Cetinje is located 54 km / 33 miles inland away from Kotor city center. It is known as the historic and secondary capital of Montenegro which became the capital in 1878 when Montenegro was an independent country. It’s worth seeing it for its architecture dating back to 15th century. It’s not a touristic town but it’s a town where you can witness the culture and history of Montenegro.
What to see: Cetinje Monastery, Biljarda Monastery, Lipa Cave, Montenegrin Art Gallery, Miodrag Dado Duric Gallery, Ulica Njegoseva, History Museum, King Nikola Museum, Vlach Church, Lovcen National Park, Njegos Mausoleum, Djukanovic House, The Monastery of Saint Peter, National Musuem, Ethnographic Museum