Lonely Planet Montenegro (Travel Guide)

March 3, 2020 - Comment

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Anonymous says:

Lacking depth and crucial information The good thing about this guide is it includes Dubrovnik (yes it’s not in Montenegro but considering the lack of flights to Montenegro’s airports it’s highly likely one would go to Dubrovnik, plus it’s very close to Monte).This guide lacks a lot of depth I usually get from other guides (lonely planet included). Yes Montenegro is a small country but if anything that’s making the author’s job easier putting more restaurants/shops/information in there to bulk it out…

Anonymous says:

Not fit for purpose if you want accurate descriptions We had a really nice time in Montenegro but were frequently let down by the authors descriptions of the towns and sites. I can only assume they had to make them sound better than they actually were to justify publishing the book.For example Budva was nice but it was nothing like a “mini Dubrovnik” as described by Lonely Planet.Other LP authors would have dismissed Sveti Stephan as a soulless place and how once you had taken a photo of the private spit of land from the…

Anonymous says:

Accurate, honest and helpful The book highlights lots of areas of interest, not just the main tourist highlights. IT was informative, accurate and enabled us to prioritise what we wanted to see. Montenegro is a relatively small country and with a car it is more than possible to see all the highlights, we managed most of them over two visits. Popularity of the area is rising as more people get to know it, and already prices are rising rapidly. One thing the book doesn’t communicate is the way that Montenegrans build roads…

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