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Did you know that Nikšić was the first one in Montenegro's history to be arranged according to urban European standards? Rent a car Nikšić and learn more.
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Rent a Car Niksic - Montenegrocar agency is your best choice when it comes to car rental or transfer services in Nikšić. 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 Nikšić, 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.
Montenegrocar services in Nikšić
- 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 Nikšić-Dubrovnik transfer service and the Dubrovnik-Nikšić transfer service for you. The distance between Nikšić and Dubrovnik is 99.5 km. We also offer a transfer service from Nikšić to Ćilipi International Airport, 121 km away. We offer transfer on the route Nikšić - Tivat 108.6 kilometers, Nikšić - Podgorica 53.1 km, Nikšić - Tirana 213 km. You will enjoy our safe cars, the service of a professional driver and the drive to the airport.
Nikšić is the second most populous city in Montenegro, and there are 80,000 inhabitants. Nikšić is the largest municipality in Montenegro, and the largest inhabited municipality in the former Yugoslavia. Nikšić is also the economic, industrial and cultural center of Montenegro.
Information about Nikšić
The municipality of Nikšić covers the central and western part of Montenegro with an area of 2,065 km², which makes it, by area, the largest municipality in Montenegro with 14.95% of its territory. It is located at an altitude of 630 m. Its geographical coordinates are 180 57 ′ 28 ″ igd I 420 46 ′ 29 ″ sgsh. It borders six Montenegrin municipalities: Kotor, Cetinje, Danilovgrad, Kolašin, Šavnik and Plužine. To the west is the border with Bosnia and Herzegovina. The population of Nikšić makes up about 12% of the total population of Montenegro.
What to see in Nikšić
- Ostrog Monastery
- Crvena Stijena (The Red Rock)
- Bridge on Moštanica
- Carev most (The Emperor's Bridge)
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City of beer, steel and of good spirit at the crossroads of ancient roads
Nikšić can boast the title of the largest municipality in the former Yugoslavia, with huge natural potential. Its favorable geographical position provides the sea and the mountains of Montenegro in the palm of your hand.
Nikšić can boast the title of the largest municipality in the former Yugoslavia, with huge natural potential. It is about a 50-minute drive to the coast or the majestic Durmitor, which the ancient Romans said never "sleeps".
Nikšić bears this name for only 300 years, but its existence dates back to ancient times. It is a crossroads from the Roman times of Anderbe, Anagastum, and later Onogošt. It has kept this characteristic to this day. Namely, the town under Trebjesa covers the central and western part of Montenegro. At an altitude of 630 m, it occupies almost 15 percent of the territory of Montenegro. With all its characteristics, it represents a treasure trove of tourism in the form of natural, social and anthropogenic resources.
Everything in Nikšić merges into the city center, which for the first time in the history of Montenegro, is arranged according to urban European standards. The main architect of this project is the famous Josip Šilović Slade. On March 17, 1883, on the order of Prince Nikola, this man from Trogir made the first regulatory plan for a new town on the ruins of ancient Onogošt. The beginning of construction at that time "attracted craftsmen from various countries and regions, such as the Bay of Kotor, Dalmatia, Herzegovina and Italy."
Today, this heart of the city, with its surroundings attracts a large number of tourists from all over the world. Thanks to the rich cultural, nightlife and recognizable Nikšić beer, international festivals. It is like that thanks not only to the cordiality of the inhabitants, but also to the legacy of Vit Nikolić, Tin Ujević, Živko Nikolić, Mirko Kovač, Bota Nikolić, Miloš Šobajić and other world and our creators.
The unique ambient unit of the Nikšić center contains all the historical and cultural features. Visits to the Cathedral of St. Basil of Ostrog, the Palace of King Nicholas, the nearby Lapidarium, the Church of St. Peter and Paul, The Rampart will leave a complete impression and experience of this city on all visitors.
What not to miss:
Ostrog Monastery - located along an almost vertical cliff, almost at the very top of the steep Ostrog beam, built in the Renaissance style. A unique place in the world, where the relics of St. Basil of Ostrog are worshiped by members of all faiths and denominations. It consists of the Upper and Lower monasteries, and for tourists and worshipers, a walking tour between the already mentioned monasteries is especially interesting.
Crvena stijena - an archeological site from the Paleolithic era, located not far from the village of Petrovići (Nikšić municipality), near the border of Montenegro and Herzegovina. It was discovered in 1954 and is considered to be the site with the thickest cultural layer (from Musterien to the Bronze Age), the richest stratigraphic stratification on the Balkan Peninsula and extremely preserved remains of material culture, which provide a good insight into the development of Paleolithic cultures.
Bridge on Moštanica - the oldest preserved bridge in Montenegro. According to some sources, it was located on the Roman road that led from Epidaurus through Risan, Grahovo, Rijeka and Nikšić to Shkodra. The curiosity is that about ten steps from the Bridge on Moštanica towards the church, there are interesting "seats", which, according to tradition, were used by the former heads of the Moštanica town in the Roman, Byzantine and Turkish periods.
Emperor's Bridge - the most beautiful building of its kind in Montenegro. It was built in 1896, as a gift from the Russian emperor Alexander III, under the supervision and idea of the already mentioned Josip Slade. The material is made of hewn stone, with 18 colonnades, 269 m long, up to 13 meters high, from where there is a pastoral view of the huge Nikšić field.
Trebjesa - a favorite picnic spot of Nikšić. The lungs of the city, built in the flat Nikšić field, were declared a "state ban" during the reign of King Nikola. Dwellings of numerous endemic species, such as Balkan discorea, Dalmatian hyacinth, oriental buckthorn, are surrounded by well-kept 5 km long hiking and cycling trails, suitable for recreation and competitions. Not far from the top, there is the hotel "Trebjesa" or "bird with outstretched wings", the work of architect Slobodan Vukajlović, as well as a lookout that encompasses the fullness of fields with artificial lakes.