Cetinje- Montenegrin old royal capital, is situated at the foot of mountain Lovćen. Founded in 15th century, Cetinje offers a lot of sights to be visited. It houses Cetinje monastery, Njegoš’s Billiard Room, Royal theatre Zetski dom, National Museum (former king’s palace) and many former European embassies. Only 13 km away is the mausoleum of Petar II Petrović Njeogoš, renowned Montenegrin statesman and poet.

Budva- known as Montenegrin tourism capital, is a vibrant seaside town only …………… km from Njeguši, and ……………………… from Cetinje. It offers never ending amusement, splendid beaches, luxury hotels, exciting night life etc.

Kotor – known as the ’’museum town’’ has numerous sights to be visited. Among the most famous is the Cathedral of Saint Tryphon, dating from the 12th century. There are also numerous churches, old palaces, charming squares and the maritime Museum, all within the Old Town which is surrounded by mighty ramparts. Numerous celebrations are organised it this medieval town, especially in the summer- Bokelian night is not to be missed (it is held in August).

Perast is known as the ’’pearl of the Mediterranean’’. It is a charming, baroque town which houses numerous old palaces. Near Perast there are two famous islets- Our Lady of the Rocks (artificial island) and Saint George (natural).

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