A wise man once said, “Every place you will visit will become a part of you one day”.
And that’s what we intend to bring through this experience as we invite you to visit some of the most brilliant sites of Montenegro. We guarantee that you will be amazed and stunned by the beautiful nature and the kind people that live there. A variety of experiences awaits you.
Explore the Royal Capital of Cetinje, the historical and cultural capital of this beautiful city. Cetinje has the unusual privilege of being part of two national parks.
The old town is surrounded by the mountains of the Lovćen National Park and the waters of the Skadar Lake National Park are close to its commercial center. The Lovćen National Park in the Dinara Alps encompasses Mount Lovćen, the Black Mountain from which Montenegro gets its name.
See the Njegos Mausoleum in Cetinje, in a day tour from Kotor.
Peter II ( Petrovic Njegos ) is purportedly the greatest Montenegrin ruler, poet, philosopher. His Mausoleum is on top of the second-highest mountain on the coast – Jezierski – & it requires considerable effort to get up to view it.
There is a tunnel through the base of the approach with 461 steps requiring some level of fitness! When you emerge you are spectacularly rewarded with views that drop away at your feet.
The museum belongs to Petrovic Njegos, a ruler and poet of Montenegro.
To mention is that his Mausoleum is considered to be top of the world, as it’s on the second-highest mountain in Montenegro. To climb to the mausoleum is an adventure itself.
As the trio there consists of 461 steps. Meanwhile, from there you can see the most beautiful parts of Montenegro.
The view doesn’t disappoint.
Everywhere around this city there is something to see.
With its numerous historic buildings, museums, music, art, and the acting school remains still the center of culture, history, and education of Montenegro.
This Day Tour of Cetinje and Njegos Mausoleum from Kotor will leave you amazed.
We will drive up above Kotor on the famous serpentine road from 19th century which will guarantee you with stunning vistas over Boka Bay. Our next stop will be Njeguši village where the best prosciutto (smoked ham) is made. 30 minutes break is enough to relax and enjoy these culinary delights. From Njeguši village we will continue our adventure driving to highest point of Lovćen Mountain. There we will find the highest mausoleum in the world dedicated to Peter II Petrović Njegoš. What’s great about this place, is that almost 70% of Montenegro is visible from this point and you can take breathtaking photos of Skadar Lake and Boka Bay. In the end of this visit we will drive through Lovcen National Park down to the Old Royal Capital of Montenegro. The town of Cetinje with its numerous historic buildings, museums, music, art and acting school remains still the center of culture, history and education of Montenegro. After this lovely visit we will head back to Kotor and on the way to our hotel (time permitting), we can cool down swimming in Jazz Beach, one of the best Montenegrin beaches.