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Located in a surreal and unique atmosphere and environment, as if trapped in time, Kotor will "tell" you about ancient legends and incredible stories. If Lonely Planet decides to choose Kotor (Montenegro) as the first place for 2016 (List of best places to travel), there is no need to think too long. Pack your things, don't forget your camera.It will take you a few hours to visit all the attractions in Kotor, but you should certainly spend the longest time in the Old Town.We guarantee that you will be impressed with Kotor and the entire Bay of Kotor.
We will also visit Perast. A wonderful little old town, which is specific in many ways. Throughout history, many have tried to conquer this place and put it under their wing (Byzantine Empire, Venetian and Hungarian, French, Austrian conquerors...). Each of them left a significant mark on this wonderful, beautiful little place.Today, Perast is one of the most luxurious destinations in Montenegro, offering an unforgettable experience. Museums and churches, but above all, the main attraction is the island of Gospe od Škrpjela - one of the two islands off the coast of Perast in Boka Kotorska. We will go there by boat.
The most popular destination in Montenegro, it is known for its many beaches (35 different beaches), famous walls and rich history. Budva is 2500 years old. Learn more at the Budva City Museum. Then walk through the stone streets of the city center, take pictures of the Citadel, visit the church of St. Mary and St. Ivana hidden behind the stone city walls. Given that Budva is truly the most popular destination in Montenegro, it is no wonder that the first association with it is nights full of beaches and exciting nightlife. On Mogren beach, located only 150 meters from the city walls, you will recognize the symbol of the city, the Budva Ballerina.
We start from Kotor and climb on the old road from the time of the Kingdom of Montenegro. It is a road that calls for adventure, and the story of that road hides the legend of one lov In the village of Njeguši, which is located between Kotor and Lovćen National Park, we will discover authentic Montenegrin culture and cuisine. You can try and buy local products such as prosciutto, cheese, wine and another. This village was once a historical power of old Montenegro. The country was ruled by a bishop, prince bishop and serdar, who was responsible for defense. Both positions were passed down the family lines in the clans based in Njeguši, which made Njeguši an important place. The most famous Njegušan is Petar II Petrović Njegoš, who was the Montenegrin bishop from 1830 to 1851. Njegoš, as he is known, was born in the only two-story house in Njeguši, and the house is now a museum. The house and furniture show the way a typical Montenegrin family of the upper class lived in the 19th centurye. Referred to as the ‘serpentine road’, the road has 25 switchbacks and gives you incredible views of the Bay of Kotor.
After 30 min we will came in cpital of old Montenero great Cetinje. In order to protect its folk from the Ottoman invasion and preserve the orthodox religion and culture, the great emperor Ivan Crnojevic left the fertile area of Skadar lake and found shelter in the raw area of Lovcen Mount. Having built his palace and the Monastery, he founded the new seat of the old Montenegro and the seat of the Montenegrin Metropolitanate, the town of Cetinje. In the center of the town where we first stop, you will see the bequest of the most important Montenegrins, the Petrovic Dynasty, which ruled the country for over 200 years: Biljarda - the residence of the bishop, writer, and philosopher Petar II Petrovic Njegos, King Nikola’s Palace, Monastery of Cetinje… Petrovics were constantly struggling against Turks for the independence of their homeland and finally gained it at the end of the 19th century and attracted various European countries to open their embassies in this small town. By visiting King Nikola’s palace our tour guide will introduce you to the life of the Royal Family Petrovic. You will also have free time to feel the peaceful atmosphere of Cetinje, explore the former embassies, or refresh in a café.
After Njegus, we will visit the Mausoleum of Petar II Petrovic-Njegos. Petar II Petrović Njegoš was more than just the Prince-Bishop of Montenegro. He was a philosopher and a poet, and beyond that, he was a beloved political and cultural leader. We will pass 441 steps and we will reach the most impressive part of the mausoleum, the chapel that has 6 sides.The statue of the ruler was made by the world-famous sculptor Ivan Meštrović.This artistic masterpiece is made from a single piece of granite, which originally weighed 50 tons!When the statue was completed in 1974, it was 4 meters tall and weighed 29 tons.The ceiling is covered with 200,000 gold pieces that together produce one huge gold mosaic weighing 18 kg.When we leave the mausoleum on the opposite side, we are offered a bird's eye view of 70% of the entire mountainous and rocky area of Montenegro.We will enjoy the beautiful view of Boka Kotorka and continue the journey to the adventure park.
