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Explore Montenegro's coastal attractions on this tour from Podgorica. As you visit locations such as Sveti Stefan, Virpazar, Kotor, Donji Stoliv, and Tivat, you'll enjoy views of the Bay of Kotor, the Adriatic Sea, Lake Skadar, villages, medieval architecture, and more.
Monasteries in Montenegro are part of Christian Orthodox church and they represent unique structures which are hardly to be seen anywhere else. We choose for you those which extract themselves with authentic beauty, architecture, spirituality and stories of turbulent past.
Tour Montenegro is recommended to everyone who wants to see the best of Montenegro in only one day. During the tour you will meet fascinating nature, history, tradition, cultural heritage old for a millennium, traditional food, but even modern architecture and urban life style.
Escape the busy city of Podgorica and venture out to the Montenegro countryside for a day of sightseeing. Visit the tranquil Niagara Waterfall of Montenegro, the Cijevna River Canyon, the beautiful Ostrog Monastery carved into the cliffside, and enjoy a city tour of Podgorica on the way back. This private tour is a good opportunity to discover natural landmarks and Montenegrin culture.
Cetinje Monastery and the Lovćen National Park make ideal day trips from Podgorica, but organizing tickets and transportation to visit independently takes up valuable sightseeing time. On this tour, save time and reach both sites of interest in a day by private air-conditioned vehicle. Learn of the Cetinje Monastery’s 15th-century history from your guide, and admire spectacular views from Mt Lovćen—deep in the heart of the Lovćen National Park.
Cruise Lake Skadar (Podgorica) to see the shoreline of Lake Skadar National Park from the water; you’ll have the perfect vantage point for spotting Lake Skadar’s island monasteries, beaches, fishing villages, and many bird species. Exploring the lake in traditional ‘cun’ boat with a shallow bottom means you can follow narrow canals that larger boats can’t reach, and routes are designed to take in some of Lake Skadar’s scenic highlights.
This tour represents a blend of culture, history, religion and nature of Montenegro. Firstoff we are going to one of the most important Orthodox sanctuaries of the spiritual lifein former Yugoslavia, the Ostrog Monastery. From afar, Ostrog looks like it rises from the cold stone and its white walls stand out from the dark cliffs that surround it. OstrogMonastery was founded by St Basil who later become St Basil of Ostrog Monastery (SvVasilije Ostroski). After this spiritually profound visit, our next stop will be something quite different,calming and untouched nature of River Crnojevica. Following the road to thefisherman's village of Rijeka Crnojevica, you’ll be amazed by the mesmerizing view thatfollows us all the way to it. The photo stops are a must here because the view from theold authentic road is one of the most beautiful panoramic views in our country
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.
Most important location in Podgorica start trip From city center we first go to Monastery Dajbabe, that is built inside cave. Later we go to visit one of the biggest grapevine in Europe, and have vine tasting in Sipcanik tunnel, the old military air base under hill. From this place we are heading for drink at Niagara restaurant where are local Nijagara falls. It is very interesting and one of the most popular places to escape of city rush. After drink we are going to the opposite side of Podgorica to visit the oldest settlement in this area, the old Roman Doclea city, which is now just in ruins and still in reconstruction. From this place we are going to visit new Orthodox temple which is one of the biggest and most beautiful in region. Later we will visit Petrovica castle which is now art gallery and than we would travel around city center to see 3 monuments of Montenegrian rulers of Petrovic family. We finish trip inside old town or left you in hotel.IMPORTANT - MINIMUM 2 GUESTS
Get to know the landmarks and hidden gems of Podgorica on this half-day private walking tour. Benefit from personalized guide attention and a flexible itinerary; this private tour ensures you can also travel at your own pace. Explore Independence Square and the Roman Bridge, where the Moraca and Ribnica rivers converge. Learn about the history of the town's Ottoman rule through your guide's engaging commentary as you travel.
A city walking tour that will introduce you to Podgorica, the capital of Montenegro, and its administrative, cultural and economic centre. The wider area has been inhabited since the Stone Age, but its urban history starts with the arrival of the Romans in the 2nd century B.C. Dating from the period of Illyrian-Roman wars, Podgorica was always at the crossroads for Greek travellers, Roman legionnaires, Byzantine messengers, Serbian noblemen, Venetian merchants, Turkish invaders, Montenegrin warriors...More than 70 bombings in the Second World War have wiped out many buildings and monuments from the previous centuries. During our 90 minutes walk, we will pass by some of these remaining traces of the previous centuries but will also take a look at the way the city was rebuilt during the communist period and in the later decades.
Walk with us through the historical and most preserved parts of Montenegro' capital. Taste the spirit of the old town and hear many interesting stories about this charming town that is filled with ancient architecture and scenic views. See Independence Square, National Theatre, Hercegovacka st. etc.
On this tour you’ll have a chance to visit Monastery Dajbabe, which is situated on the bottom of the hill in a cave shaped like a cross. It is dedicated to the 20th century Montenegrin Saint ‘St. Simeon Dajbabski ‘ who built the monastery mostly by himself. After this, we will go back to the town to visit the monumental Church of the Resurrection of the Christ. As we coming walk back to the centre of the town, where we will visit the oldest church in Podgorica, the St George Church that is more than 900 years old.
Explore the central and coastal part of Montenegro. Visit Skadar lake and the little fortresses and villages around such as: Zabljak Crnojevica, Virpazar. Discover the old cities of Stari Bar, Kotor and Perast. Sail and speedboat around the Boka Bay.Learn about wine making and try finest Montenegrin wines in a family winery. Taste Mediterranean and continental cuisine and enjoy the famous sunsets around the Boka Bay.
Welcome to Montenegro and start your New Year holiday in this beautiful country with the help of Monte Mare Travel. In this 8 days arrangement, visit the most recognizable places and monuments that are on the 'postcards' of Montenegro in world wide magazines. Enjoy concerts of regional popular stars, beautiful music and New Year's atmosphere on the Adriatic coast. Discover Podgorica - Capital of Montenegro and its most famous wineries, Cetinje - Old Royal Capital with its museums and churches,Ostrog - the third most visited place when it comes to visits to the Christian world, just after Christ's tomb in Jerusalem and the Holy Mountain in Greece. Then, Adriatic coast: Budva - Montenegrin metropolis of tourism, Perast a medieval town, Our Lady of the Rocks island, Kotor -included in the UNESCO list of World Cultural and Natural Heritage, Tivat -luxurious marina so-called 'Montenegrin Monaco' , Saint Stefan - a unique place in the whole world, at the same time an island - city - hotel...
Learn more about Podgorica on a tour which begins on Trg Nezavisnosti and goes over Skaline to Stara Varoš, Sahat kula and Hussein Paša mosque. Bridge on Sastavci is the oldest one in Podgorica, and Stara Varoš used to be city nucleus during the Ottoman rule. Tour goes on a light walk to Petrović Palace on Kruševac, which used to be a former winter palace of the King Nikola I Petrović. After that, we go on to the administrative center of the city and end our tour in Bokeška street.
Podgorica is the capital of Montenegro located in the center of this country, at the intersection of several important road directions that lead from the sea to the continental part of the country. It is the main administrative, political, economic, traffic, scientific and educational - cultural center of Montenegro. It offers a wide range of discoveries to visitors through cultural heritage, archaeological sites, monuments, museums, and through nature in a national park, active holidays, views of canyons, rivers and bridges, as well as enjoyment of traditionally produced food and wine.
DESCRIPTION: Budva, the tourist metropolis of Montenegro is about 2500 years old and is one of the oldest cities on the Adriatic coast. The coastal area, known as the Budva Riviera, is the centre of Montenegrin tourism and is famous for its well-preserved medieval town, sandy beaches and diverse nightlife.
This is a short tour near Podgorica great to meet our history, culture and tradition. We will visit one of the most beautiful view point on Skadar lake National Park , Pavlova strana from where lake looks like fjord. Let's enjoy tasting organic wines in a great atmosphere . We will learn traditional way of making wine and liqueurs and this family really have the experience since they have a lot of golden medals. Our travelers also have opportunity to visit monument from Communism period which tell about classless country ruled by principles of socialism, a population of ethnic equality all bound together by feelings of 'brotherhood and unity'... - All transfers- Wine tasting (5 sorts of wine, shots, grrapa and snacks)- Charming guide and good atmosphere
DESCRIPTION:This is a holy place visited by believers of all religions from all over the world. It is the third most visited place in the whole Christian world, just after the Tomb of Christ and the Holy Mountain. Ostrog Monastery is known for the miraculous powers of the relics of St. Vasilije Ostroški. Please wear respectful clothing. Shoulders and knee should be covered. Comfortable shoes are advised.
This is one of two routes that were used by Montenegrin's to communicate with the external world during the tough medieval period. Imagine how they would have used rocks and the forest as camouflage and still make the journey to the places around. During this tour, we will also visit the Rijeka Crnojevica, the tiny fishing town that is well known in Montenegrin history as the place where the 15th century capital of Montenegro was formed. Today Rijeka Crnojevica is one of the most interesting Montenegrin weekend escapes. We will also visit the viewpoint ‘Pavlova strana’ to enjoy a magnificent view on the Lake Skadar National Park. This is till today considered one of the most beautiful viewpoints in 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.
Monastery Morača (built in 1252) is one of the most monumental Orthodox medieval monuments of Montenegro.Kolašin is at 954 m above sea level and offers excellent holidays in winter and summer. Many people call this city an aerial spa due to the height and extraordinary climatic conditions. There is a unique botanical garden in Kolašin, which is a true treasure of flora of the continental part of Montenegro.A special attraction for tourists is the National park Biogradska gora. It is the first declared national park in Montenegro in 1952 and it occupies an area of 5650 ha. Biogradska gora simply captures its pure beauty. Surrounded by mountain heights, centuries-old forests and meadows, sprinkled with streams and coves, decorated with beautiful lakes, is a magnificent gift of nature.
In this arrangement by help of ‘Monte Mare Travel’ you will be able to see unique beauties of Montenegro for only 5 days. From Podgorica, the capital of Montenegro we will go to the North of the country and visit Žabljak – the highest town in Balkan and ski center, National park Durmitor (1980. included in UNESCO), Black lake and Đurđevića Tara bridge. Then, through ‘Montenegro tour’ you will visit Cetinje – Old Royal Capital, village Njeguši with tasting national traditional specialities, then drive along Serpentines – road tourist attraction, to the Kotor – one of the top 10 Europe destinations under UNESCO protection and Budva – metropolis of Montenegrin tourism. For the last day, it is predicted tour by train with a view on a canyon Platije that persists through the vertical rocks and cliffs, which climb high and up to 1,000 meters above sea level. You will also be able to see Kolašin, National Park Biogradska Gore, Biogradsko lake, Botanic garden, Morača monastery(est. 1252).