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Rent a Car Cetinje - Montenegrocar agency is your best choice when it comes to car rental or transfer services in Cetinje. Our unique car hire service is what we are recognized for in Montenegro and the region. We offer Economy, Premium and Lux class cars, short-term or long-term rental services, airport transfer or transport to the desired location, anytime.
Whether you are traveling for work, pleasure or vacation, the Montenegrocar agency will meet all your wishes. Instead of public transport or taxi services in Cetinje, using rent a car Montenegro or transfer services will allow you more flexibility in exploring this beautiful city, as well as reduce the costs.
We proudly offer a specialized, accurate, personalized airport or transfer service to your desired location. We especially emphasize the transfer service from the airports in Podgorica, Tivat, Dubrovnik and Tirana, quickly and efficiently.
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- rent a car and car rental
- transfers to and from the airport
- driver transport services
We offer a large number of various car models for every occasion. Once you have made a tour plan, you can contact us to get all the necessary information about the vehicles and choose the best quality and the best offer.
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We provide special cars for every occasion in Montenegro, with the service of a personal driver. We have prepared a special business offer for corporate clients.
Our driver will be waiting for you at the agreed place, whether it is an airport, office, or hotel, and will provide you with a professional transport service to the desired location.
With our comfortable, safe vehicles, which you can rent at an affordable price, each of your trips will be a story for itself.
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All our cars are impeccably clean and regularly serviced, and after each use, they are thoroughly cleaned and disinfected. While driving, cold refreshments are also available to all passengers.
For complete comfort and enjoyment of driving, at your request we can provide WI-FI, child seats and additional facilities for children so that even the youngest can enjoy the ride. In addition, our drivers will be at your service and will help you with luggage at the airport or hotel.
If you need a consultation before booking a car hire or transfer, contact our Customer Service, which is at your service non-stop.
Transfer Montenegro - Croatia and Croatia - Montenegro; airports Podgorica, Tivat, Tirana
We provide the Cetinje-Dubrovnik transfer service and the Dubrovnik-Cetinje transfer service for you. The distance between Cetinje and Dubrovnik is 122 km. We also offer a transfer service from Cetinje to Ćilipi International Airport, 102 km away. We offer transfer on the route Cetinje - Tivat 55, 7 kilometers, Cetinje - Podgorica 35, 7 km, Cetinje - Tirana 195 km. You will enjoy our safe cars, the service of a professional driver and the drive to the airport.
Cetinje is the capital of Montenegro. The city is located in the eponymous karst field. According to the 2011 census report, the city had a population of 13.918. It is the historical and current capital of Montenegro. Due to its authentic architecture, historical buildings, relics, churches, monasteries and museums, it is also called the city-museum.
Information about Cetinje
The city is located in the southern part of the republic, below the mountain Lovćen, at an average altitude of 670 m. It is located on 42 ° 23 ′ 19 ′ ′ N, 18 ° 55 ′ 13 ′ ′ E. Although it is one of the rainiest cities in Europe, then the city with the highest average rainfall in the former Yugoslavia, Cetinje has no surface watercourses.
What to see in Cetinje
- King Nikola's Palace
- Vladin dom
- Cetinje Monastery
- Mausoleum of Njegoš
Activities in Cetinje that we recommend:
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Adventure park on Ivanova Korita
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Valley of the Gods - whoever comes once, always returns to the Montenegrin capital
God thought he had brought an end to the creation of the world. And then the angels reminded him that another small but valuable group of people remained.
The eyebrows frowned, a great storm arose, the heavens opened and Montenegro was created. And in the place where He stood, He founded Cetinje and bequeathed that all who are born on that karst be gods. That is how Cetinje became the Valley of the Gods.
It is still considered a Montenegrin historical and cultural stronghold. It is located at the foot of the famed Lovćen, in the karst valley. It is also called a city-museum, because there are examples of historical turmoil, endowments, missions and museums in a small area. It all started with Ivan Crnojević, who moved north from Žabljak Crnojević to Cetinjsko polje, and the rest is history. Namely, it is mentioned as a settlement in the middle of the 15th century, the Vlaška church was built, and Ivan built his palaces next to the Orlov krš and a monastery dedicated to the Birth of the Most Holy Mother of God. The Zeta Metropolitanate was later founded on that place. The place at the foot of the Orlov krš is the main stronghold from where Cetinje, as a town, began to expand. And the rulers of the Petrović dynasty enriched it with architectural and endowment buildings. After the wars and devastation, which were not lacking, everything started to develop urbanistically, thanks to the aspirations of Peter II Petrović Njegoš and his Biljarda. During the reign of King Nikola, a new court was built, the first Danilo I Hospital, the Girls' Institute, the Government House (Vladin dom), European embassies and their delegations. Precisely because of the different urban solutions in a small place, this is stylistically one of the most interesting urban units in Europe.
What to see in Cetinje:
King Nikola's Castle - It is both a museum and a court because of the preserved ambience. It has several tens of thousands of objects sublimated in the archaeological, ethnographic, art collection, there are also decorations, weapons, plaques, seals, coats of arms, flags and photographs. The court library, with 10,000 rare books, also contains two Oktoihs - Prvoglasnik and Petoglasnik.
Billiards - Museum dedicated to Rado Tomov (at birth, Petar II Petrović Njegoš was named Rade Tomov Petrović), his residence was built in 1838, according to the guidelines of Jakov Ozereckovski. It was named after the first billiards, brought from Vienna, which was personally taken care of by the Great Poet. The bishop's personal belongings, books, manuscripts, money, weapons, money are in the permanent exhibition. It is interesting that Billiards was home to Prince Danilo and Princess Darinka, who gave the space a European style, while Prince Nikola also lived with his family in Billiards, until the court was built.
Government House - Historical and Art Museum of Montenegro, is located in this building. There is a unique Christian relic in the Art Pavilion. In the Blue Room – Lady of Philermos, whose journey to Cetinje began centuries ago from Malta, and in the midst of the Second World War, after an unbelievable journey, she arrives in Montenegro.
Cetinje Monastery: In this monastery there are two Christian relics: the hand of St. John the Baptist and the particles of the Holy Cross. The relics of the ruler and Montenegrin educator, Petar The First Petrović Njegoš, rest in the monastery, and "Oktoih", printed in 1494, is kept in this area.
Njegoš's mausoleum: At the request of Bishop Rade, his eternal resting place, built during his lifetime, was built on Jezero peak itself. His vow was fulfilled by the heir, Prince Danilo, who brought out the remains which were then stored in the chapel. The chapel resisted lightning and storms, but not the Austrians, who razed it to the ground during the First World War. In the period between the two world conflicts, a new one was built, and the current look was given in 1974, according to the idea of Ivan Meštrović. It is necessary to cross 461 steps, after which you will be greeted by stamens, Montenegrin caryatids, and then the Philosopher, Poet and Bishop, in a caring position and in deep thoughts.
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