The central part of Montenegro unveils the old and new capitals of the country and everything in between. Less tourism, more domestic life, a variety of modern cuisine, national parks, monasteries and other landmarks will present current Montenegro.

popular attractions

These are just some of the popular attractions you can visit joining one of our tours


A former royal capital of Montenegro

Cetinje was the capital of Montenegro until 1946 and remains an important political and cultural center. The city is home to a number of museums, galleries, and historical buildings, including the Cetinje Monastery, the Biljarda Palace, and the Zetski dom. These landmarks attract many visitors to Cetinje each year.

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Lake Skadar

The largest lake in Southern Europe

Skadar Lake is the largest lake on the Balkan Peninsula and is known for its fresh water and diverse flora and fauna. It is also home to one of the largest national parks in Montenegro. The region surrounding the lake is home to a number of monasteries, churches, villages, fortresses, and other sacred monuments. Skadar Lake has been a witness to Montenegrin history since the 11th century.


The capital of Montenegro

Podgorica is located at the confluence of the Ribnica and Morača rivers and is an important political, cultural, and economic center in the country. The city is known for its museums, galleries, and cultural institutions, as well as its lively nightlife and shopping districts. Landmarks in the city include the Millennium Bridge, the Podgorica City Stadium, and the King Nikola’s Palace.

Ostrog Monastery

The most popular monastery in the region

The Ostrog Monastery is a Serbian Orthodox monastery in Montenegro known for its beautiful setting and cultural significance. The monastery is built into the cliffs of Mount Ostroška Greda and is divided into two parts: the Lower Monastery and the Upper Monastery. The Lower Monastery is more accessible and contains a church, monastery, and museum, while the Upper Monastery is only accessible by a steep path and contains the tomb of Saint Basil of Ostrog. It is a popular destination for visitors to Montenegro.


To explore this area of Montenegro, you have the option to join a tour or request a private tour on this page.

Alternatively, you can rent a motorcycle from us to explore the area on your own. Our rental service includes a full set of gear and accessories, as well as GPS routes, recommendations, and 24/7 support.