The city of Cetinje, 36 km from the capital Podgorica city center, is located in the interior of the country. Cetinje has been the capital of the Kingdom of Montenegro for many years. About 19 thousand people live here. As such, it is one of the largest cities in the country. There are many historical buildings and natural beauty areas to visit here. In 1878, when Montenegro was an independent country, Cetinje was its capital. You should definitely see the architectural structures dating back to the 15th century in the city. It is not a touristic city, but it is one of the most suitable cities to experience the history and culture of Montenegro.
See in Cetinje: Cetinje Monastery, Biljarda Monastery, Lipa Cave, Montenegro Art Gallery, Miodrag Dado Duric Gallery, Ulica Njegoseva, History Museum, King Nikola Museum, Vlach Church, Lovcen National Park, Njegos Mausoleum, Djukanovic House, Saint Peter's Monastery , National Museum, Ethnographic Museum.