The Republic of Montenegro, a small country that is very inconspicuous in Europe, has become a back garden for Europeans because of its beautiful scenery and low prices.
There are many black mountain roads, but there is a saying called infinite scenery in the dangerous peak. On the way we walked along the mountain road, we had a lot of beautiful scenery.
Perast Parish, the old town next to Kotor in Montenegro, can be reached by car in about half an hour. There is someone on the road to Perast, and there is a parking lot at the door, which is very convenient.
In order to find the most beautiful shooting angle, I followed the predecessor's Raiders to the bell tower that is said to be full of bird droppings, but it has not allowed visitors to enter. Even if we are holding the smell of bird droppings, we must look at the ancient city. Looking for a stone step all the way up, we can find a relatively good position on the roof that looks like a residential building. The advantage is that the clock tower is also included, and finally the old city is photographed. The most beautiful scenery.