My Montenegrin Experience...
Highs: Walking up to St. John's Fortress in Kotor for some wonderful fjord views; some tasty wine;
the scenery throughout the country.
Lows: Things being much more expensive than my guidebook said; mosquitoes; not being able to
see any mountains in Durmitor National Park due to the foggy/misty weather; rainy weather on the
Best Moment: Finally seeing sun in Budva on Day #3 there. Getting to enjoy the town, sea and
Smells: Grilled seafood.
Sounds: Church bells waking me up in the morning in Kotor.
Sights: St. John's Fortress (2 Euros); Crno Jezera in Durmitor National Park; the mountains and
Tastes: Vranac - Montenegrin red wine; local cheeses; seafood; cevapi; crepes with apple jam; lots
of cappuccinos; cherry strudel.
Street Food: Not much but there are 'pekaras' (bakeries) where there is burek and strudel.
Fun Food Finds: Cappuccino Kit Kats are great.
Western Companies Out Here: Haven't seen any yet!
Other General Info...
Visa needed? No.
Type of currency? They use the Euro.
Things Montenegro Is Known For: Diverse landscape (I don't know if it's officially known
for this, but this is what stood out to me!).
Transportation: Taking buses in the norm. I took a bus from Sarajevo to Zabljak (Durmitor
National Park) via Niksic for 17 Euros (7 hours); a bus from Zabljak to Kotor via Pogorica was 12
Euros (5 hours).
Religion: Catholic??? (at least I think so)
Costs: 280 Euros