Montenegro is one of the smallest countries in Europe, independent since 2006, yet it withholds huge contrasts in it's small land. Being relatively peaceful spot during Balkan wars in attracted many people to find their quiet place there. Since then Montenegrians, Croats, Serb, Albanian, Gypsy, Kosovo refugees all live next door, never forgetting old sores, never letting old anger vanish. Only the coffee unifies them - dark as history itself, strong as hospitality you'd struggle to find somewhere else.
Kotor, Montenegro has one of the most stunning bays in the world. This is an afternoon to evening time lapse looking across to the heritage-listed old town. The lights you can see on the hill follow the contours of the city wall.