Vladimir Tsaran lives in Nikolsk, Penza region, Russia. He is 71 years old, a journalist, retired…
Gdansk Bay, Poland
He did not leave his profession after retiring in 2013.he publishes articles about tourism on the Internet, including on our portal. But today we present Vladimir in a different capacity — as a traveler, an individual tourist. Think, readers tourweek.ru his experience of independent foreign travel will be interesting.
– Vladimir, it is known that Russian pensioners are not yet frequent visitors to foreign resorts. And you also travel on your own. Continue reading
Montenegro is a little developed country. How to understand this, you ask. On religiosity, as same still. Every country in the world goes through stages of its own development – from super-religious to capitalist and beyond. In Montenegro, monasteries and churches still serve as political and cultural centers. And even people define “their” and “outsider” by religion. Always say that you are Orthodox — then you will even get a free ride to any city you need.
SHOPPING ON SITE
Montenegro is absolutely not a place for shopping. In addition to Podgorica, there are no boutiques and shops known anywhere outside of Montenegro. And even grocery shopping turns into hell in small towns. Continue reading