Tour includes departure from Kotor ancient Venecian republic town, beach Jaz (stop to enjoy panoramic view on the most beautiful beach in Europe according to the Lonely planet and place where famous concerts during summer take place), Budva (panoramic ride), visit to old town Budva, Sv.Stefan old fisherman village transformed into
town-hotel, and keep going up to continental part through Brajici where there is a wonderful view to Budva. We continue up for panoramic overview of former Montenegrin capital Cetinje, a small, royal town with a unique cultural heritage, famous Monestery, court, royal theatre, and diplomatic houses. Next, a panoramic ride up to Njegusi, where the greatest
Montenegrin poet and ruler was born (recommendation to try national products cheese and ham that are special because of the atmosphere conditions where these are made, and brandy of course), magnificent fairytale view to complete Boka bay.
The picture below shows the view on Boka bay from the Njegusi serpentine road. Usually the welcomed visitors of Montenegro stay speachless and can't beleive they are looking onto bay in all its glory. Zip line has been streched at a certain point of this road..
The visit to Cetinje which is the most important town in Montenegro, as being royal one, where are completely preserved diplomatic houses, King Nikola museum, Monastery storing famous relics and the view onto the Boka bay make difference within this tour and the 4 hour one. It is interesting to mention that we celebrate Christmas Eve in front of Monastery Cetinje as being so important as our national symbol. But let's pass in pictures the itinerary of our tour from the beginning..
PANORAMA OF BUDVA FROM BRAJICI
VILLAGE NJEGUSI AND KOD PERA NA BUKOVICU - THE OLDEST RESTAURANT IN BALCANS
Panorama of Kotor bay from the Njegusi road
Now we will pass the most important town in Montenegrin history – Cetinje. Cetinje was a former capital of Montenegro but also hometown of the most famous Montenegrin ruler and also a poet.
CETINJE "THE HEART OF MONTENEGRO"
At the foot of Lovcen Mountain lies the town of Cetinje, both the old and new capital of Montenegro. The Cetinje Monastery, the symbol of Montenegrin spirituality, keeps in its treasury the most precious relics such as the embalmed hand of Saint John the Baptist, part of the Holy Cross, and the book "Oktoih Prvoglasnik", the first book of the Balkans and Slavic south printed in the Cyrillic alphabet as early as 1494. Cetinje as the historic capital contains important buildings such as Biljarda, which Njegos built in 1838, the Palace of King Nikola, the Blue Palace, Zetski dom and other buildings that were once consulates of powerful countries. The Government House, a neo-baroque building, now houses the Art Gallery with the Blue Chapel, having one of the best-known icons of the Christian world "Lady of Philerme". In the same building, there are collections of contemporary artists, including the works of Picasso, Renoir, Chagall and Dali.
The minimum duration of this tour is 5 hours (if we prolong up to one hour, it is free of charge).
The fee is created on demand.
The starting point of this tour is Kotor, but can be arranged from any other town in Montenegro.