After meeting in Kotor old town or surrounding areas we will head towards the Village of Njegusi, know as the birth place of Petar Petrovic Njegos, the village of Njegusi is famous for its smoked ham or prosciutto (Njeguski prsut), flat bread (Lepinja) and cheese (Njeguski Sir) so we will go off the beaten path and will will visit our friend's family owned smoke house where you will have a sample of our local specialties, including local wine and brandy (know as Loza or Rakija). After some free time we will return via Kotor’s stunning serpentine road with plenty of photo opportunities once in Kotor you will have a walking tour through the maze of Kotor's medieval quarter, its bustling market and among beautiful Renaissance buildings.
Hi there, I've been living in gorgeous Montenegro from over 10 years now, I came twice with my boyfriend and then settle with my husband (same guy) :) who happens to be Montenegrin and charmed me and showed me how amazing this place is. We are travelers as well and it was no brainer to choose the travel industry as our forte'. We are both tour guides and love to show our guests why we decided to stay in this beautiful area of Europe.
A mix of local specialties: prosciutto, tomatoes, homemade bread, cheese, wine and grape brandy
You will try our local wine Vranac, traditional spirit Rakija or Loza and water for juice will be available and included in…
We will have a fully equipped vehicle at our disposal (A/C, fuel, parking a toll fees)
We will drive from Kotor Old town, taking the trojica road, head up taking the old road to Cetinje, having amazing views of the Bay of Kotor with multiple stops for pictures, we will stop at Njegusi Village and then return to Kotor town.
Depending on the time of the year you might want to bring a light jacket with you, we will be driving up to Lovcen mountain and it much cooler than Kotor.
Eat and learn at a Prosciutto smokehouse