Very modest palace of king Nikola but represent very important part in the Montenegrin history. Gives you the picture of the life in that very small and very poor kingdom.
After a very dangerous ride, following 25 hairpin curves,from Kotor to Cetinje, The Royal Palace Museum was the best you could see in such a small place. The Museum has a lot of local history to unveil. For locals it's very important but for foreign visitors it's not the attracion you'll remember for ever. It's a very small Museum. That's... More
We took a bus trip from Dubrovnik to Cetinje and then to the coast city Budva. This took a day and was well worth it. The visit of King Nikola I's castle was very interesting. The guide spoke english. It was finished in 1867 and belonged to Montenegro's royal family for over 50 years. It became a museum in 1926.... More
On our second visit to Cetinje, we had 2 older teens with us. Walking around this small town, which was filled with young college students, was a memorable day for the whole family. The blossoming of Cetinje`s famous linden trees bathed the entire town in a pleasant scent. The Royal Palace tour was especially interesting, even to the teens, with... More
As part of a day tour when in Montenegro for a week, spent a while in the old capital of Cetinje. A tour of the former royal palace of King Nicola 1 was interesting but not exceptional. The city square outside with some old shops - and a jocular blacksmith demonstrating his skills helped us to enjoy the visit, also... More
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