From Kotor: Cetinje, Budva, and Lovcen National Park
- Admire the Medieval architecture of Kotor, a UNESCO World Heritage Site
- Explore the Old Town of Budva
- Visit Cetinje, the Royal Capital of Montenegro
- Try the best prosciutto in the region in Njegusi Village
Meet your guide in the Old Town of Kotor, a UNESCO World Heritage site famous for its Medieval architecture. Wander around the city before hopping in an air-conditioned bus for a 30-minute drive to Budva, where you will be guided through the Old Town.
After visiting Budva, continue to Cetinje to visit the Royal capital of Montenegro. Stop along the way at a viewpoint for breathtaking vistas of Sveti Stefan Island below. Cetinje was, and still is, an important cultural center of Montenegro, so enjoy plenty of time to visit its main sights, museums, the royal theater, and churches.
Next, travel through Lovcen National Park and catch a glimpse of Mount Lovcen, the inspiration behind the name Montenegro (Black Mountain). Stop in Njegusi Village, known as the birthplace of the Petrovic dynasty, to taste the best prosciutto (smoked ham) in the region.
Continue along serpentine roads to Kotor stopping on the way to enjoy stunning views of Boka Bay from more than 1,000 meters above sea level.
- Food and drinks in Njeguši village
- Additional food and beverages
- People with mobility impairments
- Wheelchair users
Prepare for the activity
Please arrive at the meeting point 10 minutes before the activity starts.Your guide will be holding a letterboard with the name of Sondor Travel on it and will meet with you in front of the big clock in the square.Open in Google Maps ⟶