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Let’s visit Cetinje – a small city museum with beautiful monuments, promenades, and nature under the huge mountain Lovćen. Cetinje is the former capital of Montenegro. It was founded in the 15th century and became the center of Montenegrin life and its culture. This small city, enriched with the greenery and architecture of the 18th and 19th centuries will surely draw your attention at first glance, through a rare combination of nature and culture, museums, art faculties, parks, and promenades.
Don’t miss an opportunity to taste traditional products in the most famous Montenegrin village Njeguši, from where comes the Petrović dynasty, which ruled for 300 years in Montenegro.
Pass along Lovćen serpentines – the way they arrived many influences of various civilizations in Montenegro, such as good wines from the French, silk fabrics of the Far East, the first ski from Norway…
See Kotor – a city and municipality on the coast of the Boka Bay in Montenegro. Situated in one of the most beautiful bays, this town of merchants and sailors has a lot to show. Kotor Bay (Boka Kotorska) is one of the deepest and longest in the Adriatic Sea and is often called the southernmost fiord of Europe. The old Mediterranean archipelago, surrounded by impressive city walls, is very well preserved and included in the UNESCO list of the World Cultural and Natural Heritage.
Between 1420-and 1797 Kotor was surrounded by Venice and Venetian influence stands out in urban architecture. Throughout the city, there are buildings, intertwined with streets and squares, and on one of them, there is a Cathedral of Saint Tryphon (XII century) – the recognizable symbol of the city – dedicated to the patron of the town. The most imposing are, however, the city walls that surround the city, about 5 km long, high to 20, and wide to 10 meters. Climbing along the walls, you will arrive at the San Giovanni fortress at about 280m above sea level from which you can see the enchanting panorama.
Various events, carnivals, and festivals organized each year give this city extra charm.
In recent years, it has been an increasing number of tourists who are attracted to the natural beauty of Boka Bay, as well as the old town of Kotor, which is not surprising, since Kotor has been on the top list of the most visited destinations for years.
It 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.
The old town of Kotor also has a great number of nicely arranged restaurants and hotels where you can taste traditional specialties as well as varied Mediterranean food.
Simply, Kotor is the city to which the visit is unavoidable!
Enjoy the drive along Boka Bay called ”the southernmost fiord of Europe” and sightseeing of Budva – the “metropolis of tourism”, the most visited destination in Montenegro and one of the most visited ones on the Adriatic. It is often given epithets like “Queen of the Adriatic”.
Departure by appointment. Driving to Cetinje – The Old Royal Capital of Montenegro (duration 1 – 2 h depending on the place – the city of departure).
Arrival at Cetinje – sightseeing of the city. You will be able to see the Cetinje Monastery, Ćipuri church, the former Njegoš’s residence – Biljarda, King Nikola’s Museum, the Presidential Palace, the Royal Theater “the Royal Theater “Zeta house”, the monument of Ivan Crnojević, Zeta ruler and founder of Cetinje (duration 1h).
Driving towards Njeguši. Arrival at the village Njeguši – the birthplace of Petar II Petrović Njegoš. The place is also known for traditional prosciutto, homemade cheese, honey, and wine. Tasting of traditional products (about 1 h and 15 min).
Driving the Lovćen serpentines (duration 1h and 20min). A pause for taking photos on the road for which there is a story that the designer Joseph Slade has devoted this route to princess Milena, so this part of the route is in the form of the initial letter of her name.
Coming to Kotor, city sightseeing: Old Town, the Square of Arms, the Cathedral of St. Triphon, the Church of St. Luke, the Maritime Museum, the Cat Square. Free time for enjoying food at one of the famous restaurants in town, shopping or for those more active climbing on the walls of the fortress of San Giovanni (the total time to spare in Kotor is 2 hours, if you decide to climb on the walls you need 45 minutes to 1 hour).
Drive to Budva (approx. 40 min).
Arriving at Budva. Tour of the Old Town, beautiful churches, squares, and Citadel. Enjoy a walk in the winding streets and a beautiful marina (about 1h).
Return. The end of the tour.
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