water tumbling bluey-green water over white boulders or into swirling in deep pools. We found a room in a chalet called Riljindia. They had an excellent restaurant serving locally sourced fare – cheeses, salads, red meats and fish. Trout and carp swam in ponds at the door, waiting for the chef’s net! We settled for lamb prepared in traditional style. It was delicious!


    A travel blog entry by sophevans on Sep 17, 2013

    14 photos

    ... At home we had a quick lunch, then Gee and I left to find a beach while the other two had a snooze. Our hostel receptionist in Podgorica had told us to walk past Old Town to find a nicer and less popular beach than the main ones, so we followed her instructions and arrived at the beach to find it absolutely packed. We stood up the back near ridiculously loud speakers blasting terrible music and waited for someone to leave so we could grab a patch of sand. On the plus side, ...


    A travel blog entry by grahama01 on Sep 09, 2013

    10 comments, 8 photos

    This morning, we sailed the Bay of Kotor in Montenegro. We glided through the Bay of Kotor for nearly two hours through the 17-mile waterway that some people call Europe's southernmost fjord. It's not actually a fjord, as fjords are caused by glacial activity, and the Bay of Kotor is the result of an old river running from the interior to the Adriatic Sea. Still, the views are fjord-like, with mountains rising to 2500 metres on both sides of a long, thin bay ...


    A travel blog entry by mjanetchitwood on Jul 17, 2013

    1 comment, 1 photo

    ... a cacophony of cicadas as we strolled into Kotor. I remember the sound a cicada makes from my childhood, but I do not remember ever hearing so many of them screeching at the same time. It can almost be deafening! They appear to be at every port and in extremely large numbers. Kotor does not offer many opportunities for new adventures. We found a very nice shopping mall where we could relax with a drink and use the wifi. Had a very nice conversation with a young ...

    Let the Montenegrin adventure begin

    A travel blog entry by hudsimo on May 07, 2013

    2 photos

    ... in a 35-40 degree angle. Do you think that means it gets pretty windy here?

    Now as for the road safety update - forget indicators here. Don't worry about speed limits. Road rules? What are they? Do we really need to stay in our lane? Obviously not. And as for street signs? Zero. Except for one sign (!) on the one major roundabout, there have been no others. So we're rather relying on Gwynney and hope she picks up her game pretty soon.