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Here are some travel resources I've mentioned throughout the site. These are services and sources I use and recommend.
Not sure where to stay or how to go about self-booking your Montenegro vacay? I highly recommend getting a copy of my self-booking guide. I've distilled the process down into 4 simple steps for you.
There's a lot of information on this site. Using the self-booking guide will help you get your holiday booked quickly and painlessly.
Kotor is Montenegro's top attraction and the Venetian walled town is a must see during your visit.
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On Montenegro Pulse, I only recommend tours by local operators who I know are highly professional, offer great experiences and really care about showing you the best of Montenegro. I'm proud to offer their tours and I'm confident you'll be rewarded for your trust in my recommendations with an excellent experience in Montenegro.
I also recommend tours offered on Get Your Guide. Get Your Guide has a huge selection of tours all around the world and they only offer top-quality tours that they know you'll have a great time on.
I also recommend tours offered on Viator. Viator has the biggest selection of tours all around Montenegro. While Viator has some great tours you won't find elsewhere online, I highly recommend checking the reviews for a tour before you book. They're not as strigent about quality control as Get Your Guide so only book thing with at least one good review.
Booking.com has the best choice of hotel rooms, apartments, villas and hostels in Montenegro. They also guarantee the lowest prices. I always recommend looking there first when looking for somewhere to stay here.
Car hire is something I recommend to 90% of people coming to Montenegro. Find the best car hire options with reputable companies here.
Priceline is a massive search engine for flights, rental cars and accommodation. You definitely want to check their prices when your booking.
Booking Buddy is great for flights, but also for hotels, car rental, holidays and cruises. It will bring you options from different booking sites like Expedia and Orbitz so you can compare your options. Great if you want everything booked on one booking.
A very useful guide about the types of coverage travellers can expect on a typical travel insurance policy. This is a very use resource from 1Cover on the importance of getting travel insurance coverage while abroad.
Trip Advisor is the place to see reviews of hotels, attractions and just about anything to do with travel. It's not 100% reliable of course, but I've found it a great place to find out things like what kind of children's activities I can expect to find in different airports. Mommas you know that's critical info!
Nomadic Notes has a really good destination guide for lots of cities and countries around the world.
Minnesota Visitor - I meet lots of people who work in travel and own other travel sites. Judith, the owner of Minnesota Visitor is a Minnesota local who, like me, shares her love for her home through her website. If you're planning a trip to Minnesota you'll find lots of good, local tips on her site.
Book your accommodation anywhere in the world through any of the search boxes on our site and we'll make a donation towards sterilising stray animals in Montenegro.
It costs you nothing, and you get the biggest selection and lowest prices guaranteed. It's a win-win!