Gorica Hill and Adventure Park

Brdo Gorica is located in close proximity to the center of Podgorica, and it’s a very popular recreational destination, making it a paradise for recreation enthusiasts.


Four kilometers from the center of Podgorica, on a wide plateau between the rivers Morača, Zeta, and Širijana, lie the remains of ancient Doclea, dating back to the first decade of the 1st century AD.

Old Town and Clock Tower

The Old Town was the core of Podgorica during the Ottoman period (1474-1879) in terms of the city’s urban and architectural forms, customs, way of life, and oriental characteristics.

Modern Gallery

Within the framework of the Modern Gallery, works have been collected and exhibited that best illustrate the development of modern art, as well as the most significant artistic directions and influences that occurred in Montenegrin art in the second half of the 20th century.

National Park Skadar Lake

One of the most important tourist resources in Montenegro and Podgorica. The abundance of flora and fauna, cryptodepression, and habitat of rare endangered bird species such as the wild pelican, make it unique in the region and beyond.

Wine Cellar – Plantaže 13. jul

One of the largest and most beautiful vineyards in Europe, covering an area of 2,300 hectares, with approximately 11.5 million vines.

Sastavci and Stone Bridge

This beloved romantic spot is particularly cherished by the people of Podgorica, with younger generations affectionately referring to it as Skaline.


Medun is located approximately 12 kilometers northeast of Podgorica, in the Kuči region.