Guided tours in Podgorica

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Podgorica is the capital city of Montenegro. It is situated on the Ribnica River and is home to the medieval Clock Tower which dominates the central district of the city. The area is also a haven for numerous medieval monasteries.

Ancient fortress

Podgorica, the capital of Montenegro, is a city of culture and history. Its architecture is a reflection of the social realism of the post-war period. Its roads run along the basins of the Rivers Zeta, Moraca, and Cijevna. Podgorica is a city of mild climate, with 135 days of sunshine per year.

Podgorica has several important archaeological sites. The oldest remains in the area are located in the Odmut archaeological site, which dates back to the Mesolithic era.

Another ancient site is the ancient settlement of Doclea, which was situated about three kilometers northwest of Podgorica. It was a town that was developed around the fortress. It was also an important military fortification. The fortress walls are built of large stone blocks, which are laid in rows. They are decorated with bas-reliefs of two fish figures. The walls match the color of the surrounding mountains.

Castle of King Nikola

Located on the seashore in the Mediterranean park in the center of Podgorica, the castle of King Nikola was originally built by Prince Petar Karadjordjevic. The building was designed in neoclassicism and was built in a pine alley. It was intended to be a home for the widow of the previous king.

The palace is now a museum, with its interior modeled in Historicism. The collection includes archaeological artifacts from Crvena Stijena, a prehistoric site. It also includes items such as military orders, which are decorated with precious stones. The palace contains a library of over 10,000 books.

In addition to being a museum, the palace houses a number of art exhibitions. It is believed that King Nikola spent most of his time with his family and friends.


Old Bridge

Podgorica, Montenegro is not short on bridges and ferries. The Old Bridge over the Ribnica, aka Adzi-pasa's bridge, is one of the oldest structures of this type in Podgorica. It is also one of the few remaining Grimm city remnants.

The Ribnica River is a large tributary of the Moraca, the largest river in Montenegro. The Old Bridge over the Ribnica is not the only bridge in Podgorica that spans the river. There are many more to be found, but this is one of the best.

The Old Bridge over the Ribnica is the city's most famous and most photographed structure. It is also the oldest structure of this type in Podgorica. While the structure dates back to Roman times, it has undergone major reconstruction in the 18th century. Having said that, the sandstone edifice has stood the test of time.

Gorica Park

Podgorica is the capital of Montenegro, and has many attractions to offer its visitors. Aside from being a great base for exploring the rest of the country, the city has a number of beautiful parks, and is also very pleasant during the summer. A great way to spend the day is to visit Gorica Park.

This park is located in Podgorica, Montenegro, and has several adventure trails to choose from. The trails are well equipped, and vary in difficulty. The staff at the park is friendly and helpful, and will help you to have a successful visit.

The park has five "air" tracks. The first trail is a very easy walk. The second is a high ropes course. The third and fourth are high ropes and ziplines.


Dajbabe Monastery

Podgorica is a relatively small city, but is a great place to base your European holiday with its nifty central location and plethora of cheap flights. While you are in town, consider taking in the sights of the city by taxi or by foot. The city is also home to a host of gastronomic options to satisfy even the most discerning of palates. If you are in the market for a good meal, there are plenty of restaurants in the area that will serve you a well deserved a la carte. You might want to consider a stay at one of the many luxury hotels in the area. Some of these may even be within walking distance from the city center. Among the aforementioned establishments, you should also consider staying at the Hilton Podgorica Crna Gora, which boasts a modern and upmarket feel that's sure to make your European getaway more relaxing.

Podgorica - Excursions and day trips

Podgorica is the capital city of Montenegro, and a great base for excursions and day trips around the country. While it may not be the most well-known tourist spot in the country, there are plenty of things to see and do. There is a vibrant new town, a history-rich old town, and green parks. There is a large variety of Montenegrin cultural institutions. It is also within easy reach of both Croatia and Albania.

Some of the most popular day trips from Podgorica are the Biogradksa Gora National Park, Sveti Stefan, and Lake Skadar. These are all accessible by car, but you will need to rent one.

The Biogradksa Gora National Park is an area of rare European rainforest, and is one of the few remaining in Europe. You will not find many tourist attractions here, but it is worth visiting for its scenic surroundings.

If you want to see some animals up close, you can visit the Montenegro Animal Sanctuary. This is a place where injured animals from all over the country are taken care of. They have a wide range of animals, including llamas, camels, and emus. The sanctuary takes in animals from traveling circuses, and even has bear cubs that are kept separately from the rest of the pack. You can see the animals up close, or donate food and other supplies to the animals.

Tivat Falls is a tourist attraction that is becoming more popular. The falls are located near a restaurant serving traditional Montenegrin food, and are most impressive during the spring or summer months.

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