"This excursion is ideal for those who want to see the nature of Montenegro and find out something about it’s historical and cultural heritage. Discover the story on Montenegrin history through the riches of historic edifices and museums in the in Cetinje. Go straight through the labyrinth of roads the aristocrats of Europe showed off on. After gaining independence at the Berlin congress in 1878, Montenegro established diplomatic relations with European countries. This resulted in arrival of high representatives to Cetinje and the embassies of Austria-Hungary, France, Russia, Italy, Serbia, England, Belgium, Germany, Turkey... Visit Lovcen mountain and mausoleum of the greatest Montenegrin poet and ruler Petar Petrovic Njegos (1813 -1851). Particularities of Lovcen are its lookouts... Tour include also Njegusi village, so-called emerald valley hidden deep in the stony terrain of National park Lovcen, the cradle of bishops and rulers from the Petrovic Dynasty where you can try the famous Njegusi cheese, smoked ham, mead or wine. Narrow and winding road leads from Njegusi to Kotor which is today one of the most beautiful panoramic roads in the region. Scenery is breathtaking and view to Bay of Kotor from up here is unreal and make visitors speechless. All Boka Bay in its blue sea and Kotor town tucked sleep in breasts of high Montenegrin cliffs."
by Adria Line