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The old towns of Montenegro, bathed in the sun for thousands of years, built by the hands of old masters and shaped by powerful cultures, are a treasure trove of knowledge about the past. Looking for an Instagram location? Nothing beats the romantic corners of stone streets, fortresses, and churches for creating an authentic background. Come and see for yourself!

Old cities and villages in Montenegro

Ancient cities, like pearls strung together, line the coast, each with its own story to tell. Some are about incredible construction projects, while others are about forbidden loves or infamous pirates. And you will hear them, but only if you know how to listen!

Charming Old Town of Budva

How many churches can fit into a small square space? According to Budva, the answer is six. The history of the younger ones is well-known, but only legends exist to inform about the old ones. The carved terrain on the citadel's wall connects the tragic love of two young people and the city's name. And who paraded through Budva's streets? Illyrians, Greeks, Romans, Slavs, Venetians, and all those who have come and gone here for centuries will come to life right in front of your eyes when you see the collection of the city's archeological museum. This location is also ideal for night walks, because the city is blooming into a center for entertainment, with numerous restaurants within its walls.

Kotor's Old Town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site!

How about the Great Wall of Kotor? Imagine this: high stone walls emerge from the sea and rise in a zigzag pattern along the rocks, all the way to the top of the hill where the fortress stands, with a stunning view of one of the world's most beautiful bays. But wait, there's more! The rocks descend to the sea in the same pattern along the opposite edge of the hill, tightening the impenetrable ring around the city.
Are you in good enough shape to take on the mighty Kotor Fortress? Do you want to know why Kotor is known as the "City of Cats?” Do you long to experience a past that coexists so harmoniously with the present? Kotor's old town awaits your arrival!

Herceg Novi's Ambient Old Town

The intoxicating scent of Mediterranean flowers will easily tempt and seduce you, and you will forget about the numerous steps that give Herceg Novi the label "city of athletes," as you wander through hidden streets of this city. The city that the sun never leaves boasts a large number of artists and creators, masterfully demonstrates the influence of various epochs, and proves that your stay is justified, because you will always come back for more. Often, you can buy works of art directly from skilled artists. You may also wish to own one of the hand-crafted pieces such as embroidery and knitting masterfully created by women with unmistakably high quality.

Unique Old Town Bar!

Do you want to visit the Pompeii of Montenegro? Make sure that the road leads you to the Old Town of Bar. Wandering among the ruins of the old city, let your imagination run wild and revive the ancient times in your mind, when east and west were intertwined in the city, bustling with life while being exposed to various dangers. Renovated palaces, churches, aqueducts, and Turkish baths will assist you with this and provide an idea of what the city might have looked like in the past. Put yourself in the shoes of a true explorer and find out how a city that still fascinates archeologists and visitors today was destroyed.

The legendary Old Town of Ulcinj

Imagine being able to travel back in time 450 years and seeing pirate ships approaching you slowly but steadily from a well-fortified city on the horizon. Would you be filled with horror, disbelief, and fear? This is exactly how the residents of this Old Town felt in the face of an unbelievable sight that caused the blood to freeze in their veins.
Their city was transformed into a pirate base, their churches into mosques, and their squares into a slave market. Ulcinj's most famous slave was allegedly Miguel de Cervantes, who is also connected to Ulcinj through a female character in his famous novel. Find out which one it is!

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