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Travelling with children in Montenegro

1. Beach holidays: Montenegro is famous for its beautiful beaches on the Adriatic coast. Children can enjoy playing in the sand, swimming in the sea and doing water sports under adult supervision.

2. Visiting old cities and fortresses: Children can learn about the rich history of Montenegro by visiting old cities such as Kotor, Budva, Herceg Novi, and explore ancient fortresses.

3. Excursions to national parks: Visiting national parks such as Durmitor or Lake Skadar will give children the opportunity to enjoy the beauty of nature, take walks and see wild animals.

4. Active recreation: In Montenegro there are many opportunities for outdoor activities, such as cycling, horseback riding, kayaking, rock climbing and paragliding, which are suitable for active children.

5. Visiting local museums and attractions: Many cities in Montenegro have interesting museums where children can learn about the culture and history of the country. It is also worth visiting amusement parks and zoos.

6. Participation in master classes on local crafts: Children can try their hand at craft workshops, where they will be offered to create souvenirs or products in the traditional Montenegrin style.

7. National cuisine test: Try a variety of Montenegrin cuisine in local restaurants and cafes. Children can taste fresh fruits, cheeses, fish and other local delicacies.

8. Boat trips and cruises: Spend a day on a yacht or boat exploring nearby islands and bays. This is a great way to enjoy the sea and see the beauty of the coast.

9. Evening entertainment: Attending concerts, festivals or thematic shows will help children plunge into the atmosphere of local flavor and diversity.

The combination of all these various activities will help make the trip to Montenegro interesting and memorable for children.