In one day you will see Cetinje - Old Royal Capital of Montenegro, Njegusi village - the birthplace of Petar Petrovic Njegos, also known by traditional Montenegrin specialities - prosciutto, homemade cheese, brandy and honey, you will drive by Lovcen serpentines - road attraction which merges Njegusi village and Kotor. You will also visit Kotor which is under the UNESCO protection and Budva - Montenegrin metropolis of tourism.Cetinje is the old Kingdom of Montenegro. It was founded in the 15th century and became the center of Montenegrin life and its culture. Today it is a city museum with beautiful monuments, promenades and nature under the huge mountain Lovcen. Kotor was nominated for the title of the best European destination in 2019, following the results achieved in 2018 at a competition conducted by European Best Destinations - EBD.Budva is a tourist center, a monumental resort, a city theater and a prestigious town on the tourist map of Europe and the world.
For those who want to get acquainted with the tradition, culture, history and spectacular landscapes of Montenegro. Our guide will present you the old royal capital of Montenegro – Cetinje, the sleepy village of Njeguši, the rocky mountain Lovćen, enchanting Bay of Kotor and the medieval old town of Kotor.
If you want to relax from the hustle and bustle of a big city, then the best place for you is an ethno-village in the north of Montenegro. Especially for lovers of beautiful views and untouched nature, we have prepared this tour. Within 5 days you will visit the north of Montenegro, where you will live in the real Montenegrin house surrounded by high mountains, dense forests and a clean river. You can see for yourself and if you wish, take part in the rural life of the Montenegrin village: feed the goats, collect the eggs of chickens, together with the mistress learn to cook national Montenegrin dishes. And also the owner of the house can offer you additional excursions in the north of Montenegro, such as: riding a quad bike, jeep safari in the highlands, horseback riding and walking.
Spend the day learning about the many historical parts of Old Montenegro while tasting locally prepared snacks. Along with your private guide, you will enjoy a panoramic ride to Budva, Cetinje - the Royal Capitol of Montenegro, Njegusi Village, and Boka Bay. At each stop, you'll embark on a moderate walk through history, enjoying the unique offerings of Old Montenegro. Your tour will include a stop at Njegusi's family owned restaurant, Kod Pera na Bukovicu, where you will taste smoked ham, cheese, and grape brandy. There area several photo stops along the way that allow you to soak in the spectacular views this region has to offer.
In this tour we will visit one of the most distant villages in Montenegro- Mala Crna Gora, the village at the highest altitude in Montenegro, which is largely snowed most of the year. Then we descend into the canyon Sušica, where is Sušica lake, and there is also a mountain lodge. We continue the trip by jeeps to the village Nedajno and then over Piva mountain continue to the village Trsa. So, we'll make the ring around Durmitor, and on this occasion we will enjoy the view of the Valovito, Modro and Pošćensko lake. We'll also enjoy in the view of Prutaš, which is one of the highest peaks of Montenegro, whose conquest is a real pleasure (2 393 m). Also, we'll see Bobotov kuk, the highest peak of Durmitor, at 2 523 m. We must take pictures of that beautiful scenes. Over Sedlo we descend on Jezerska plateau and the ski center Savin kuk. After that we are coming to Zabljak. Of course in lunch time we are gonna enjoy in the taste of national cuisine.
Most famous Montenegrin village Njegusi is perfect opportunity to get familiar with history and tradition of Montenegro, as well to enjoy beautiful nature. You will visit family house of one of the local hosts for tasting of national product - smoked ham and cheese and homemade wine and local brandy and enjoy fresh air and beautiful scenery of the village.
All our travelers can enjoy an amazing tour from Kotor Old Town to Njegusi Village-Lovcen walking up the ancient road of Piano, passing into the woods of Montenegro, zigzagging the moutains and reaching a spectacular view of the bay from the top.
If there is one cultural, historical and religious monument that Montenegro is famous for, that is, undoubtedly, the Ostrog Monastery. The Ostrog Monastery, with the relics of St.Basil of Ostrog, the Miracle Worker, is the greatest sanctuary of Montenegro. It was built in 1650 and it consists of the Lower Monastery, the Upper Monastery and the Church of the Holy Martyr Stanko, a shepherd from the village Podvrace, Danilovgrad who was cut into pieces and killed by the Otomans because he refused to convert to Islam.
Lovćen is the symbol of Montenegro and its freedom. The mountain is located at 1749 m above sea level, and in 1952, it was declared a national park. On one of the peaks of Lovćen, Jezerski vrh – 1675 m above sea level, there is a Mausoleum, dedicated to Peter II Petrović Njegoš bishop, ruler, thinker and poet, one of the most important figures of Montenegrin history. This place, this great man has chosen for his life for his eternal rest. From the Jezerski vrh you can see half of Montenegro, Adriatic Sea, Skadar Lake, and when are good weather conditions the coast of Italy. As one of the 5 national parks, Lovćen is special in many ways. It is rightly said that Lovćen is a natural treasure of Montenegro. At the foothill of Lovćen, at 900 m above sea level, there is the most famous Montenegrin village Njeguši, where the Petrović dynasty comes from, which ruled for 300 years by Montenegro.