What’s to see
Being the only fiord in the Adriatic Sea, Boka Bay is definitely a must see. Kotor and Perast are very small and charming cities to visit and definitely the artificial island “Our Lady of the Rock”.
Further south down the coast, Budva and all the nearby beaches are famous for their parties and nightlife.
Montenegro, in spite of being a relatively small country, boasts with 5 National Parks, perfect for nature lovers and those who prefer to spend some relaxing time away from the beach, making it a perfect destination for both coastal and inland tourism.
Crime levels are low. Take care of your belongings and, although they are rare, watch out for pick pockets in public places.
How to visit Montenegro
3 nights in Montenegro are the minimal suggested to visit at least for the coastal region of the Country, especially the Boka Bay. Some of the most luxurious Hotels are situated there as the Aman Resort for example.
Being just 2 hours driving distance from Dubrovnik, Montenegro is often a pre or post to itinerary going through Croatia.
Montenegro has a Mediterranean climate on the coast, with alpine conditions in the mountains. The average summer (Jul-Aug) coastal temperature is 27°C (81°F). Those who can’t bear the summer heat would do well to head inland for the mountains, where summer night time temperatures drop as low as 12°C (54°F). From May-June and Sep-Oct you can expect sunny days on the shores of the Adriatic with average daytime temperatures of 20°C (69°F). From Nov-Apr the weather remains mild, with the average daytime winter temperature being 7°C (44°F). The average daytime winter temperature on the inland is hovering around 0°C with substantial snowfall in the mountains.