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One of the advantages of such a small county as Montenegro is the possibility to escape from the coast and discover its mountains and wild nature in just one day.
On this trip we take you to the inland of Montenegro with beautiful green mountains, rivers and canyons. We are driven up the mount enjoying the sight of the coast, pass the capital, Podgorica and through the breathtaking canyon of river Moraca. We visit the Monastery Moraca, a monument of extreme importance dating back to XIII century. Continuing our journey over the picturesque mountains we reach one of the cleanest rivers in Europe, the Tara. Its canyon is the 2nd deepest in the world, after Colorado. For lunch made of national specialties we stop in one of the local restaurants by the river.

We continue our panoramic ride to the national park Durmitor up to the famous bridge Ðurdevica Tara high on the river where we make a photo stop and a short walk. Return to the hotel over Žabljak, the town situated on 1456 m. of altitude and further on over Nikšic and Podgorica."

desde 64 €

A cultural, historical and adventurous trip that will give you a chance to learn a lot about this country of contrasts and differences as well as to enjoy in its natural beauties.

The ancient town of Kotor, a medieval Mediterranean jewel under UNESCO protection is the first stop on this excursion. We tour the town, visiting the Maritime museum.

Our journey continues along the steep slopes of Mount Lovcen up to a small village Njeguši, the birthplace of the dynasty Petrovic, where we make a half-hour stop to taste the locally produced cheese, smoked ham, mead and wine. We continue over the mountains enjoying beautiful view of ''the sea of stone'', to the old royal capital of Montenegro, Cetinje with its King Nicola's palace and Cetinje monastery, spiritual center. After visiting the town and Palace we return to the hotels.

desde 50 €

Sit back and soak up the scenery as we drive through Montenegro's mountains to the village of Rijeka Crnojevica on the Lake of Skadar. A national park since 1983, the lake is the largest in the Balkans and framed by mountains, marshlands and expanses of water lilies. It's also famed for its birdlife, attracting a whole host of migratory and indigenous species. Come midday, you'll board a boat to cruise around its waters. Have your camera handy as you drift by pretty bays, tiny islands and reed beds that are home to ibis, pelicans and all manner of ducks. After two hours of bobbing around in the sunshine, you'll arrive back on dry land at Virpazar. This lakeside village is the setting for lunch. Sit down at a restaurant and tuck into fresh fish from the lake, prepared and cooked in the traditional local way. And to finish your day out, you'll have some free time to perhaps stroll along the lake's shores or even take a dip.

Get ready to be impressed by some of Montenegro's scenic and cultural gems. Everything begins as we drive into the country's limestone mountains, climbing ever higher to give you breathtaking views over the coastline. The first stop of the day is Cetinje, Montenegro's former capital. Standing on a plain, this historic town is home to the 12th century Cetinje Monastery, from where bishops once ruled over the country. It's said this stone-built monastery houses the right hand of St. John the Baptist along with a treasure trove of icons and manuscripts. Moving on, you'll head over Mount Lovcen, one of Montenegro's highest peaks, to Njegusi. This farming village is famed for its prosciutto-like ham, ‘prsut' and cheese, ‘sir'. Wash down these local specialities with some Montenegrin wine or honey wine before continuing to Kotor, a beautifully preserved walled town on the Bay of Kotor that's like a mini-Dubrovnik. Visit its twin-towered 12th century St. Tripun cathedral before enjoying some free time to look round its little passageways and stone mansions.

Spend a day on the beautiful shores of Skadar Lake, in family winery, sipping wine and making new friends! On this flavorful tour designed for all ages, you will visit authentic Montenegrin winery, for tours and generous tastings of famous autochthonous Montenegrin wine - Vranac. Learn about the wines’ production and flavor profiles with family owners, which produce wine more than 200 years, and round out your plate with samplings of domestic goat cheese, prosciutto, olives and marinated carp - specialty that you'll only find here.

Visiting "Djurisic" winery tour you will explore the magic world of the Montenegrin wines and food. Enjoy an exquisite tasting experience under the guidance of the winery owner, who will explain you the secret of good Montenegrin wine. You will experience the unique wine culture in a tour carefully designed to accommodate even the most demanding oenophile.

During this tour you will taste 4 different types of wine: Vranac, Barique, white and sweet wine, and be introduced to 4 different types of brandy/grapa. You will be guided through centuries-old vineyards, and the oldest member of the family, the grandfather will provide you with all his knowledge and expertise related to our fine wines. What a great way to learn about Montenegro, and its own traditional way of processing grapes into the perfect wine. While tasting the wine, you will taste the domestic food, prepared by our family: goat cheese, prosciutto, olives and marinated carp - specialty that you'll only find here

The location is only a 1 km drive from Virpazar - central touristic place on Skadar Lake. Winery "Djurisic" represents the graciousness of hosting family and friends with a special wine and domestic food.

desde 10 €

A primera vista podría parecer un edificio suspendido en el aire pero la realidad es que se trata de una joya de la arquitectura que no puedes perderte. Viaja al Monasterio de Ostrog, un auténtico símbolo de la espiritualidad. Conoce uno de los lugares más sorprendentes de los Balcanes: el Monasterio de Otrog.

