With its labyrinthine cobblestone streets and quaint terracotta topped houses, Kotor’s Old Town is home to a fantastic line-up of bars and restaurants. Whether you’re looking for a romantic rooftop restaurant or a lively jazz bar, this guide to the best bars and restaurants in Kotor, Montenegro has it all. Old Winery, Old Town A pretty restaurant located on the cobbled streets of Old Town. I highly recommend the antipasto platter, which was so big we got a doggy bag and took it to Perast…Continue Reading “The best bars and restaurants in Kotor, Montenegro”

As part of my travel money series, in which I provide detailed travel costs in order to help holidaymakers budget accordingly, I have broken down how much money I spent during a ten-day holiday in Montenegro in September 2016. Covering food, drink, travel and spending money, I provide the total cost of a ten-day holiday in Montenegro. Flights: £157 return Travelling with Easyjet, flying from Gatwick to Tivat. This included the cost of one 20kg hold bag. Accommodation: £484 (£242 per person) Guest House 455,…Continue Reading “The total cost of a ten-day holiday in Montenegro”