Drive up Lovcen Mountain, passing en route the Bay of Kotor, to the village of Njegusi located 1,111m above sea level. Njegusi is the birthplace of Montenegrin poet Bishop Njegos, who ruled the country in the first half of the 19th century. You'll stop for tastings of local ham and cheese for which the village is known before continuing to Cetinje, the former capital of Montenegro, to visit the King's Palace (museum) and learn more about the country's history and the lifestyle of the royal family. On your way back to Minerva there'll be a photostop for views of Budva and the attractive coastline.
|Moderate activity with more walking, possibly including short steep inclines and steps.|
|Hot or Cold Refreshments Included|