Garni Hotel Bokeska Noc

Brace Grakalica 42A, Herceg-Novi, 85340, Montenegro
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Forum Posts

Dobrovnik to Herceg Novi

by SonjaDu

I am coming to Herceg Novi in August of this year with my family. We are flying to Dubrovnik and I haven't yet worked out how we are going to get to Herceg Novi. Can anyone tell me where I can find a bus/train timetable and which is the best way to get there? Thanks

RE: RE: Dobrovnik to Herceg Novi

by SonjaDu

Thanks. Do you know where I can get hold of a timetable?

RE: RE: Dobrovnik to Herceg Novi

by mingers

Probably best to get a Taxi to the border, then another (or bus) when you exit into Montenegro.

RE: Dobrovnik to Herceg Novi

by diocletianvs

According to the Dubrovnik Online website there is a bus going from Dubrovnik to Ulcinj daily at 11 hrs.
http://www.dubrovnik-online.com/english/transportation_coach.php

Might be wise to check with the Dubrovnik bus station:
+385 20 357 020

RE: RE: Dobrovnik to Herceg Novi

by zofka

I know of a bus that supposely goes from Dubrovnik at 10 am and ends in Bar going around Kotor Bay. It's also stopping in Herceg Novi.
For more information you could look in the lonely planet eastern europe guide, new edition!
I count on using that bus!

RE: Dobrovnik to Herceg Novi

by Rooinek


Sorry but I think there is only one bus from Dubrovnik to Montenegro and it leaves at 11.00am. I caught it this time three weeks ago and a one way ticket to Herceg-Novi was 60 Kuna I think. Journey time to the border is about 40 minutes and then you walk across the border carrying your own luggage. It sounds a bit like checkpoint charlie but it's not a big deal really - just don't a suitcase with no wheels or something, it's a good few hundred metres of walking (downhill mind) to the cluster of porta cabins and caravans that is Montenegrin Passport Control... :)

You then catch a Montenegrin bus to the coastal destination of your choice

Michael

RE: RE: Dobrovnik to Herceg Novi

by SonjaDu

Thanks!

RE: RE: Dobrovnik to Herceg Novi

by SonjaDu

Thanks - v useful to know that! Do you know if a taxi will take you right across the border or do you need to change?

RE: RE: Dobrovnik to Herceg Novi

by TanyaN

You can get a taxi driver from Montenegro to meet you at Dubrovnik Airport. He'll take you directly across the border to Herceg Novi for 35 Euros. Contact the Hotel Perla in Herceg Novi, they can give you the contact details.

Travel Tips for Herceg-Novi

One day excursions

by vesna04

Here are some suggestions for the one day trips while in H.Novi. Visit Ostrog Monastery, or Ada Bojana in Ulcinj or go on "off the road mountain jeep safari". You can find all the informations in this travel agency. It is called DAS and it is situated on the main road towords Hotel Plaza.

Beach Miriste

by vesna04

This is not a natural sandy beach, but still it is awesome. Not the beach itself, but the surroundings. Located beside the hundreds years old olive trees, with a cosy restaurant with delicious food it is the ideal place to spend a relaxed beach day. The parasoles and the chairs can be hired. You can have a refresment on the beach itself or in the cool-shade restaurant virtualy two steps away. It also is in easy reach by boat. Everything that was writen in previous tip about the transport can be applyed to this one too. In fact those 2 beaches are very close to each other and are less than 5 min. by foot. You can check them both and decide where to spend a day.

Herceg Novi looks like one big...

by Srechko

Herceg Novi looks like one big botanical garden. It has long history and many were fighting for this town. One of the most beautiful sacral monuments is the 'Savina' Monastery (photo). They say it was build 1000 years ago.

Savina Monastery

by karenincalifornia

Savina Monastery and the St. Save Serbian Orthodox church overlook the Bay of Kotor, offering a beautiful view for its residents.

This picture was taken just before sunrise and shows the peaceful resting spot of the residents of the Savina. I have a thing for cemeteries - I find I get good GSM reception there, so I was making an a Planetfone call when I took this picture. I made sure I didn't wake the dead.

Tora

by vesna04

Once you are on the main square you will see this nice feature of the old town. It is Clock Tower or Tora and it dates back from the middle of 17th century. In fact it was ordered by Turkish Sultan Mahmud in 1667. If you want a closer look at it just take the main staircase from the square.

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