“At the birth of our planet, the most beautiful encounter between the land and the sea must have happened at the coast of Montenegro. When the pearls of nature were sown, handfuls of them were cast on this soil." - Lord Byron
A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Tara River Canyon is the deepest canyon in Europe and one of Montenegro's best tourist attractions.
The old town of Kotor is a fortified, best preserved medieval town and also a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Situated inside a vertical mountain cliff, the Ostrog Monastery Church is one of the most beautiful and popular pilgrimage places in Montenegro.
Perast is a small picturesque town set in the shadow of St. Ilija hill and is adorned with beautiful Baroque architectures.
Off the coast of Perast lies Our Lady of the Rocks, a famous artificial islet which contains a church and a museum.
An old touristy town known for its exotic beaches and vibrant nightlife, Budva is often referred as "Montenegrin Miami".
Just 6 km southeast of Budva sits the Sveti Stefan, another small islet housing a lavish 5-star hotel resort.
On the majestic Lovćen mountain and in the impressive Mausoleum of Njegos rests the Montenegrin hero - Petar II Petrović Njegoš.
Originally consecrated in 1166, the Kotor Cathedral of St. Tryphon is Kotor's most imposing and prominent architecture.
Black Lake, a pristine glacial lake, is the most famous attraction of the Durmitor National Park, Montenegro's best national park.