Montenegro Central and Mountain Cities

Cetinje

Cetinje is located in the southern part of Montenegro, at the feet of the Lovcen Mountain, about 35 km southwest from Podgorica, the new capital of Montenegro. It is less than an hour-long-route from Budva, Podgorica or Kotor.  Cetinje

Plav

Plav is located in the north-eastern part of Montenegro, at the feet of the Prokletije Mountains, close to the border with Kosovo and Albania. Plav is the administrative center of Plav Municipality.  Plav

Podgorica

Podgorica, sited on the Morače River, is Montenegro’s administrative, agricultural and political centre – and, since recently gaining its independence, also the country’s capital.Formerly known as Titograd, Podgorica is a dynamically developing modern city. Podgorica

Berane

The town of Berane is located in the northeastern part of Montenegro, near the Lim River. Berane is the administrative center of Berane Municipality. erane is connected with a highway with Bijelo Polje and Rozaje. The closest railway station is Bijelo Polje. Berane

Bijelo Polje

Bijelo Polje is located in the northern part of Montenegro, north of Bjelasica Mountains on the bank of Lim River. Bijelo Polje is the cultural, administrative and economic center of the northern part of Montenegro. Bijelo Polje has a favorable geographic position; it is situated in the crossroads of the main roads. Bijelo Polje

Kolašin

Kolašin is situated in the central and northern part of Montenegro southwest of Bjelasica Mountains. Kolašin is the centre of Kolašin municipality; and it is the seat of the Biogradska Gora National Park. Besides Žabljak, Kolašin is one of the main centers of Montenegrin mountain tourism. Kolašin

Mojkovac

Mojkovac is situated in the central- northern part of Montenegro, north of Bjelasica Mountains on the west bank of the Tara River. Mojkovac is the center of Mojkovac municipality. It has a very favorable geographic position as the Beograd – Podgorica highway and the Belgrade-Bar railway also run through this the town.

Mojkovac