Besides being the capital and the largest city in Montenegro, Podgorica is also a country’s main intersection of roads. 

Due to its geographical location, a beauty of Budva Riviera on the south and mountain ranges in the north is easily accessible within one-hour drive. 

In addition to the status of business city, Podogorica boasts with a number of cultural institutions such as Montenegrin National Theater, Podgorica city Theater, Podgorica city museum, Museum of Marko Miljanov, Petrović dynasty palace… 

You can complete Your vacation with the whole day or whole night stay in one of the numerous restaurants and cafes.

Explore the beauties of Montenegro through organized excursions or by rent-a-car. National park Skadarsko jezero (Lake Skadar) is just 20 km from Podgorica, Monastery of Ostrog – most famous place of pilgrimage in Montenegro is 38 km away, Budva – metropolis of Montenegrin is 66 km from the capital while the Ski resort Bjelasica is located about 79 km from Podgorica.

With the average temperature of 16,4 Celsius, mild winters, warm summers and  favorable relative humidity, Podgorica is a city with a pleasant climate. 

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Budva Riviera

Located in the heart of the Adriatic coast, Budva is a metropolis of Montenegrin tourism, a town of nightlife and beautiful sandy beaches. The very center of old town and its walls radiate venetian spirit and are a famous cultural heritage. 

This ambience is a reason why Budva is known as the queen of festivals, theatres and luxury hotels. 

Summer entertainment is one of the best in Europe. In 2012, an attractive discotheque “Top Hill” was voted as the best night club in the world. 

In addition to the entertainment, Budva is known for its beautiful sandy beaches: Mogren, Jaz, Ricardova Glava, Pizana, Slovenska plaza... 

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Herceg Novi


Dubrovnik is one of the most important and most beautiful cultural and tourist destinations in South-Eastern Europe. Besides being a tourist attraction, it is also a port.

In addition to this, Dubrovnik is also a port. 

What makes Dubrovnik special are the walls that surround the entire city. Within this walls, tourists can visit many cultural monuments and historic sights such as: city walls constructed beetween 13th and 17th century, Minčeta and Bokar towers from the 15th century, Lovrijenac and Revelin fortresses, the Gate of Pila and the gate of Ploče, the Cathedral and many other churches and palaces. 

Thanks to the number of film, music and literary festivals, Dubrovnik attracts tourist from all over the world, as well as people from the region.   

We recommend a tour of this beautiful town to all of those who love cultural sites and antique buildings.

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