"Montenegro At the moment of the birth of the planet, the most beautiful union of land and sea happened on the Montenegrin coast..."

If you wish to swim in the beautiful Adriatic Sea or a lake in one day, to go rafting or to ski on beautiful mountains your wish will be filled with your arrival in Montenegro. The country is like a fairy tale that is full of contrasts and interesting things for everyone’s taste…

Montenegro is located between 41º 52′- 43º 42′ north latitude and 18º 26′- 20º 22′ east longitude, so it belongs to the central Mediterranean, i.e. southern Europe.

The beaches stretch for almost 300 km along the coast of the Adriatic Sea, from sandy, pebbly, and rocky hidden from view, in urban and suburban areas, they give you peace, relaxation, romance and enjoyment at any time of the year. The collision of mountain and coastal climates is the ideal combination for a healthy and beautiful stay.

Clean fast rivers and streams suitable for rafting, swimming, will fascinate you with their cleanliness, speed or calm gentle flow. Unusual river banks, whether they are in canyons or plains, will completely capture your attention. You can refresh yourself in sparkling clean natural lakes, visit the rainforests around Biogradsko lake, take a look at Plav Lake, don’t miss Black Lake either, and top it all off with a ride on Skadar Lake.

Don’t miss visiting our mountains, the proud guardians of Montenegro from Lovcen, which is considered the heart and soul of the Montenegrin people as well as other mountains.

The first ecological country in the world with untouched natural a wealth of unpolluted water, protected natural complexes, 5 national parks, over 50 protected plant and 320 animal species and above all clean fresh air.

At every step, you will be greeted by the friendly, smiling and welcoming people of Montenegro. A large number of restaurants, eco-villages with local products, and hotels are at your disposal. For centuries, the center of various cultural and religious influences, Montenegro has always been and still is today, a well-known multi-ethnic country by the tolerance and harmonious relations of its peoples.

Welcome to Montenegro, relax and enjoy, we are sure that you will experience unforgettable moments and wish to be our guests again!


is called Old Lady. Dignified in the patina of the past - classy and contemporary today.

Sung in many songs, Podgorica is a city that lies on five rivers and is located in the central part of Montenegro. There are 100 bridges on the territory of Podgorica and 29 in the city itself.

Sastavci or popularly known as Skaline, the old bridge at the confluence of Ribnica and Morač, which is believed to date back to Roman times, is something worth visiting. The promenade built next to Morača will make your tour unforgettable.

According to all indications, the Vizier’s Bridge was built by the great vizier Mehmed – Pasha Sokolović in the 11th century

You will be amazed by :

Brdo Gorica with an adventure park, cycling and triathlon trails, Ljubović Hill with its cycling and triathlon trails.

Dajbabska Hill with its beautiful modernly built tower.

Additionally, enjoy the tour of the Circle around the “Korita” – a fully marked panoramic road from Podgorica to the mountain area of Kuč, the 65 km long road gives you the chance to step into a completely different world of the beautiful Cijevna canyon.

In the city itself, you can relax and rest, but also walk through the beautifully decorated quiet parks, such as Njegoš Park, Karađorđe Park, Kings Park, Podgorica Park and Balašević Park. For the little ones, we have a large number of children’s parks with children’s furniture.

Visit the national parks: Skadar Lake Prokletije mountain and Komovi mountain, relax and enjoy.

Go back in history with a tour of the ancient city of Doclea, 4 km from Podgorica, between three rivers, there are the remains of ancient Doclea from the first decade of the 1st century AD. Meduna, which is located about 12 km from Podgorica, Kuč region. Known for the monument complex consisted of the remains of the Illyrian city of Meteon, the church of St. Nicholas and the birthplace of Marko Miljanov.

Plantation 13. July and wine cellar Šipčanik has one of the most beautiful vineyards in Europe, with an area of 2,300 hectares and about 11.5 million vines. Over 30 types of grapes grow in the vineyards around Podgorica. Tour of Plantaž on July 13 plantation and over 15 domestic wineries that, in addition to offering wine, offer a large number of domestic products that give even greater pleasure to tasting various types of wine.

For sports fans, we have a large number of sports events in stadiums, sports halls, bicycle paths, and equestrian clubs. If you want additional and daily recreation, we also have a large number of fitness centers and gyms, of which we single out the Star fitness gym closest to our hotel.

Shopping centers in large numbers and renowned boutiques will leave you breathless because you will find everything you want to buy at favorable prices and with an offer at an enviable level and for everyone’s soul.

Podgorica is a city with a very good nightlife. You can enjoy the old town or modern music with friendly service and smiling and cheerful staff.

The city, which is the center of economic events with all important state institutions, is ideal for all kinds of business, conferences, presentations and meetings.

Visit Podgorica, a city that will welcome you with a smile, offer you a hand of enjoyment, a nice vacation and stay, in which you will find a way to complete all the planned tasks and get the desire to come back and be our guests again.

Relax and enjoy meeting Montenegrin beauties.

Stara Varoš was the core of Podgorica during the period of Ottoman rule (1474-1879) in urbanism and architectural forms of the city, customs, way of life and oriental characteristics. The symbol of Stara Varoša is the Clock Tower, a building located on Bećirbeg Osmanagić Square. It was built in the 18th century by Hafiz-pasha Osmanagić.

This favorite romantic place in Podgorica is also popularly called Skaline. The old stone bridge at the confluence of Ribnica and Morač, which is believed to originate from Roman times, is the oldest in Podgorica. The bridge is built of one arch, is only a few meters high, and is built of river stones. The popular name is “Bridge of Sighs”.

The former winter castle of King Nikola I Petrović is surrounded by a beautiful forest park and during the summer months it represents a kind of artistic and exhibition scene. The central building is the Castle of King Nikola, which was built in the period from 1891 to 1894, and in the past was the official winter residence of the last Montenegrin king. Next to the castle were built the Perjanički dom and the Church of the Holy Great Martyr Dimitrije, which was also the family chapel of Nicholas I. The palace complex in Kruševac today houses the headquarters of the Center for Contemporary Art, an exhibition proctor, a botanical garden, as well as a music pavilion that was built at the end of the last century.

Njegos Park is located in the center of Podgorica and represents the green heart of the city. This beautiful park is perfect for walking and relaxing, and it contains numerous sculptures and monuments of famous people.

The Museum of Podgorica was built on April 8, 1950 by integration with the Modern Gallery and Gallery of Risto Stijović in 1974. This institution exists as Museums and Galleries of Podgorica. The permanent exhibition contains a rich archaeological, cultural-historical, ethnographic and historical collection.

One of the largest and most beautiful vineyards in Europe with an area of 2,300 hectares, with about 11.5 million vines. 29 different varieties of grapes are grown in this wine-growing kingdom, among which the most important autochthonous Montenegrin varieties are vranac and krastač. After visiting the vineyards, you must visit the Šipčanik cellar and experience the impressive ambiance of a unique wine cellar in Europe, enjoying unforgettable smells and tastes.

At 4 km from the center of Podgorica, on a wide plateau between the Morača, Zeta and Širalija rivers, there are the ruins of ancient Dokleja, from the first decade and century of the new era. From the 4th century, on the eastern side of the city stands out the proctor where Christians live, churches and a large episcopal basilica are built. Certain precious examples of grave goods found – ceramic and glass vessels, pieces of jewelry, tools, weapons and money are part of the permanent exhibition of the City Museum, which is also worth visiting.

North-east of Podgorica in the area of Kuča is a monument complex consisting of the remains of the Illyrian city of Meteon, the church of St. Nicholas from the 18th century and the birthplace of Marko Miljanov, a famous hero and writer, today the city’s memorial museum. The remains of the town of Meduna, with partially preserved corner towers and ramparts, mostly belong to the medieval Turkish fortification. Next to the church are the graves of Marko Miljanov and his wife Stefa.

Lake Skadar is located not far from Podgorica and is the largest lake in the Balkans. This beautiful lake is surrounded by mountains and is a nature reserve with rich flora and fauna.

Lovćen is a mountain located not far from Podgorica and is one of the most famous tourist attractions in Montenegro. On it is the mausoleum of Petar II Petrović Njegoš, a famous Montenegrin ruler and writer. Also on the 12th kilometer on the Cetinje-Lovćen road is the town of Ivanova Korita – the most popular tourist excursion spot. The Lovćen Adventure Park is located on Ivan’s Koriti, with many aerial trails and different challenges.

Cetinje is the Royal capital of Montenegro. The town is located at the foot of Lovcen between Boka Kotorska, Lake Skadar and the Adriatic Sea. Because of its authentic architecture and a large number of historical buildings, relics, monasteries, churches and museums, this city was named “city-museum”.

The only valorized cave in Montenegro is the Lipska cave, with a beautiful system of 2.5 km passages, a hall and a gallery, today it represents one of the most important attractions of Montenegro.

Rijeka Crnojevića is a small town on the river of the same name and is one of the most beautiful towns in Montenegro. In the town itself, the remains of historical buildings from the time of Ivan Crnojević, the ruler of Zeta, have been preserved, such as the basement room of a long-destroyed building that is connected to the work of the Obod printing house, where the first Cyrillic book “Oktoih prvoglasnik” was printed in 1494. At the entrance to the city, there is a stone “Danilov Most” built in 1853, and the oldest preserved building is the House of Saint Peter.

Biogradska gora National Park is located in the north of Montenegro, about 2 hours drive from Podgorica. This beautiful park is known for its beautiful lake and is one of the best places in Montenegro for outdoor activities.

These are just some of the interesting locations that you can tour and (31 km) visit in Podgorica and the surrounding towns in Montenegro. In addition to these locations, Montenegro is full of beautiful beaches, mountains, rivers and natural parks that are worth visiting.