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The Njeguši are located on the slopes of Mount Lovcen, and above Kotor, at an altitude of about 900 meters above sea level. What immediately reminds us of Njegusu is: smoked ham, cheese, honey and the birthplace of Njegoš. Njeguši is the birthplace of Montenegrin ruler and poet Petar II Petrovic Njegos, the house is open to all interested visitors who want to look at the past and see the place where someone so big and significant for Montenegro was born. The house is made of stone, rectangular in shape with a tavern, and as such belongs to the type of traditional folk architecture of the stone part of Montenegro.
Kotor is a maritime town in the Kotor municipality on the coast of the Bay of Kotor. The Old Town is the most famous part of Kotor, where the history, culture and tradition are preserved. The old town of Kotor has many monuments of medieval architecture: churches, cathedrals, palaces and museums. What makes Kotor very famous is the old Cathedral of St Tripun. The temple was first mentioned in the ninth century, when the relics of St Tripun, who died in the martyr’s death of the Roman Emperor Decius in the third century, were brought here. St Nichola’s Church is the most important Orthodox church in Kotor. It is located in the northern part of the old town. It was built at the beginning of the twentieth century, on the foundations of an older ward that was destroyed by fire in the nineteenth century.
The old road from Kotor to Njeguši and the famous Lovćen Serpentines, of which there are 25, symbolizing 25 kilometers of the road itself, are a real attraction for tourists.
Njeguši offer an incredible view of the Montenegrin coast, and if you are lucky enough and the sky is crystal clear, you can even see the Italian coast!
Njeguši is the perfect place to escape from the summer heat, since the temperature in this area is much lower and therefore more comfortable.
Walking through the streets of Kotor, you will notice that the Venetian influence has left a mark on the city’s architecture.
Surrounded by the city walls, the old Mediterranean port of Kotor is protected by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. Expect a rich historical and cultural heritage when visiting this beautiful coastal city.