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10 Cool Bars, Clubs and Hangouts in Podgorica, Montenegro

Before we take over Podgorica for a weekend of fun with the Zenker Brothers, George FitzGerald and more, we’ve endeavored to explore the city and find its cultural gems. The Montenegrin capital, which was known at Titograd until 1992, is a small city with only about 200,000 residents, but it’s chock full of chill places to have a beer, read a Serbian novel or catch hardcore bands and techno DJs. We enlisted one of those 200,000 locals, Vladan Djurisic, to name some of the places any tourist in Podgorica must visit.

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Published August 21, 2015.