Romantic places in Montenegro with breathtaking beaches, stunning sunsets, and palm-fringed ports are always ready to welcome guests. Read more
Podgorica is the main commercial, cultural and administrative center of Montenegro.
During the socialist period the city had the name of Titograd, however, after Montenegro had gained independence the historical name of Podgorica was returned to the capital.
A little Montenegrin town of Danilovgrad is located between the cities of Podgorica and Niksic in the middle of Bjelopavlići valley.
A little bit about the town’s history: it was founded by Prince Danilo and named after him. However
Little provincial town of Plav is one of few Muslim towns in Montenegro. This is a stunningly unique place. The majority of the town’s population are Albanians. Walking around the city you will notice that many administrative and advertising signs are in two languages.
No less unique is the atmosphere of the town. Walking along crooked streets after the dusk you will hardly see any women as all of them are already home by then. Sure, there are no women in a burqa on the streets, but European freedom of oneself inherent to Christian towns is absent.
One of the youngest towns of Montenegro is Tivat. It had been hardly developing until the end of XIX century but burst to life later.
The main airport of Montenegro is located here, in Tivat, so this is where almost all tourists start their acquaintance with the country. Construction of this airport stimulated the development of the town’s infrastructure.
Regardless that Tivat is relatively young, the town has quite a number of sights worth a visit: