Tourism in Montenegro


8 days

Tourism in Montenegro

Join us for a mesmerizing journey through Montenegro. Starting from the picturesque old town of Kotor, delve into history and face the challenges of the San Giovanni fortress. Feel the call of maritime tradition on the small islands of Perast, where sailboats sway, and listen to the primitive music of nature in the ice caves of Mount Orjen and the natural theater of Subra. Our journey takes you through renowned national parks, the historic village of Dobrsko, and to the Marković family vineyard, where not only wines but also stories and the simplicity of a long history's hospitality are crafted with care. From the mountain peaks of Lovćen to the tranquility of Lake Skadar, each step is a profound experience of Montenegro's unique charm. Our eight-day custom itineraries are designed for extraordinary discovery and enjoyment, making each journey an unforgettable chapter. UGO TRAVEL - Discover your path with you...

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We have carefully planned each day to give you the best possible experience. From exploring historic sites to sampling delicious local cuisine, every day is filled with adventure and excitement. Join us on a journey through some of the world's most fascinating destinations.

  • Arrival at the airport
  • Transfer to hotel Splendido in Prčanj
  • Check in at the hotel
  • Optional (depending on flight schedule) :Bike tour to the
    villages Prčanj, Stoliv and Muo
  • Dinner and overnight in the hotel Splendido

Muo, Prcanj and Stoliv: these are wonderful places opposite Kotor, with hundreds of jetties.
Kotor with hundreds of piers and boats, wonderful old palaces, churches and legends.
The best-known of these legends is certainly the story of the three “Tre Sorelle” sisters.
three “Tre Sorelle” sisters waiting for their future husbands
who have sailed the seas and oceans of the world, but never returned.
ever. Today, you can still see the house by the sea, made up of three parts, with three identical windows, from which you can watch the sun rise.
three parts with three identical windows from which the three sisters
looking out to sea, waiting for the end of their days. As each sister died, her window was walled up.
As each sister died, her window was walled up. Although nothing else remains
than the cold walls, you get the impression that one of the windows will open and the tragic story will continue.
would open up and the tragic story would continue like a dream, a film or something indefinite.
like a dream, a movie or something undefined that no one else has.
no one else has experienced or felt.

  • After breakfast, visit the old town of Kotor
  • Short hike to the San Giovanni fortress
  • Sightseeing cruise Kotor – Perast
  • Tour of Notre-Dame-du-Rocher Island
  • Lunch at the Conte restaurant in Perast
  • Return to Hotel Splendido in Kotor
  • Dinner and overnight in the hotel Splendido

During your visit to Kotor’s Old Town, our guide will tell you all about its rich history. Kotor, the city of merchants and famous sailors, has much to tell. Medieval architecture and numerous cultural heritage monuments have earned Kotor a place on UNESCO’s list of “World Natural and Cultural Heritage Sites”. The buildings, interwoven with streets and squares, stretch across the city. On one of them stands the Cathedral of St. Tryphon, a monument to Romanesque culture and one of the city’s most recognizable symbols.

The next adventure takes you on a boat trip to Perast, and a visit to “Our Lady of the Rock”, which stands proudly opposite Perast’s baroque old town. This is one of two charming islands in the Bay of Kotor. There’s a Roman Catholic church (of the same name) and a museum on this man-made island. It is considered one of the main tourist attractions in this part of the Adriatic due to the legend of its origin and its unreal beauty.

Boka is where opposites meet and unite, creating a very special atmosphere. In one part of the calm sea surface, rocky mountains rise abruptly, and in the other part, veritable botanical gardens emerge, while two civilizations, East and West, complement each other in a unique harmony. Boka is adorned by seven islands, and all along the bay there are pearl-lined towns, each able to tell its own story.

  • Breakfast at Hotel Splendido
  • Transfer to Herceg Novi
  • Tour of the old town
  • Transfer to Orjen mountain
  • A hike where you can discover some of the charms of the Orjen, such as the Subra amphitheatre cliff and the snow cave.
  • Refreshments and snacks in the snow grotto
  • Transfer back to hotel
  • Dinner and overnight at hotel

Mount Orjen is located in the south-west of our country, in the hinterland of Herceg Novi. We share it with our neighbors: Croatia and Bosnia-Herzegovina. Together with Lovćen and Rumija, it forms part of the mountainous transverse section, which in turn forms part of the great Via Dinarica hiking route, which many hikers consider to be one of the best in Europe.

Orjen, a mountain that rises above Herceg Novi and the Bay of Kotor, hides many interesting places that only those who reach the summit know about. One such place is Marko’s Basket, better known as the Subra amphitheater.

That this cliff and its summit have been objects of admiration for thousands of years is proved by the name itself – “Subra”, derived from the Latin “supra”, meaning above.

  • Breakfast at hotel, check-out
  • Old winding road to the village of Njeguši, visit of the village
  • Transfer to Cetinje
  • Visit to the Biljarda monastery and mausoleum
  • Lunch in a local restaurant
  • Transfer to the village of Dobrsko
  • Visit to the Marković winery and short walk through the village
  • Transfer to Bar
  • Check-in at Hotel Stara Čaršija
  • Dinner and overnight at hotel

Mount Lovćen is a national park where the vast history and symbolism of the Montenegrin nation are sublimated. Lovćen is renowned for its views from all sides. There are many points in Lovćen from which to view Montenegrin beauty: Jezerski vrh, Stirovnik, the old road from Krstac to the Ivanova korita ski resort; from the strategic Austrian roads that led to the mountain peaks, from the serpentines of Kotor – an ancient road that winds like a snake up the slopes of Lovćen.
At the top of Lovćen is the Biljarda mausoleum, where Montenegro’s greatest ruler and writer, Petar II Petrović Njegoš, is laid to rest. Lovćen is home to the picturesque mountain village of Njeguši. The village’s old houses and guvnas are authentic, as are the huts in the katuns.
The national park covers the central and highest part of the Lovćen massif, covering an area of 6,220 hectares, and was declared a national park in 1952.

The village of Dobrsko is nestled in a deep, spacious cove between the three hills of Dobrstak, Vrtijeljka and Ceklinstak, at an altitude of 350 meters. It’s just a few kilometers from Cetinje, Montenegro’s royal capital. Once a well-known region, today the village is a living monument to what traditional Montenegrin villages were like.
Thanks to its location, the village enjoys a favorable climate and extremely fertile soil. As the village of Dobrsko was at the heart of what Montenegro was at the beginning of the 20th century, it has managed to preserve its best-kept traditions and the spirit of its inhabitants and their customs.
Today, around 132 inhabitants live in the village, and each of them will welcome you like an old friend, ready to chat and tell you about the history of the area.

Welcome to Vignoble et Domaine Marković, a place where you can taste excellent wines, carefully selected by some of the most esteemed experts in the field. A place you’ll remember for its hospitality, authentic decor and a sense of belonging to a long-forgotten art of joy and love for life’s simple but delicate pleasures, such as a good glass of wine.
What has characterized us, perhaps in more ways than one, is our persistence in dreaming. We are, so to speak, fervent believers in the perseverance of dreams. What’s more, we believe that for our dreams to grow, we must first dare to dream them.

  • Breakfast at the hotel
  • Visit to the old town of Bar and the ancient olive grove
  • Photo break in Sveti Stefan
  • Visit the old town of Budva
  • Lunch in Budva
  • Return to Hotel Stara Čaršija
  • Dinner and overnight at hotel

Bar consists of the fortified town lake, surrounded by 11th- and 12th-century walls that were renovated in the 14th and 15th centuries. When you visit this part of Bar, you’ll see an old town gate dating back to the 11th century. Next to the gate stands a citadel, which was exclusively defensive in nature.

There are two well-preserved churches: the 16th-century Sainte-Catherine and the 15th-century Sainte-Vénéranda. In the old town, there’s a Turkish bath – a 17th-century hammam, a gunpowder store, as well as a few other interesting buildings, such as the remains of St. Nicholas Church. Beneath the old town lie the remains of the 16th and 17th century aqueduct, which brought water to the city.

The Vieux Olivier, symbol of the town of Bar, is the oldest tree in Europe – it’s been there for over 2,000 years. It grows on Mirovica square, five kilometers from the town of Bar. Legend has it that rival families would go to the ancient olive tree to make peace.

