Top 10 Weird And Unusual Tourist Attractions In Montenegro

Top 10 Weird And Unusual Tourist Attractions In Montenegro
Top 10 Weird And Unusual Tourist Attractions In Montenegro

With breathtaking beauty and crazy locations, Montenegro doesn’t disappoint when it comes to things to see and do. What I have selected here are just ten of the very best tourist traps that everyone should see while on a visit to this amazing country…


Top 10 Weird And Unusual Tourist Attractions In Montenegro


The Transformers of Podgorica, Podgorica
The Transformers of Podgorica, Podgorica

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Montenegro is not the landing site for the real Transformer robots, but it is home to some amazing robot street art.

Ulcinj War Memorial, Ulcinj
Ulcinj War Memorial, Ulcinj

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Made to look like the wings of a bird, this war architecture has amazing views of the town below.

Fortifications of Kotor, Kotor
Fortifications of Kotor, Kotor

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The city of Kotor is so old that many historians believe that the city that is there now, is placed on top of the city that was once there! Yep, a city on top of a city.

Ostrog Monastery, Ostrog
Ostrog Monastery, Ostrog

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Once upon a time, Orthodox Christians built temples and churches actually inside the mountains to hide them from people. While most were little more than a candle in a cave, some like this one were whole buildings!

Our Lady of the Rocks, Boka Kotorska bay
Our Lady of the Rocks, Boka Kotorska bay

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This amazing island was once nothing more that a pile of rocks, but two fishermen made something rather special on top of them. Not only an amazing island but also set in an even more amazing location.

Fort Mamula, Mamula Island
Fort Mamula, Mamula Island

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This amazing Hungarian military fort was built in 1853 and while now abandoned and isolated it is still visited by thousands of tourists each and every year.

Stara Maslina, Tomba
Stara Maslina, Tomba

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Most Olive trees are nice, but not worth visiting. But this one is over 2,000 years old!

Cetinje-Kotor Road, Koto
Cetinje-Kotor Road, Koto

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Said to be one of the most stunning roads to drive around, the Cetinje-Kotor road it a twisting, winding road leading up, or down the mountainside with stunning views overlooking the valley.

Mausoleum of Petar Ii, Njeguši
Mausoleum of Petar Ii, Njeguši

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Set on a mountaintop this amazing Mausoleum of Petar II Petrović-Njegoš is one of controversy and amazement.

Sveti Stefan Resort, Sveti Stefan
Sveti Stefan Resort, Sveti Stefan

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No tour of the strange things of Montenegro would be complete without a nights stay at the Hotel island! Yes, it’s a whole hotel resort island and no-one else is allowed on it except guests!