The old cities of Montenegro (Kotor, Budva, Cetinje) and Saint Stefan
During this tour, we will introduce you to some of the oldest cities in Montenegro. You will find out who and when founded them, their history from the Illyrian times to the Austro-Hungarian Empire and further to socialist Yugoslavia. We will walk along the old streets and visit all the historical places in the city.
Waterfalls and mountain lakes of Montenegro
From the sea coast of Montenegro, we will be going north to the mountains for 1 hour where it is easy to breathe even in the heat of August. The canyon of the river Tsarevna and Moraca, waterfalls and mountain lakes with natural landscapes of incredible beauty will definitely leave you breathless. We will have lunch in the national restaurant at an altitude of 1000 meters above sea level.
Monastery Ostrog, Cetinje Monastery
Ostrog Monastery is the most visited monastery in the world after Jerusalem and St. Athos. We’ll accompany you to visit Cetinje Monastery renowned for the right hand of John the Baptist, as well as the Life-Giving Cross of the Lord on which Jesus Christ was crucified.
National evening (Montenegrin wedding)
We invite everyone to the Montenegrin national evening. Just within a few kilometers from Budva in a cozy restaurant, our folklore evening begins its show. You will hear folk Montenegrin songs, see traditional dances performed by young men and women in national costumes.
Mount Lovcen, Negushi village and Cetinje
Do you want to plunge into the history of the country? Visit the ancient Montenegrin capital, Cetinje and the legendary Cetinje Monastery! Explore peaceful Negushi that gave Montenegro its legendary rulers and taste delicious prosciutto and Negush cheese.