The Riviera in Montenegro is a bit of an undiscovered gem, where the Bay of Kotor boasts sapphire-blue waters and pearly white sands. Cobblestone streets, brick-paved plazas and historic churches recall an era of mystery and romance, while restaurants, bars and bistros ensure ample modern appeal in the coastal town of Budva.
While there is no shortage of interesting historic churches in the area, the most amazing is undoubtedly the Monastery of Ostrog. Built into the side of a sheer cliff 559 miles above sea level, the monastery is an architectural wonder visited by thousands of pilgrims and sightseers each year.
The wonders of nature are found in Durmitor National Park in northern Montenegro. Formed by glaciers, the landscape features dense forests, clear lakes and the deepest gorges in Europe. The mountain village of Zablijak is the country's largest ski resort, and the Tara River offers a challenging whitewater rafting adventure.
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