This is tour which will take you breath away. We go to the historical and royal capital of Montenegro, visiting the mausoleum of famous ruler Petar II Petrovich Njegosh and show you a great hristians relic.
In this tour, you will see cultural highlights of Montenegro, King Nichola palace at Cetinje (old royal capital) and Njegusi Mausoleum and you will taste traditional smoked ham, prosciutto and cheese with local vine and rakija. On the way back to Kotor, you will also have a chance to see an interesting workshop of woven art as a part of traces of Ottomans in Balkans and Montenegro. This is a great tour to experience old world Mediterranean Montenegro and as well enjoy protected history of the UNESCO heritage town of Kotor where you will have a city tour with some museums.
On this Medieval Montenegro tour, you will visit the never conquered old royal capital of Montenegro, Cetinje, and learn about its heritage and interesting way of life. You will be taken to the Falcon heights of the Lovćen Mountain and National park that played a great historical role in shaping key events in Montenegro. Abundantly rich in flora and fauna, Lovćen is an important reserve for many of Montenegro's native bird species, and around 1200 varieties of plants. On the second highest top of Lovćen you can find the highest mausoleum in the world dedicated to Petar II Petrovic Njegos, a famous Montenegrin leader and poet from 19th century.
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.
Montenegro is a Mediterranean country in Southeastern Europe. It has a coast on the Adriatic Sea to the southwest.If we had to describe the European country of Montenegro with only two words, those words are undoubtedly: "mountain” and “sea”. Montenegro may be small in terms of area, but it boasts stunning mountainous landscapes, amazing coastlines, historic monuments and truly beautiful walled towns.. It has a coast on the Adriatic Sea to the south-west and is bordered by Croatia to the west, Bosnia and Herzegovina to the northwest, Serbia to the northeast, and Albania to the south-east. Its capital and largest city is Podgorica, while Cetinje is designated as the Prijestonica, meaning the former Royal Capital City.
Spend a great day in Montenegro in the company of a local guide who will show you the best of the country. Your guide will take you first to the Old Town of Kotor, a UNESCO World Heritage site, famous for its Medieval architecture. Next, within a 30 minute drive, you head down to Budva where you will be guided through the Old Town and its many souvenir shops. After visiting Budva, you will continue the trip driving up to Cetinje to visit the Royal capital of Montenegro. Before reaching Cetinje, if you want to have your experience memorized on a picture, then take some time to stop by the road to shoot amazing views of Sveti Stefan Island. Cetinje was and still is, an important cultural center of Montenegro, so give yourself some time to visit its main sights, museums, the royal theater, and Churches.As you travel through Lovcen National Park on to Njegusi village,when you will stop to taste the best prosciutto (smoked ham) in the region.
Easy active tour allows you to experience Montenegro in the right way through activities which do not demand some special fitness readiness. You will discover the capital of Montenegro – Podgorica city, through easy walking tour, and next days enjoy rafting on Tara river known as 'tear of Europe' because of its clean water (its canyon is the deepest in Europe, and second deepest in the world after Colorado), easy hiking tour in Obodska cave – Rijeka Crnojevića (beautiful little historic place), climbing to the Lovćen mausoleum - symbol of Montenegro and its freedom (461 steps to the top), visiting Cetinje – Old Royal Capital, Budva – metropolis of Montenegrin tourism, also known as 'Queen of Adriatic', Saint Stefan – a unique place in the whole world, at the same time an island, a city and a hotel. You will have an opportunity to take a photo on the Pavlova side – viewpoint from which photos represent Montenegro in magazines worldwide!
On this tour you will visit local winery, and also local honey farm where you will enjoy the locally produced wine and liquors of Montenegro and delicious food, combining it with the beautiful nature and historical experience as you pass through the zones of Lake Skadar and Cetinje’s Old Royal Capital. Incomparable natural beauty and lots of sunlight have blessed these two regions to become one of the most famous areas in viticulture and bee keeping. This is the best tour a hedonist can experience in Montenegro, tasting the best delights our country have to offer..
The territory of today's Montenegro has a large number of monasteries, churches and temples of various religious confessions. Montenegrins are very religious people, the majority of the population are members of the Orthodox religion. With ‘Monte Mare Travel’ in this tour, you will visit three largest sanctuaries in Montenegro and find out interesting stories about relics (the right hand of John the Baptist, a peace the Holy Cross and the icon Philermos) in Cetinje Monastery, Saint Vasily in Ostrog monastery, as well as frescoes of post Byzantine period in Morača monastery. Also, in this tour, you will be able to see historical part of Old Royal Capital – Cetinje.