Thursday, 15 June 2017

Montenegro - Central Montenegro (PDF Chapter) Lonely Planet

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Montenegro - Central Montenegro

To truly get to know Montenegro, a visit to the country’s core is a must. Its beating heart is Mt Lovćen, a 1749m-high symbol of national identity and the very black mountain that gives Crna Gora its name.

- Marvel at the majesty of both the mountains and the monument of Njegoš Mausoleum

- delve into history, art and culture at the National Museum of Montenegro in the former royal capital Cetinje

- dive even deeper into the past on a tour of Lipa Cave, one of the country’s largest caves

Coverage includes: Best Places to Sleep, Lovćen National Park, Cetinje, Lake Skadar National Park, Podgorica, Danilovgrad, Ostrog Monastery, Nikšić & around, When to Go.

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