The House of Revolution (Dom Revolucije) in Niksic, Montenegro

Urban exploration in Montenegro’s second city I must confess, creeping around abandoned buildings is not high on our list of ‘things-to-do’ at the best of times and least of all when rumours abound that the building in question is home to addicts, local gangs, stray...

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Street Art in Podgorica, Montenegro

On our first visit to Podgorica, a couple of years ago, the city’s unmissable ‘Transformer’ sculptures* were the best I could come up with in the way of street art. However, on our recent stay in the Montenegrin capital, I delved a bit deeper and found a fair bit of...

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Where to break the journey on the Belgrade to Bar train

Interesting places to stop on the most scenic rail trip in the Balkans As its name would suggest, the Belgrade to Bar railway links the Serbian capital with Montenegro’s largest port city. Covering a distance of 476km, the train crosses three countries (*) and passes...

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2015: A Review of our Travelling Year in Photographs

A Review of 2015: Our Year of Travel in Photographs When it comes to travel, 2015 was another fantastic year for us, once more packed full of superlatives. In November we celebrated a milestone: our seven year travelversary. Yes, it really has been seven years since...

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Longterm Travel: Seven Years on the Road

Today marks the date when, seven years ago, we left the UK and began our nomadic lifestyle. Introduction by Kirsty and stories by Mark Nomad: a member of a people or tribe that has no permanent abode but moves about from place to place … Seven years. It’s a long time...

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Discovering Unusual Street Art in Podgorica, Montenegro

The Transformers of Podgorica When visiting a new city, particularly a capital, I’m always on the lookout for interesting street art be it graffiti or something more sophisticated. But what we found in Podgorica was some street art of the less conventional kind. On...

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Cats in Kotor Old Town, Montenegro

EuWhy are there so many cats in Kotor? Situated on the Bay of Kotor on Montenegro’s rugged coastline lies the beautiful town of Kotor. Founded by the Romans and developed through the Middles Ages, Kotor reminded us a little of Dubrovnik or Split with its attractive...

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