The country's capital city, also its largest, is Podgorica. The entire nation is organized into has three regions according to their spectacular attributes. The country’s coastal region is known for its several ancient architectural features on the inside and outside of buildings. Historical and cultural monuments characterize the central region of Montenegro, whereas the mountainous region in the north is specifically devoted to developing tourism in winter, a devotion gradually making the region an attraction for tourists and holidaymakers.
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If you have plans to rent Montenegro accommodation, sightseeing in any of the four national parks will be a great experience. Apart from the Adriatic Sea, some other notable territorial waters are the rivers Bojana, Tara and Piva as well as the Scadar Lake, available for tours and cruises in rented boats, ships or even pre-arranged local schedules. A trip on the Scadar Lake uncovers the surrounding villages, bays, fishing ships and nearby flourishing vegetation. The flora and fauna of the lake is known to have drawn biologists, zoologists and other nature lovers to the area. There are also options of visiting several islands with a rich and varied history. The monasteries, memorials and churches on these Islands offer interesting insights into the country’s history and struggles. Many different species of stork, silver swans, wild pigeons and owls inhabit the islands, which offer a naturally beautiful sight to behold, photograph or film. Other activities for holidays in Montenegro include swimming in the warm lake, walking, hiking, or cycling. Fishing and hunting are other possibilities for which there may be regulations. Horseback riding is a seasonal sport offer, provided only in summer.
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