There are many beautiful places in Montenegro, but one of them is attractive in its own way - it is Lovcen, which is also one of the attractions of Montenegro. The word Lovcen refers to the mountain (1650 meters), the national park, and the mausoleum of Petar II Negos Petrovic (Radivoj (Rade) Tomov Petrovic), which is located at the top. From the local mountains, you can see a beautiful panoramic view, as well as many beautiful birds and more than a thousand varieties of plants. Visiting this place at least once, every tourist dreams to be here again.
An old Montenegrin village, built of stone. It is located in a mountain gorge, in the thick of the spruce forest. The village of Negushi is the birthplace of the Petrovic dynasty, which once ruled the area. The village is famous for its natural, ecologically pure products, such as prsut - dried pork ham, homemade cheeses, olives, rakija, and unique Montenegrin wines.
The former capital of Montenegro. The small town is located 650 meters above sea level and has a population of only 14-15 thousand people, and the entire city center and every street can be covered on foot in a couple of hours without feeling tired in the legs. The city is full of Italian-Byzantine architecture. It was founded in 1482. The monastery of Cetin houses the right hand of John the Baptist.
Not far from the popular Adriatic resorts, surrounded by the picturesque mountains of the Dinaric highlands, is Lake Skadar. Two-thirds of the lake is located in Montenegro and one-third in Albania. On the Montenegrin side, Lake Skadar is included in one of the five national parks and has an international protected status. From either side, the roads surrounding the lake offer stunning views, especially from high ground. Tourists never let go of their cameras and smartphones, trying to capture the local beauty, but selfies are not the only reason to visit the lake!