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Visit the jewel of Samarkand – Registan

  Registan is the most famous sight in all of Uzbekistan and maybe even all of Central Asia. In translation from Uzbek Registan means a sand place. It used to be the main public square before and during the Timurid dynasty mainly for trade, but also for events and celebrations.

Visit Tashkent: A gateway to Uzbekistan

Tashkent – a capital and a gateway to other cities in Uzbekistan – has its own charm. You won’t find fascinating architecture here, like in Samarkand, or cute streets and amazing history, like in Bukhara. However, Tashkent definitely creates a great vibe and is worth at least a day stop

Visit Budva: Jewel of Montenegro

Budva is the second popular destination in Montenegro. Its lovely beaches, beautiful rocky shores and caves, as well as the cute old city attract the crowds. Personally, for me Budva is the cutest town in Montenegro. It is said that the city dates back 2500 years. The 1979 earthquakes effected

Visit Bar: Hidden Gem of Montenegro

Bar is an overlooked town in Montenegro. It’s only known, as a port from where the ships go to Italy, but very few people know of its historical significance. So almost all travelers skip Bar, while visiting Montenegro. Click here for suggested itinerary in Montenegro, detailed tips on when to

Explore Montenegro: Things to do in Herceg Novi

Unlike Kotor, Herceg Novi is a lesser known small city in the Kotor Bay. It’s located very close to the borders with Croatia and Bosnia and Hercegovina, so often used, as a gateway for the people coming in or leaving Montenegro. We did the same, stayed in Herceg Novi and

Explore Montenegro: 2 days in Kotor

Kotor is the most popular destination in Montenegro. It’s stunning bay views, beautiful fortress and proximity to the more popular neighbor – Dubrovnik, make it a hot destination. It also is the UNESCO world heritage site. If you are looking for the beaches, however, Kotor is not the place for

Useful tips for Planning your Trip to Montenegro

I doubt many of you know much about the Balkans, especially about Montenegro. The small country was a part of Yugoslavia until 1992 and part of Serbia & Montenegro (although the country called itself Yugoslavia still, as a successor of the Federal Republic) till 2006, when it became an independent

Transport in Montenegro

Lately, a number of cheap flights started operating to Podgorica (the capital) and to the Tivat airport, which is closest to Kotor and serves the other coastal towns, like Budva, Herceg Novi, etc. Besides, if you don’t have a problem with a Schengen visa, you could fly into the Dubrovnik

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