Serbia and Montenegro

About Serbia and Montenegro

Due to political turmoil it wasn't very easy to go to Serbia and Montenegro. Travel is easier now with more direct flights available.

Serbia and Montenegro actually consists of four parts. In the north there is the semi-autonomous Vojvodina, where many Hungarians live. Serbia is right in the heart, with the capital Belgrade. Montenegro is in the south on the Adriatic, the Bay of Kotor is one of the major attractions here. Montenegrans have been thinking about independance for some time now so far have stayed in the union.

The Kosovo Province is part of Serbia and Montenegro. It is currently a protectorate run by the United Nations.

Note: following a referendum held on May 21st 2006, Montenegro proclaimed its independence from Serbia. A section dedicated to Montenegro will be created as soon as the independence will become offical.

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