We travelled by plane with Ryanair from Barcelona to Podgorica; allegedly Europe’s most boring capital city. We booked Airport Home Radinovic through Booking.Com, and got a lift from the airport to the property, situated in the countryside around 5km from the airport from the host for €5. We asked the host’s son Phillip what there was for us to see in Podgorica and his reply was “Nothing! There is absolutely nothing here that would be of any interest to a tourist” OK, so the rumours we had heard were instantly confirmed by a local, but we still had to see it for ourselves.Continue reading “Podgorica, Montenegro- The Most Boring European Capital?”
We booked a minibus from Gea tours which collected us from our Timisoara accommodation and promised a door to door service to our hotel in Belgrade for 10 euros. We were a little sceptical due to the price however the reviews were good and we were collected at 10.45am. Driving through the border from Romania to Serbia was a strange experience; we were at the border for some time; handing our passports to the designated person on the minibus and waiting for the final verdict from the border guards.