Kotor Cable Car

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Cable Car Kotor Transfer Experience

1. Cable Car Kotor Transfer Experience

Embark on a remarkable journey with our Cable Car Kotor Transfer tour, beginning with a seamless transfer to the lower station of the cable car. Step into luxurious Mercedes Benz vehicles, accompanied by our knowledgeable English-speaking driver, as you prepare for an unforgettable experience. As you ascend to the majestic Mount Lovćen, marvel at the captivating scenery unfolding before your eyes, with panoramic vistas stretching as far as the eye can see. Once atop, immerse yourself in leisure time, allowing you to soak in the tranquility of the surroundings and capture the beauty of the landscape. Indulge in moments of serenity or exploration before descending back to reality. Conclude your adventure with a smooth transfer back to your ship, where memories of this extraordinary excursion will linger long after.

Kotor Cable Car-Lovcen-Njegusi ( private tour )

2. Kotor Cable Car-Lovcen-Njegusi ( private tour )

The tour starts with a meeting in the port of Kotor or at the address you specify. We go to Dub, where we start the cable car ride. During the cable car ride you will have the chance to enjoy amazing views at Kotor, Tivat and whole bay. You will go from 65m to 1350m above sea level in only 11 minutes ! After that we continue our trip to village Njegusi. In the village of Njegusi, 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.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. After Njegusi, we will visit national park Lovcen and the Mausoleum of Petar II Petrovic-Njegos. Petar II Petrovic Njegos 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. When we finish sightseeing the historical and traditional part of our country, on the way to Kotor we enter the world of untouched nature, 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 love. Referred to as the ‘serpentine road’, the road has 25 switchbacks and gives you incredible views of the Bay of Kotor. Namely, on the part of the road from Kotor to Trojica, there is an M-shaped moat. According to the story, the young engineer Josip Slade-Šilović had the task of designing a modern road for cars from Kotor to Cetinje after the Berlin Congress in 1878. This designer from Trogir was later a palace builder, and with the letter M he allegedly showed his secret love for the Montenegrin princess Milena. The Montenegrin writer Jovan J. Martinović also passed on the joke of the people of Cetinje, which was created at the expense of this letter M. "And imagine if he accidentally fell in love with Princess Olga, this journey wouldn't end without a fiddle.

Kotor Cable Car (Njegusi, Lovcen and Kotor Cable car)

3. Kotor Cable Car (Njegusi, Lovcen and Kotor Cable car)

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 love. Referred to as the ‘serpentine road’, the road has 25 switchbacks and gives you incredible views of the Bay of Kotor. Namely, on the part of the road from Kotor to Trojica, there is an M-shaped moat. According to the story, the young engineer Josip Slade-Šilović had the task of designing a modern road for cars from Kotor to Cetinje after the Berlin Congress in 1878. This designer from Trogir was later a palace builder, and with the letter M he allegedly showed his secret love for the Montenegrin princess Milena. The Montenegrin writer Jovan J. Martinović also passed on the joke of the people of Cetinje, which was created at the expense of this letter M. "And imagine if he accidentally fell in love with Princess Olga, this journey wouldn't end without a fiddle. 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.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. 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 Kotor cable car When we finish sightseeing the historical and traditional part of our country, we enter the world of untouched nature, unique climate and ambience that adorn the Bay of Boktor. You can enjoy the view, try various activities or simply drink coffee at the very top. And we'll leave the sweetest for last. On the way back, we will ride the cable car, enjoying the fabulous view. You can go from 65m to 1350m above sea level in only 11 minutes. From the cable car, you will have an amazing view of Kotor Bay and the town of Kotor, Tivat, Perast and Herceg Novi.

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Kotor Cable Car: Our most recommended tours and activities

Cable Car Kotor Transfer Experience

Cable Car Kotor Transfer Experience

Embark on a remarkable journey with our Cable Car Kotor Transfer tour, beginning with a seamless transfer to the lower station of the cable car. Step into luxurious Mercedes Benz vehicles, accompanied by our knowledgeable English-speaking driver, as you prepare for an unforgettable experience. As you ascend to the majestic Mount Lovćen, marvel at the captivating scenery unfolding before your eyes, with panoramic vistas stretching as far as the eye can see. Once atop, immerse yourself in leisure time, allowing you to soak in the tranquility of the surroundings and capture the beauty of the landscape. Indulge in moments of serenity or exploration before descending back to reality. Conclude your adventure with a smooth transfer back to your ship, where memories of this extraordinary excursion will linger long after.

Kotor Cable Car-Lovcen-Njegusi ( private tour )

Kotor Cable Car-Lovcen-Njegusi ( private tour )

The tour starts with a meeting in the port of Kotor or at the address you specify. We go to Dub, where we start the cable car ride. During the cable car ride you will have the chance to enjoy amazing views at Kotor, Tivat and whole bay. You will go from 65m to 1350m above sea level in only 11 minutes ! After that we continue our trip to village Njegusi. In the village of Njegusi, 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.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. After Njegusi, we will visit national park Lovcen and the Mausoleum of Petar II Petrovic-Njegos. Petar II Petrovic Njegos 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. When we finish sightseeing the historical and traditional part of our country, on the way to Kotor we enter the world of untouched nature, 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 love. Referred to as the ‘serpentine road’, the road has 25 switchbacks and gives you incredible views of the Bay of Kotor. Namely, on the part of the road from Kotor to Trojica, there is an M-shaped moat. According to the story, the young engineer Josip Slade-Šilović had the task of designing a modern road for cars from Kotor to Cetinje after the Berlin Congress in 1878. This designer from Trogir was later a palace builder, and with the letter M he allegedly showed his secret love for the Montenegrin princess Milena. The Montenegrin writer Jovan J. Martinović also passed on the joke of the people of Cetinje, which was created at the expense of this letter M. "And imagine if he accidentally fell in love with Princess Olga, this journey wouldn't end without a fiddle.

Kotor Cable Car (Njegusi, Lovcen and Kotor Cable car)

Kotor Cable Car (Njegusi, Lovcen and Kotor Cable car)

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 love. Referred to as the ‘serpentine road’, the road has 25 switchbacks and gives you incredible views of the Bay of Kotor. Namely, on the part of the road from Kotor to Trojica, there is an M-shaped moat. According to the story, the young engineer Josip Slade-Šilović had the task of designing a modern road for cars from Kotor to Cetinje after the Berlin Congress in 1878. This designer from Trogir was later a palace builder, and with the letter M he allegedly showed his secret love for the Montenegrin princess Milena. The Montenegrin writer Jovan J. Martinović also passed on the joke of the people of Cetinje, which was created at the expense of this letter M. "And imagine if he accidentally fell in love with Princess Olga, this journey wouldn't end without a fiddle. 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.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. 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 Kotor cable car When we finish sightseeing the historical and traditional part of our country, we enter the world of untouched nature, unique climate and ambience that adorn the Bay of Boktor. You can enjoy the view, try various activities or simply drink coffee at the very top. And we'll leave the sweetest for last. On the way back, we will ride the cable car, enjoying the fabulous view. You can go from 65m to 1350m above sea level in only 11 minutes. From the cable car, you will have an amazing view of Kotor Bay and the town of Kotor, Tivat, Perast and Herceg Novi.

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