Nearby attractions

With its children’s playground, chess tables, cozy benches, proximity to the Kings Park Hotel and Ribnica River, and lush green surroundings, it presents an ideal setting for both relaxation and enjoyment. 

The Ribnica River, a tributary to the Morača, flows beneath Kings Park Hotel. It features a picturesque promenade, beach, café, and bookstore, plus a medieval town with great views, all within a short walk. 

Located in the Old Town near King’s Park Hotel, the Clock Tower is an iconic symbol of Podgorica, offering visitors a glimpse of ottoman architectural heritage and a panoramic view from its summit. 

Skaline or Sastavci is a beloved spot by the river, serving as a vibrant gathering place for the city’s youth and a soulful part of Podgorica. It features an ancient bridge, one of the oldest in the country as well as remains of a medival town. 

This central city park features a statue of Petar II Petrović Njegoš, who this place is dedicated to. It offers a tranquil nature spot for leisurely walks, as it has a promenade on the coast of Morača River that connects the park to the beach and Skaline. 

This hill provides walking trails, benches, and green spaces for recreational activities, making it an ideal outdoor escape. 

Offering extensive views of Podgorica and its surroundings, Gorica Hill is a center for outdoor activities, featuring pedestrian and cycling paths, an adventure park, a historic monument and more. 

This 11,315-seat football stadium hosts various sports events and fan gatherings, serving as a central sports venue in Podgorica. 

Along the Morača River, this complex features sports fields and halls, and venues for concerts and events, highlighting its role in the city’s sports and cultural life. 

Beneath Gorica Hill, this historic church is one of Podgorica’s oldest buildings, attracting visitors with its deep history and tradition. 

Other attractions

The ancient Roman city ruins of Duklja, near Podgorica, feature remnants of residential buildings, palaces, temples, a triumphal gate, forum, and an ancient water system, showcasing the city’s extensive history. 

Just next to the ancient settlement of Duklja, lies the hill of Trijebač. This hill is special as it rises above the Podgorica and offers a beautiful viewpoint of the capital and its surroundings. The view is breathtaking both during the day and at night. 

Outside Podgorica, en route to Cetinje, the Barutana Monument embodies freedom, strength, and courage, honoring Montenegro’s fallen soldiers. Designed by the eminent architect Svetlana Kana Radević. 

Where river Cijevna meets rough stones and cliffs, magic happens. This mesmerizing natural wonder is one of the most popular getaway places in Podgorica. During spring and summer months it features a national restaurant. 

Take a walk through the vineyards and sample some of Montenegro’s finest wines. The wines are produced by AD Plantaže – one of the largest producers of grapes and wine in the region and sold in over 30 countries all over the world. 

Originally an Illyrian fortress between the 4th and 3rd century BC and later a medieval Slavic settlement. Medun is also the birthplace and final resting place of the famous Montenegrin duke and writer, Marko Miljanov. 

The largest lake in the Balkans, Skadar Lake is a National Park rich in flora, fauna, historic fortresses, and monasteries. Activities include lake cruises, fishing, swimming, and exploring small fishermen’s villages. 

Named “The Black Mountain” by sailors approaching the Bay of Kotor, Lovćen inspired Montenegro’s name. Its summit boasts a majestic mausoleum to the beloved Montenegrin ruler, philosopher and a poet – Petar II Petrovic Njegos and offers an expansive viewpoint. 

One of five national parks in Montenegro, featuring a beautiful glacial lake of the same name. Perfect place for hiking, with many hike trails cutting through the forest – one of three remaining virgin forests in Europe.  


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