Villa Mb

Address: Budva, Serbia and Montenegro | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Budva


A travel blog entry by kata.geoff on Oct 08, 2014

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... like that but it makes for some pretty cool sights. On the way back to the coast we made the mistake of listening to the gps. It took us down a single lane beat up road that for the most part has a strait drop a foot from the car on one side and a wall on the other side. This road twisted and turned for close to 100km, luckily opening up a bit when we hit the national park. We finally got to the other side of the park, we were now at the ...

I almost ran over a border patrol agent

A travel blog entry by dionneb on Oct 21, 2013

5 comments, 21 photos

... the Island of St George - which is closed to tourists but has a monastery and the second island Our lady of the Rock. The legend says that two fisherman noticed a strange light emanating from the reef. They discovered an icon of Our Lady. When they attempted to bring to ashore, it kept wash back out again to the same spot. Local fisherman began dropping rocks at this location on return fishing trips. The traditional took hold ...

In Montenegro

A travel blog entry by batgirl on Jul 01, 2013

Left at 7pm from Prishtina on a night bus. Arrived in Podgorica (capital city of Montenegro) at 2am! We arrived 2 hrs early! Need to take another bus to Kotor w/c normally starts at 6am but a bus departing from Skopje arrived an hour after.. so off I went!

BTW, I encountered a problem in the border of Kosovo! My name was called up and I was interrogated by the border control officers - why I don't have an entry stamp in Kosovo!! Uh oh... I explained to them that I ...

A big days travel

A travel blog entry by alister.bland on Apr 28, 2013

... br> Budva? A "nice" old town but probably a bit too nice. Rebuilt after an earthquake in 1979. Think it may have lost a bit of its old charm in the rebuild. Its just too perfect.
Budva very touristy but not too many tourists yet so wasn't over run. There was a carnival on that the locals seemed to enjoy but I think you really needed to be under the age of 7 to enjoy it. A day was enough to see everything a couple of times over.

Kotor - An unexpected pleasure

A travel blog entry by khillski on Jun 12, 2012

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... is 13 miles long and zigzags its way inland amid 2,000 ft. walls of granite. At several points the fjord narrows to several hundred feet across affording optimum protection from attacks by sea. The town itself is surrounded by sturdy walls built in the 9th century and arching steeply up the slopes of Mt. Sv Ivan. The walls are hardly discernable in the daytime but at night are spectacularly lit.


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