"Roads" Republic of Montenegro Warnings Or Dangers Tip by mikelisaanna

Roads in Montenegro can be narrow and windy, particularly in the mountains, where roads often have numerous switchbacks. Also, guard rails aren't always available where you think they should be. In the towns, roads often narrow to a single lane, so be careful when passing other cars - you may need to tuck into a driveway or back up to let someone pass. Finally, the roads in Montenegro are not numbered; the signs specify which town the road goes to. Having a good map is extremely helpful.

However, despite all of these issues, we still had a very enjoyable week driving around the country and wouldn't hesitate to do it again. The scenery is magnificent and touring by car is the best way to see it. You just have to be a little careful.

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  • Written Jul 3, 2005
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