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Top Montenegro Cities – List Of 33 Cities in Montenegro Area, Population

Places to visit in Montenegro

Montenegro is one of the beautiful tourist destinations and extremely well-known along with holiday makers staying in the holiday homes. Lots of families now go on the holiday to Montenegro and they stay in holiday villas and self-catering holiday hotels as well. Montenegro is a very small country along with a lot of interesting places to visit.

This is a nation full of some picturesque beauty as well as very warm friendly people. There are lots of wonderful places available to visit in Montenegro such as Donje Luge, Herceg Novi, Rožaje, Plav, Mojkovac and more.

But amongst them, Kotor is one of the well-known as well as interesting places to visit when you are on vacation in Montenegro. This is located near the Croatian Border. It is an old perfect city where the mini Dubrovnik sits on Boka Kotorska. The evening view of this ideal place is absolutely stunning. You can even also visit the former capital Montenegro, Cetinje, which is a sleepy town. This particular place is actually well-known for the beautiful monasteries, mansions and also a lovely museum. If you do not have such idea about this specific place, clicking on the given link can assist you in letting you know about the entire city.

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    Donje Luge

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    Population: (2003)[1] 1,861
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    Herceg Novi

    Area: 235 km2 (91 sq mi)
    Population: (2011)[1] 19,536
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    Igalo

    Area:
    Population: (2003)[1] 3,754
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    Plav, Montenegro

    Area: 486 km2 (188 sq mi)
    Population: (2003)[1] 3,615
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    Rožaje

    Area: 432 km2 (167 sq mi)
    Population: (2011)[1] Increase9,567
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    Pljevlja

    Area: 1,346 km2 (520 sq mi)
    Population: (2011)[1] 19,489
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    Mojkovac

    Area: 367 km2 (142 sq mi)
    Population: (2003)[1] 4,120
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    Žabljak

    Area: 445 km2 (172 sq mi)
    Population: (2011)[1] 1,723
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    Golubovci

    Area:
    Population: (2003)[1] 3,122
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    Nikšić

    Area: 2,065 km2 (797 sq mi)
    Population: (2011)[1] 56,970
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    Bar, Montenegro

    Area: 598 km2 (231 sq mi)
    Population: (2011)[1] 17,727
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    Bijela, Herceg Novi

    Area:
    Population: (2003)[1] 3,748
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    Stari Bar

    Area:
    Population: (2003)[1] 1,864
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    Donje Luge

    Area:
    Population: (2003)[1] 1,861
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    Podgorica

    Area: 108 km2 (42 sq mi)
    Population: (2011)[1] 187,085
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    Žabljak

    Area: 445 km2 (172 sq mi)
    Population: (2003)[1] 1,723
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    Ibarac

    Area:
    Population: (2003)[1] 3,135
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    Budva

    Area: 4.2 km2 (1.6 sq mi)
    Population: (2011)[1] 13,338
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    Škaljari

    Area: 367 km2 (142 sq mi)
    Population: (2003)[1] 4,002
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    Berane

    Area: 717 km2 (277 sq mi)
    Population: (2011)[1] 11,073
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    Tuzi

    Area:
    Population: (2003)[1] 3,900
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    Burtaiši

    Area:
    Population: (2003)[1] 3,013
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    Šušanj

    Area:
    Population: (2003)[1] 2,212
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    Cetinje

    Area: 910 km2 (350 sq mi)
    Population: (2003)[1] 15,137
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    Danilovgrad

    Area: 501 km2 (193 sq mi)
    Population: (2003)[1] 5,208
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    Nedakusi

    Area:
    Population: (2003)[1] 2,212
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    Ulcinj

    Area: 255 km2 (98 sq mi)
    Population: (2011)[1] 10,828
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    Bijelo Polje

    Area: 924 km2 (357 sq mi)
    Population: (2011)[1] 15,883
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    Risan

    Area:
    Population: (2011)[1] 2,048
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    Žabljak

    Area: 445 km2 (172 sq mi)
    Population: (2003)[1] 1,723
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    Donje Luge

    Area:
    Population: (2003)[1] 1,861
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    Stari Bar

    Area:
    Population: (2003)[1] 1,864
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    Stari Bar

    Area:
    Population: (2003)[1] 1,864
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