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At the confluence of five rivers lies Montenegro's capital of Podgorica. Filled with leafy parks and contemporary culture, the city is home to the ruins of Nemanjica Grad and several ancient towns, all within spitting distance of your holiday home.
For some local flavour, sip the wines at Sipcanik wine cellar, a culinary delight. The vast subterranean cellar was once an aircraft hangar. It was partially destroyed by a NATO bombing in 1999, but now houses 2 million litres of wine produced from the vines that grow directly overhead.
If you are after top-notch local cooking, you'll want to try Pod Volat. The mixed grill is huge and calorific, and the restaurant's position underneath the clock tower makes it an atmospheric hangout preferred by locals.
Step back in time with a trip to Podgorica's three Roman temples which are dedicated to the Goddess Diana and lie in the western part of the city. In Stara Varos, the historic district of Podgorica, you can almost conceive of the 400 year old Ottoman Turkish town. Two mosques have endured the interim, including the impressive Starodoganjska Mosque, which dates from the 15th century, and the Osmanagic Mosque from the 18th.
Falls and ruins
Skadar Lake is the largest in the Balkan peninsula, and at a size of 40,000 hectares, it's more like a sea. Podgoricans come for its natural beauty, its cultural monuments and the watersports. Have a look at the mysterious ruins of Zabljak Crnojevica, which were briefly a stronghold of ruler Ivan Crnojevic before being sacked by Ottoman invaders in 1478.
Niagara Falls may be smaller than its North American namesake, but the falls are certainly dramatic, and locals swim at their base in the sizzling summer months. Come and enjoy this natural wonder which is just a ten minute drive outside of the historic city centre.
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