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34 ports in 14 countries: Carnival Legend’s 2020 European schedule released

Carnival Legend will operate Carnival Cruise Line's most diverse European season to date with nine- to 16-day voyages visiting 34 ports in 14 countries...

Montenegro capitalizing on .me domain

Four years ago, Montenegro separated from Serbia, and two years later, the

Montenegro tourism campaign seen as strike against tourism in Croatia

A new campaign to attract tourists to Montenegro, under the motto “99 euro for 10 days” is seen as a marketing trick and a strike against tourism in Croatia, according to Croatian media.

Montenegro introduces eco-tax for tourist cars

PODGORICA - Montenegro will launch a new green tax this summer for all foreign cars, buses and trucks entering the Adriatic state to try to protect its environment, officials said on Monday.

Montenegro rises as top tourist destination

Montenegro, as a tourism destination, is rising to the top. And quite fast indeed. The new tourism star, also a new independent nation, is committed to making a name in the industry today regardless of size. Tourism leaders have begun to take advantage of some of the unique opportunities available in this Mediterranean warm water basin.

Eastern Med tourism from Australia bring good news

The media including the travel industry media tends to have an almost obsessive focus on negative stories from the Eastern Med including the conflict between Israel and the Hamas-dominated Gaza Strip and the internal problem in Lebanon. While these problems are very real there remains a lot of positive news.

Eastern Mediterranean: A top pick for Australians

The media including the travel industry media, tends to have an almost obsessive focus on negative stories from the Eastern Med including the conflict between Israel and the Hamas dominated Gaza Strip and the internal problem in Lebanon. While these problems are very real there remains a lot of positive news.

Serbia faces months of instability and stark choice

BELGRADE (Reuters) - Serbia faces renewed uncertainty on Monday under a caretaker government which will lead the country into its most important election since voters ended the era of the late autocrat Slobodan Milosevic A deep division over the importance of Kosovo versus future European Union membership killed off the 10-month-old coalition of Prime Minister Vojislav Kostunica on Saturday.
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