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- Easy to find, and excellent views from the road but do go down, it’s beautiful. Another untouched lake in Montenegro, they have had the sense not to surround their natural beauty by building resort hotels, just beautifulWritten September 20, 2018This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Nature is beautiful, if you have small kids this is the right place with lots of land for running and playing and not far a way from city centre
I definitely recommend this place.Written July 16, 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Towering over Saka Petrovica pentagonal square , this 120 years old Cathedralis very nice both in and outside .
But mind you - this is not the famous Ostrog Monastery (some 25 Km. south of here) .
It is not a must , but if you have a few monutes to spare - do visit and use your cameras .Written July 5, 2019This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- The cave is situated around 700 metres above sea level, facing the south. Its opening is 24 metres wide, and its height is around 25 metres and its depth is around 15 metres.
Exploration has discovered a 20 to 30 metre-thick cultural deposit, which is the deepest in Europe after the El Castillo archaeological site in Spain. Based on the different structure, color, composition and content, 31 cultural layers have been isolatedWritten April 8, 2018
- Must see. Really exiting. Not on the msin tourist path so not many tourists and no crowd.
Good for taking photos.Written July 22, 2017
- Parking is available just below the entrance in a small side street. the views are good from the top and they have music shows sometimesWritten August 7, 2022
- The Mostanica bridge was built when the Roman Empire ruled here. It is well signposted on the main road between Niksic and Kotor, and well worth the very short side trip to see it. There is no information at the site and the road simply peters out by a small church. The bridge is straight ahead and nowadays simply crosses a dry riverbed. It’s picturesque with its ancient stone arches and easy to walk across.Written July 6, 2019
- The Dom Revolucije, or Home of Revolution, is among the most massive and interesting ruins of Socialist-era Yugoslavia. Designed as a large exhibition and cultural centre and memorial, the building was begun in the late 1970s and due to lack of funds work ended with it still incomplete in the late 1980s. It sits partly walled off in the centre of Niksic,which it dominates since it is one of the largest structures in the region. It is striking from all angles and one can get some good views of it.Written August 22, 2017
- This is a monument to people that gave lives for freedom, soldiers, farmers, industrial workers, ordinary people. Labelling this a communist monument simply does no justice to people who did not care about ideology, but for their home and land.Written September 29, 2015
- Nice interior with beautiful icons. Special room for lighting candles. I am curious about the entrance that is planned for disabled persons. I look# like an idiot plan funded with EU support.Written June 22, 2019
- We were driving from Herceg Novi to Durmitor and got hungry on the way. Found a fabulous restaurant in Vujce Ski center some 30-40 km before reaching Zabljak. Vucje is one of those hidden gems - untouched nature, serene, no crowd at this time of the year (summer peak), super friendly host and excellent food. We had a local specialty "njeguski steak", which proved to be one of the best meals we had overall in Montenegro. Lady called Zorica was very helpful and gave us great advice on less known lakes to visit in the area. Vucje is packed in the winter, but this time we had it all to ourselves :) The restaurant is decorated in the traditional style where one can have a glimpse into MN history. Will definitely go back!Written August 6, 2021
- A lovely building - the old King Nikola’s Palace. But its a shame it is going into disrepair. Definitely needs some work doing on the building, I presume they don’t have the money which is such a shame.
Some very interesting artefacts, but no English translations - if they made a few plaques in English it may bring in some more visitors? Entry is €2 per person.
This place definitely has potential, just needs a bit of work and it could be a brilliant museum!! Niksic was a lovely little stop over on the way from the mountains back to Podgorica.Written August 22, 2019
- The exposition gives a good view on state of the art in Montenegro. This is not comparable with what West European art lovers want. But it teaches us the difference.Written June 22, 2019
- Beautiful gardens. Peaceful and full of greenery. as lucky to visit on a day with plenty of sunshine and made for an excellent outing.Written August 20, 2015
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