The Adriatic adventure: Montenegro vs. Croatia


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Once both countries were parts of one bigger state called Yugoslavia. After the dissolution of the largest country on the Balkans Montenegro and Croatia continued to their separate ways but have one thing in common – the Adriatic Sea. Former Yugoslav republics are proud to have the most famous seaside territories but which country is better to choose? Going for the Montenegro all-inclusive deals or booking a suit in some of the picturesque Croatian towns? Let’s break it down.


The beach is better in…


The right answer is Croatia. At least, the country’s coastline is 6 times longer than the Montenegrin one. With 1800 km total amount of shores, a plenty of choices appears to be available when it comes to finding an available sunbed. So there is an abundance of possibilities to book some of the all-inclusive Croatia deals and some of the greatest picks can be found on the list of the Balkan Holidays. Would it be in Dubrovnik or Split? Why not some of the less known Adriatic pearls like Orebic or Hvar? You will hardly make a bad choice anywhere you pick if the reservation is made by a reliable agent.


The mountain kisses the sea in…


Montenegro. While Croatia has some gorgeous highlands too, Budva is the resort where the mountains literally merge with the Adriatic waters. This is one of the main reasons why all-inclusive Montenegro picks gain so much in popularity in the recent years. The curvy road spirals down from the hills straight to the beach – everyone would fall in love with this view. The most affordable suits in Budva happen to be booked well up in advance and heading closer to the high season the Montenegro all-inclusive price can be found for about 550 GBP per person for a week.


More attractive for sightseeing is…


Probably Croatia. Enough to mention Dubrovnik and it’s not necessary to add any other place. But it isn’t only the famous old town that deserves to be visited if you embark on an all-inclusive holiday to Croatia. The second largest city in the country – Split, is worth to be discovered, the same applies to the town of Rijeka.


But Montenegro has its sightseeing prides too. Once again Budva leads the way with the castle in the town and the Saint Stefan island located near the mainland.


Easier to access is…


Undoubtedly – Croatia. With a much greater number of airports – Zagreb, Split, Dubrovnik, Zadar, Rijeka, etc., the country welcomes millions of travelers every summer. The transfer from the plane to the hotel usually does not take more than an hour. Before picking up the Montenegro all-inclusive availability have in mind the there are only two international airfields (Podgoritsa and Tivat) on the state’s territory. The rocky beaches of this beautiful small land take time to be reached by a vehicle or bus. But such inconvenience does not still from the Montenegro charm.


Is there a winner? Probably you, no matter what your choice will be.



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