As rarely, in Kotor, Montenegro quiet coastal town, are preserved traces of past epochs. Because of the unique mixture of different cultures Kotor in 1979 entered the list of world cultural heritage under UNESCO protection.
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Budva is a coastal town on the Adriatic coast in Montenegro. The city has about 18,000 inhabitants and is the seat of the Municipality of Budva. Important tourist facilities are located within the Venetian walls of the 15th century, which surrounds the Old Town of Budva.
Cetinje is the historic and current capital of Montenegro. The city is located in the field located under the mountain Lovćen, at an average altitude of 670 m. Because of its authentic architecture and a large number of historic buildings, relics, monasteries, churches and museums, this city was named "museum city".
Njeguši is traditional village between Cetinje and Kotor, part of the territory of old Montenegro, place where are born rulers of Montenegro from Petrović dynasty.
During the Turks, through Njeguši is the only traffic from Cetinje to Kotor, Europe and the world. Interesting part of our visit of Njeguši is the restaurant "Zora" where we enjoy local products as smoked ham, cheese and grape brandy.
Road on the way back from village Njeguši to Kotor is constructed in late 19 century, it’s made out of 25 serpentines. On the way down, from 1100 m to 0 m altitude, we take few photo breaks of stunning Boka bay view.
00:00 – 00:30 Panoramic ride to Budva
00:30 – 01:30 Budva walking tour
01:30 – 02:30 Driving to Cetinje, photo break above Budva
02:30 – 03:30 Walking tour of Cetinje and some free time
03:30 – 04:30 Ride trough rocky mountains to Njeguši village
04:30 – 05:00 Snack in local restaurant, visit of the smokehouse
05:00 – 06:00 Ride back to Kotor, amazing views to Boka Bay(few photo stops)
06:00 – 07:00 Kotor walking tour
Food and drinks in Njeguši
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