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Private Full-Day Montenegro and Dubrovnik Tour from Split
"Discover the Mediterranean’s best-kept secret on your private full-day tour to beautiful Montenegro located just across the border from Dubrovnik.Your professional driver-guide will pick you up at your accommodation in split (upon request) or you air-conditioned minivan for your journey to Montenegro which will take about 4.5 hours one-way following the main highway to cut out any unnecessary travel time. After the short break in Dubrovnik you will board your vehicle and drive south alongside Adriatic coast passing cities Cavtat and Konavle and soon thereafter you will cross the border to Montenegro (passports required). Continuing on you will drive alongside the Bay of Kotor (Europe’s most southern fiord) passing the cities Igalo Herceg Novi (two great Turkish turned Venetian fortresses) and Bijela Kamenari where you will make a photo stop in front of magical Perast – city of seamen and the 2 small islands with St. George's church and Our Lady of the Rocks (Gospa od Škrpjela). After the short stop you will continue the journey through Risan and stop at Perast town where your driver-guide explains major buildings and its rich history. Finally
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Old Town of Kotor Walking Tour
"Kotor is situated in the most secluded part of Boka Kotorska (The Bay of Kotor). While it dates from the Illyrian period Kotor developed into an important commercial and artistic center in the Middle Ages. Many empires battled for control over the city throughout the centuries: from being an autonomous city of the Byzantine Empire free city of medieval Serbia then under Venetian or Hungarian states gaining independence and then returned to Venetian control once again just to be occupied by France and then Austria until Kotor finally became part of Yugoslavia.Kotor tour begins at the main gate of the Old Town
From EUR20.00
 
Old Town of Kotor Walking Tour
"Kotor is situated in the most secluded part of Boka Kotorska (The Bay of Kotor). While it dates from the Illyrian period Kotor developed into an important commercial and artistic center in the Middle Ages. Many empires battled for control over the city throughout the centuries: from being an autonomous city of the Byzantine Empire free city of medieval Serbia then under Venetian or Hungarian states gaining independence and then returned to Venetian control once again just to be occupied by France and then Austria until Kotor finally became part of Yugoslavia.Kotor tour begins at the main gate of the Old Town
From EUR20.00

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Church next to cathedral

There was a small church next to the cathedral. When we arrived it was open, but it closed before we could visit. This was not a problem as you could look through the windows to see the lovely...
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Partizan Memorial

I walked up Gorica Hill from Saint George's Church to the Partizan Memorial. This monument was quite impressive. It was built in 1953 by architect Vojislav Dokic and covers the remains of Partizan...
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Statue to Alexander Pushkin

When we visited Podgorica we liked this statue. I especially like statues you can join in in and this one is a perfect example with its extra chair between the main figures. At the time of our visit...
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Ribnica Fortress

This was the first of Podgorica's sites that I actually really liked. The Ribnica River was not at its best; it was completely dry. The stone bridge across it had the odd graffitti tag. The remains...
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King Nikola Petrovic Monument

King Nikola was the last king of Montenegro. He lived from 1841 to 1921. He was a general, a politician and a poet. The statue shows him seated on a horse. It was sculpted by Risto Radmilovic and was...
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The Clock Tower

The Clock Tower is one of Podgoricas few remaining historical buildings. It is set in an open square. It is worth a look, but is not overly impressive. It dates from Ottoman times and served to remind...
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Karadorde Petrovic Monument

This statue depicts Karadorde Petrovic a famous general and politician. He lived from 1768 to 1817. The monument is made of bronze and is 3.5 metres high. It was built by Sreten Stojanovic. Karadorde...
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The Church of the Holy Heart of Jesus, Podgorica

This church was the first site we visited because it was between our hotel and the centre of town. It was not open so we did not get to look inside. The church is of an unusual modern architectural...
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