Worst roads in Europe Marked on the map as a major route, this homebound route turned out to be the architypal Montenegrin country thoroughfare. Windey, dangerous, nutters approaching in the other direction, nutters approaching from behind. Single track for the duration, about 20 miles. Sheer drops denoted by flowers peppered intermittently on either side.
Lonely Planet – Western Balkans £11.19: Bedrock for many a travellers itinerary. I had so many of these I set up a website to get rid of them. I found this book useful in that it covers, in some depth, all areas you’re likely to visit. You will find yourself referring to it for basic information.
Thomas Cook – Serbia & Montenegro£6.99: More of an accompaniment guide, you’ll not find any practical information in here but there are some good pictures cultural references. More of a bed book, not too heavy on factual so as to ruin a trip.
In your hands – Serbia £13.29: More pictures better maps more references and in-depth. This has more information than the other 2 combined. The thing that lets it down an accommodation section which leaves you to pin point locations yourself 🙁
Durmitor National Park – Little Church on the Prarie
Summer walks There are a number of marked walks from a location close to town.
I take a walk around the Black lake, the easiest walk. There are a number of other walks which can be negotiated with the aid of a map.