Budva’s old town is its most attractive part. It was built on an islet connected to the mainland by a sandy isthmus and thus became a peninsula. Such rare peninsulas are known as tombolo. The Old Town is a unique architectural and urban complex that has existed since ancient times. Historical sources, written monuments and a wealth of archaeological material indicate that Budva is one of the oldest urban centers on the Adriatic, dating back over 2,500 years. A special attraction of the old town are its walls, which date back mainly to the Middle Ages, the period of Venetian domination. In the earthquake of 1667, Budva was destroyed, and new ones were built on the foundations of the old ramparts. They were damaged again in the 1979 earthquake, after which the entire city was rebuilt and redeveloped.

  • Breakfast at the hotel
  • Mountain bike tour: Stara Čaršija – Tuđe Mili (viewpoint)
  • Photo break at the Russian monastery of Saint Sergius in Radonej
  • Continuation of the mountain bike tour: Međuriječ canyon – Velje selo
  • Lunch in Pečurice, tavern Stari ribar
  • Route along the main road Dobra vode – Stara maslina – Stara Čaršija
  • Dinner and overnight at hotel

The Tuđe Mili viewpoint is a true paradise for tourists, who can enjoy spectacular views of the entire panorama of the town of Bar and the peaks of Rumija, Lisinje and Sutorman.

The Monastery of Saint Sergius in Radonej is a Russian Orthodox female monastery belonging to the Metropolitan of the Serbian Orthodox Church of Montenegro and the Littoral. It lies at the foot of Mount Rumije near the village of Veliki Mikulići and the town of Bar in Montenegro. Saint Sergius of Radonej is the saint to whom the monastery is dedicated.

Just half an hour’s drive from the center of Bar lies one of Montenegro’s most attractive canyons, the canyon for adventurers – Međuriječ. The adventure and adrenalin begin immediately after entry, as the first vertical wall is over 30 metres high. The canyon, from start to finish, is packed with breathtaking views. There are plenty of vertical walls, pools and places to jump.

  • Breakfast at Hotel Stara Čaršija
  • Transfer to Virpazar
  • Cruise tour on Lake Skadar (to the Lesendro fortress, built in the 18th century)
  • Crossing the Gulf of Godin to the island of Grmožur, nicknamed “Montenegro’s Alcatraz”.
  • Light hiking – Godinje village
  • Visit the Garnet winery
  • Lunch at a restaurant in Virpazar
  • Transfer back to Stara Čaršija
  • Dinner and overnight at hotel

Virpazar is a peaceful town situated on three bridges over Lake Skadar. In the town center of Virpazar, several restaurants offer traditional cuisine, where you can sample a variety of fish specialties from Lake Skadar and try some of Montenegro’s most famous drinks, such as Crmnicki Vranac and rakija.

With a surface area of 370 km², Lake Skadar is the largest lake in the Balkans. It’s one of Europe’s largest bird sanctuaries, and home to 48 species of fish. Skadar Lake National Park was proclaimed in 1983.

Godinje is the Montenegrin village with a long and rich history of which we are proud. The most interesting part of the village is the Historic Hamlet with its traditional stone houses, one of which is six centuries old and was the summer home of the royal family. The story of the origin of the village’s name goes back to the 11th century, when the ruler John Vladimir of the kingdom of Duklja declared that his short stay in Godinje was very pleasant (the word “goditi” in Montenegrin means “to enjoy”).

Today, the historic hamlet of Godinje is largely deserted, but mystical and peaceful. It’s surrounded by narrow streams and beautiful countryside. Located just five kilometers from the town of Virpazar, which is the center of activities in Lake Skadar National Park, Godinje is easily accessible by car, bike or on foot.

The Garnet winery is a small, traditional production facility located in the heart of Montenegro’s most famous wine-growing region, which is also part of the Skadar Lake National Park. The stone house where we process and preserve our wines is at least five centuries old, surrounded by houses of similar style and age, forming the unique village that the State of Montenegro has designated as a heritage site – the Historic Hamlet of Godinje.

Breakfast at hotel Check-out Transfer to airport


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