Discover Ancient History and Thriving Art Scene on a Private Guided Tour

Montenegro’s capital city, Podgorica, is gradually developing its unique character and growing as a tourist destination. Today you will discover a vibrant town that includes ancient history and a thriving art scene, for you to discover on a private guided tour.

Most of the city was destroyed during World War 2, so along with the old buildings, you will find a mixture of new, with lots of green spaces. On a Podgorica sightseeing tour, you will discover beautiful parks and many quirky side streets for shopping in.

Montenegro itself is a country of outstanding beauty with its amazing coastline and magnificent mountains; however; the people themselves, are incredibly generous and hospitable. Be prepared for a lot of humour and nothing is off-limits for a joke or two.

Sve Polako translates into ‘slowly slowly’, and indeed you will find the pace of life relaxing as you stop at one of the many cafes and watch the world go by.

You will be surprised to know that the city has many claims to fame. While Dubrovnik in Croatia rose to fame as the filming location for the TV show Game of Thrones, Podgorica rose to fame much earlier when The Trojan Horse was filmed in Ćemovsko park in 1961.  Read More...

Cultural and Historic Sites Galore with a Podgorica Cultural Tour

Discover Ancient History and Thriving Art Scene on a Private Guided Tour

There are many cultural and historical monuments to visit in and around Podgorica including Sahat-Kula Adzi-Pasa Osmanagica, the ruins of Nemanjica Grad, remnants of the city of Doclea, Stara Varos, and Vezirov.

Visit the old town and see the Clock Tower, Mosques and its maze of winding streets. Explore the unique Dajbabe Monastery which is built into a cave or take a walking tour to the Cathedral of Christ’s Resurrection which, makes a striking addition to Podgorica’s skyline.

No visit to the city would be complete without taking a wine tour to Šipčanik Wine Cellar. This unique cellar is located in a 365 metre-long tunnel and was once a secret underground Yugoslave era aircraft hanger. You can taste the wines and take a trip through the vineyard on a tourist train.

In today’s modern Podgorica, you will be pleasantly surprised by the number of activities and sites to visit, and you will be guaranteed a warm welcome.

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Let the activities begin!