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The old stone bridge leads into the small town and there is a memorial to the fallen of the region during the uprising against the Nazis in World War 2.
There are a number of aggressive hawkers before you cross the bridge who try to...More
Virpazar is a beautiful town slightly spoilt by the aggressive salesmen when you arrive in town who try to get you to park in different places so you will buy their boat trip. Follow parking signs.
Kayaking and boat trips all brilliant,Lake Skadar is stunning.
The bridge is picturesque and the main feature. Around it are a couple of cafe bars and a few reasonably priced souvenir stalls. Arriving early in the day makes parking easier as it’s quite small and congested.
We had pre booked a kayaking tour with...More
A small, simple and unexceptional bridge in the centre of Virpazar crossing the Skadar lake canal and linking the town centre with the monument to the partisans and heroes of WW2, which stands at the far end of the old bridge. Surrounded by boats eager...More
Gee, it's a stone bridge. And not a big one. The view from either side seems mostly of vendors selling lake trips. It takes all of one minute to see everything.
I don't mean at all to demean the bridge (so to speak), it's just...More