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Central Montenegro is a region in Montenegro. It is centered around the capital Podgorica.


  • Podgorica — the capital and biggest city in Montenegro, experiencing a huge architectural boom in the last couple of years
  • Cetinje — the old royal capital of Montenegro, with a large number of museums, monasteries and former embassies
  • Danilovgrad — located near the famous Ostrog monastery
  • Nikšić — the second largest city in Montenegro and economically important
  • Rijeka Crnojevica — a small historical town on the ancient trading route through the country
  • Tuzi — a small town in the Podgorica municipality which is a major trading center, due to its location, between the Montenegrin capital and Albania
  • Virpazar — main entry point to the Skadar lake, belongs to the municipality of Bar

Other destinations

  • Lovćen National Park — beautiful mountain with natural, cultural and historical scenery
  • Mount Ostrog — the amazing monastery situated on the almost vertical cliff of Mount Ostrog
  • Skadar Lake National Park — the largest lake on the Balkans and the natural habitat of the very diverse flora and fauna



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