A primera vista podría parecer un edificio suspendido en el aire pero la realidad es que se trata de una joya de la arquitectura que no puedes perderte. Viaja al Monasterio de Ostrog, un auténtico símbolo de la espiritualidad.

DESTACAMOS:

* Uno de los centros de peregrinación más importantes de los Balcanes
* Famoso por su peculiar construcción, en un acantilado vertical
* Magníficas vistas a la llanura Bjelopavlici

Conoce uno de los lugares más sorprendentes de los Balcanes: el Monasterio de Otrog. Excavado en la enorme roca de Ostroška Greda, en Montenegro, este singular monasterio es un importante lugar de peregrinación para fieles ortodoxos, católicos y musulmanes. Su valor arquitectónico y cultural es comparable al de monasterios ortodoxos tan emblemáticos como el Valaam o el monasterio de la Trinidad y San Sergio.

Explora la belleza del monasterio fundado por el obispo serbio Vasilije en el s.XVII. En su interior alberga espectaculares frescos y las reliquias de San Basilio, a quien se le atribuyen poderes milagrosos. Y desde su exterior, las vistas a la llanura Bjelopavlici son sobrecogedoras.

Punto de encuentro: Recogida en hoteles de Budva, Becici y Petrovac.
Hora de inicio o apertura: A las 9:00 horas.
Hora final o cierre: A las 17:00 horas.

desde 46,16 €

A cultural, historical and adventurous trip that will give you a chance to learn a lot about this country as well as to enjoy in its natural beauties.
The ancient town of Kotor, a medieval Mediterranean jewel under UNESCO protection is the first stop on this excursion. We tour the town, visiting the Maritime museum. Our journey continues along the coast to Perast.We visit small island Gospa od Škpjela with a church from the 17 century, a well-known holy place decorated with 68 frescoes painted by famous baroque painter of the area, Tripo Kokolja. The old Mediterranean port of Kotor is surrounded by fortifications built during the Venetian period. It is located on the Bay of Kotor (Boka Kotorska), one of the most indented parts of the Adriatic Sea. Some have called it the southern-most fjord in Europe, but it is a ria, a submerged river canyon. Together with the nearly overhanging limestone cliffs of Orjen and Lovcen, Kotor and its surrounding area form an impressive and picturesque Mediterranean landscape.
In recent years, Kotor has seen a steady increase in tourists, many of them coming by cruise ship. Visitors are attracted both by the natural beauty of the Gulf of Kotor and by the old town of Kotor.

desde 44,88 €

The biggest lake on the Balkan peninsula with rare beauty, various bird species and plants, pleasant climate, natural wonders, rich historical heritage- all this can be found at one place, Montenegrin National park, Skadar lake. Enjoying the beautiful scenery we travel by bus from coast over the mountains to the lake where we board a boat for a cruise around it.

Clear water everywhere, lush lake vegetation and the birds and fish you see make this trip memorable. Lunch in a restaurant near the lake. After lunch and free time we return to the hotels. Lake Skadar — also called Lake Scutari, Lake Shkodër and Lake Shkodra — lies on the border of Albania and Montenegro, the largest lake in the Balkan Peninsula. It is named after the city of Shkodër in northern Albania. It is a karst lake.

desde 63 €

Departure from Budva morning at 7:00 on a comfortable tourist bus. Upon arrival in Trebinje stop at the lookout, which offers beautiful views of the city. Places Tsrkvina: a place that the great Serbian poet Jovan Duchich chose for his eternal home. Here we will visit the gallery with gilded icons and an amphitheater.
• Next we go to the famous stone bridge Arslanagich, which was built in the 16th century. Here you raskazhut legend about why it was built on this site.
• Next, we head for the Monastery of the 4th century Tvrdosh, where he became a monk of Saint Basil of Ostrog the Wonderworker. In addition to the old monastery with a rich historical heritage you will be Delape (ancient machines for irrigation) on the river Trebeshnitse vineyards and monasteries, where monks are engaged in the production of wine and beekeeping.
• Then follows the administration of the old town, where we visit the Museum of Herzegovina. In addition to the museum where we will show more Sahat tower, a mosque Osman pashy and castle, built in the 18th century. When leaving the old town we get to the square of the poet, where we see the old trees aged 115 years, the Catholic Church, fountains and many other monuments.
• After this sledunt lunch on the shore of the river Trebeshnitsa and departure to Budva.

desde 66,67 €

We travel by bus along the beautiful Bay of Kotor, the most southern fjord in Europe, crossing it by ferry boat. After crossing the border with Croatia we arrive at the ancient famous city of Dubrovnik, lying in the sun inside medieval walls. Dubrovnik is one of the most beautiful and best preserved medieval Mediterranean towns, rich with cultural monuments. It is under the protection of UNESCO. The sightseeing with a local guide includes the visit to a Franciscan friary with a 14th century pharmacy. After sightseeing there is free time for lunch (not included in the price) and shopping or just sitting in one of its numerous cafe bars and enjoying the atmosphere of this beautiful town .In the afternoon we return by bus to the hotel.

desde 52,57 €

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