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Make all the difference and see three countries in five days. Take a look at our excellent itinerary you will find below! Simply stunning!
Day 1: Dubrovnik – Kotor
After the arrival to Dubrovnik Airport, we suggest you to drive to Kotor, stopping at Verige for a photo break and in Perast, a magnificent baroque town form XV century, where you can visit a miniature manmade islet with the church Our Lady of the Rocks. Drive to Kotor. Park your vehicle, enter Kotor from the Sea Gate and enjoy Kotor’s narrow streets and small compact squares that preserve secrets form the Venetian time, confined in the 4,5km fortification built form IX to XIX century. Maybe the most beautiful cultural monument not only in Kotor but also in the surroundings, the basilica St. Tryphon, will let you enter and behold the impressive architecture from 1166. We also suggest you pay a visit to the Maritime Museum of Montenegro, placed in a former aristocratic palace, where many models of ships, barges, portraits of famous captains, preserved items from ships, jewelry, weapon etc. invite you to become a part of the celebrated sailing tradition of Montenegro. Overnight in Kotor.
Day 2: Kotor – Podgorica
After breakfast drive to Budva and visit the Old Town of Budva, a beauteous centre of Montenegro's tourism, often called as “the pearl of the Mediterranean”, well known for its sandy beaches and wild nightlife. Allow some time to visit local boutiques and shops since Budva offers a great shopping opportunity. Drive to Virpazar. On your way make a photo break to see the well-known tourist complex Sveti Stefan. Princess Margaret, Marilyn Monroe, Bobby Fischer, Sophia Loren and Carlo Ponti, Kirk Douglas, Claudia Schiffer and Sylvester Stallone are only some of the names listed in the book of visitors to this glorious peninsula. Virpazar is a tiny village which lies on the northern tip of the large Lake Skadar, the biggest lake of the Balkans, the largest bird reserve and the last natural habitat of Pelican species in Europe. Make a coffee break and drive to Podgorica, Montenegrin capital, a city which found its habitat upon six rivers. Overnight in Podgorica.
Day 3: Podgorica – Herceg Novi
Breakfast. Drive around Podgorica to meet the capital and then drive to Cetinje, Montenegrin old residence, where you can enjoy the place where the continental climate meets the salty air coming from the seaside, chilled by the breeze. In Cetinje visit the old Royal Palace of King Nikola in its magnificent glamour, now transformed into a national museum. Not far away from the museum is the medieval Cetinje Monastery which, among other relics, treasures the right hand of Saint John the Baptist, one of the reasons for many pilgrimages from all around the world. After visiting the monastery we suggest you drive to Njegusi, a small village near Cetinje where you will taste typical Montenegrin homemade food (prosciutto, bread and cheese) and drinks (wine, honey wine and brandy) in one of the village restaurants. Following that, the fascinating 25-serpentine road will take you from the altitude of 9,000 to 0, where you will find Kotor, a medieval town of thousand pearls. From the road above, you will see one of the 25 most beautiful bays in the whole world, the Bay of Kotor, listed by UNESCO. Afterwards drive to Tivat, and then by ferry boat to Herceg Novi, a tropical town of flowers, sea, bananas, sun, greenery and “endless stairs”. The history of Herceg Novi will take you back through time, as you may feel the subtle fragrance of mimosa flowers playing in the sun with the exquisite spirit of the past and the enticing heritage. Overnight in Herceg Novi.
Day 4: Herceg Novi – Trebinje – Dubrovnik
After breakfast drive to Trebinje, Bosnia and Herzegovina and spend a morning in this beautiful city. Rest and drive to Dubrovnik. Visit the Old Town. Overnight in Durbovnik.
Day 5: Dubrovnik
Breakfast. Return the car at the Dubrovnik Airport. Have a nice flight home.