Kotor: Day Trip of Old Montenegro w/ a Snack

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This tour will give you an option to experience some amazing views, taste local food and get to know more about Montenegro's history. Go from the medieval port of Kotor to the historic mountainous Cetinje and take some breathtaking photos along the way.


  • Take a ride to the historic village of Njegusi on a 25 serpentine road with 2 photo breaks
  • Have a snack in a 136-year-old restaurant and get to know the process of making traditional smoked ham and cheese
  • Take a walking tour of Cetinje, the old royal capital of Montenegro
  • Capture some wonderful photos of the famous St. Stephan's Aman resort while taking a different road back to Kotor via Budva
  • Walk through the streets of the old town of Kotor on a guided tour


A beautiful road from Kotor to Njegusi was constructed in the late 19th-century made out of 25 serpentines. On the way up, from 0 to 800 meters (2400 feet approximately) elevation, you will get to make a few photo breaks of the stunning Boka Bay. Njegusi is a traditional village between Cetinje and Kotor, part of the territory of old Montenegro, where the Petrovic dynasty rulers were born. During Turkish rule, going through Njegusi was the only traffic road from Cetinje to Kotor and on to the Europe and the rest of the world. The most interesting part of your visit to Njegusi will be the 134-year-old restaurant Kod Pera na Bukovicu, where you can enjoy local products (smoked ham, cheese and grape brandy). A family who runs the restaurant will invite you to see the smokehouse and show you all about the process of making smoked ham. Cetinje is the historic and current royal capital of Montenegro located in the field under the mountain Lovcen, at an average altitude of 670 meters. Because of its authentic architecture and a large number of historic buildings, relics, monasteries, churches and museums, this city was named 'museum city.'


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