A short history of the Balkan Wars, 1991-1999. Read a quick summary of the Balkan Wars, an essential guide for visitors to Europe’s most complicated region.
Montenegro Blog Posts
Street art in abandoned buildings. Often urban exploration and street art go together. A photo essay featuring graffiti and street art in abandoned places.
Spomenik photographs: Epic Tito-era World War II-related monuments and memorials, known as spomeniks, constructed in the former Yugoslavia.
Urban exploration in Montenegro’s second city, Niksic: the House of Revolution. Once an impressive SpomenDom, today it’s nicknamed the ‘House of Death’.
It takes a bit of effort to find the best street art in Podgorica, but during our recent visit to Montenegro we delved a bit deeper and found quite a lot.
Read our suggestions for interesting places to break the journey on the Belgrade to Bar train, the most scenic railway trip in the Balkans.
A suggested Balkans itinerary for independent travellers and backpackers, travelling from Podgorica to Corfu Town via Albania, Kosovo and Macedonia.
Hike from Kotor’s ancient ramparts to St. John Mountain and behind the fort is the lovely Church of St.John. Featured in travel photography of Montenegro.
2015 Travel Review: Our Year in Photographs. When it comes to travel, 2015 was another fantastic year for us, once more packed full of superlatives.
Seven years of longterm travel. Today marks the date when, seven years ago, we left the UK and began our nomadic life. These are some of our highlights.
Montenegro’s capital is a small and compact city and it’s hard to miss the unique form of street art in Podgorica, robot-style transformers during a wander.
Why are there so many cats in Kotor? While wandering the cobbled streets of Kotor Old Town in Montenegro, we couldn’t help but notice the number of cats.