We start the adventure with two stops with beautiful views of Budva and the island of Sveti Stefan. we continue the picturesque drive to the small fishing village of Virpazar. Virpazar is a fairytale place at the crossroads where many different roads intertwine. Virpazar also has three stone bridges, sung in old folk songs. The well-known picnic spot is the main transit station for cruises on the largest lake in the Balkans and for visiting cultural and historical monuments, monasteries and fortifications concentrated on picturesque islands called Gorica. Sandy beaches, authentic rural architecture, and vineyards are an integral part of the landscape that offers visitors a rich table of fresh lake fish and high-quality Crmnik wines. Virpazar was mentioned for the first time in 1242 in the charter of King Vladislav, when it was an important trading center. In the second half of the 19th century, it was connected to Bar by a cart road, and from 1908 by a narrow-gauge railway. This place is also one of the first post offices in Montenegro.We board the ship and proceed with stunning photos and scenic drives. The largest lake in the Balkans appears on our way - Lake Skadar (70% in Montenegro, fully protected as a National Park - 30% remains in Albania). Known as a paradise for birds and fish, this place offers a unique insight into the Montenegrin wilderness.
About twenty kilometers away from Kolašina, tucked away on the Bjelasica mountain, Biogradska gora National Park offers you a lot on its 5,650 ha. Walk through a rainforest reserve - one of three remaining in Europe, with trees over 40 meters tall and up to 500 years old. Enjoy the scenery by taking a leisurely walk around Lake Biograd
We will stop to enjoy the view of the beautiful Boka. We will capture that moment with cameras and go to enjoy the beauty of the Black Lake. Mount Durmitor is the largest national park in Montenegro. If you are a traveler who wishes to enjoy spectacular breathtaking views of untouched nature or maybe try something more challenging such as hiking, biking, rafting, mountaineer ing, Durmitor can offer everything. The jewel in this shining crown is the Black Lake, the biggest and most beautiful of 18 glacial lakes on Mount Durmitor. Located only 3 km from the nearby town of Zabljak, it is easily accessible and offers a perfect spot for a daily get-away during busy summer times on the Montenegrin coas.
After a rest and a beautiful lake, we go to the Tara river bridge. The Durdevića Tara Bridge is one of the best places to see the Tara Canyon in Montenegro. The Tara Canyon is the second-deepest canyon in the world next to the Grand Canyon in the United States and the views from the bridge are magnificent. The Durđevića Tara Bridge connects the two sides of the Tara Canyon. From the bridge, which you can walk along, you'll get stunning views of the canyon and surrounding countryside. Far below you are the rapids of the Tara River, known as the 'Tear of Europe' because it is so clean. The canyon is densely forested and the colors go from lush green in spring and summer to a riot of yellows, oranges, and reds in autumn to cool white when it's blanketed in snow in winter. This area is part of Durmitor National Park, so it's a beautiful.
Have you heard of the zip line by the Djurdjevica Tara Bridge? Flight over a deep gorge encourages a strong adrenaline rush, and everything is seasoned with an indescribable panoramic experience of nature from a specific angle. Do not miss experiencing the deepest European canyon of the river Tara from a completely new perspective, with the largest zipline in Europe. The endless green of the surrounding forests and meadows and the turquoise river are seen from 200 meters of altitude and will be etched in your memory forever. After the adventure, the next lunch. The trip cannot be completed without traditional Montenegrin food to complete the impression. Satisfied, we return to the place where we started the adventure
We start our journey by driving to the viewpoint from which we can see the whole of Budva, the bride of the Adriatic. After an hour's drive we will visit Podgorica. The capital of Montenegro. We will take you to the Cathedral of Resurrection of Christ & Church of Holy Savior. The Cathedral of the Resurrection of Christ in Podgorica, with its monumental, architectural, and artistic value, is a unique, new, religious building. Construction of the temple began in 1993 and lasted for 20 years. The temple is dominated by two pirgs – towers, that are 26.7 meters high, and 17 bells are situated in its loft. The weight of the heaviest one is around 11 tons and it is the largest bell in Balkan. At foot of the pirgs are chapels (small churches), dedicated to St. Simeon (with baptistery) and to St. Jovan Vladimir.
For the last day , we leave the most visited and famous monastery in Montenegro. It is dedicated to Saint Vasilij Ostroška, who lived in the 17th century, and whose relics are still here today. It is believed that his holy body was found intact, seven years after his death. It is carved into a steep rock, at an incredible 900 meters above sea level. The monastery is known for the miracles that still take place today, and it has become one of the most visited places of pilgrimage that gathers believers from all over the world, regardless of religion. We must emphasize that the Ostrog monastery is also known for its healing powers and the spiritual changes it awakens in a person. Visit this miracle-working monastery, see for yourself that miracles are still possible, and find your peace. After that, we go to the Koliba restaurant for lunch. There you will have the opportunity to try the traditional dishes of Montenegro. On the way back
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