Podgorica Vacations

Dreaming of a vacation in Montenegro? Look no further than Podgorica. It has something for everyone including Manastir Ostrog and Lake Skadar. Even better, vacations to Podgorica don't need to be expensive. We compare hundreds of flight and hotel options to find you the best deal available, leaving you with …

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Things to see and do in Podgorica

Annabelle Fyfield | Trip by SkyscannerManastir Ostrog
Manastir Ostrog
andre.zgora.pl | FlickrLake Skadar
Lake Skadar
Pila González | Trip by SkyscannerBiogradska Gora National Park
Biogradska Gora National Park
Gab Bat | FlickrOld Ribnica River Bridge
Old Ribnica River Bridge
Maxence Peniguet | FlickrMillenium Bridge
Millenium Bridge
Pila González | Trip by SkyscannerVirpazar
cyberborean | Flickr Cathedral of the Resurrection of Christ Podgorica (Catedral de la Resurreción de Cristo podgorica)
Cathedral of the Resurrection of Christ Podgorica (Catedral de la Resurreción de Cristo podgorica)
Fearless Fred | FlickrMoscow Bridge
Moscow Bridge
Monika Kostera (urbanlegend) | FlickrDuklja Ruins
Duklja Ruins

Reviews of Podgorica

Annabelle Fyfield
Annabelle Fyfield

Podgorica for me is a real strange place but this evenings orange haze made me think again, and it's really damn beautiful.

Mike Howard
Mike HowardSeattle, Washington, USA

Montenegro’s capital city, and most densely populated urban center, Podgorica means business. Emerging from WWII and rebuilt following Eastern Bloc templates as “Titograd” – Podgorica is the administrative, economic, academic and even geographic center of Montenegro. Really. Its within an hour of key coastal cities and mountain resorts. Fly in to Podgorica Int’l Airport, get the lay of the land (lodging runs the gamut from affordable motels to five star hotels), and enjoy the enthusiastic café culture and nightlife. Then explore Montenegro.

Rachel S
Rachel SBerlin, Germany

Compared to the scenic coasts and mountain ranges of Montenegro, I didn't find Podgorica particularly special. But Podgorica (formerly called Titograd during Yugoslav times) is a telling look at the country's past, with Stalinist high-rise buildings and many nice monuments. It's also a good gateway to amazing Montenegro attractions such as the Ostrog monestary (about an hour) and a perfect place to sample Montenegrin delicacies in a laid-back atmosphere for very affordable prices.

Tolga Orhanlı
Tolga Orhanlı

Quiet, peaceful and intertwined with nature. I had a great time, I will go again as soon as possible :)

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