Within the Verde complex, next to our hotel, there is also the voco Podgorica hotel, which offers the use of a semi-Olympic swimming pool for all visitors. It is located in the immediate vicinity across from Hotel Verde.
The city is known for its very rich gastronomy, which is characterized by a combination of national and Mediterranean cuisine, as well as for its diverse wine offer. It is the scene of numerous cultural, theater, film and sports events and manifestations of an international character.
Gorica is a forest park that has always been used for walking and recreation of people in nature. In recent years, more and more people are using it as a place to gain physical fitness from various sports-recreational and professional disciplines. Being in nature itself is healing, especially in the forest (like the pines in Gorica), and it has been proven that pines emit phytocidal chemical substances that purify (sterilize) the air. This reflects the health importance of Gorica for the human body.
In the area around the confluence of Ribnica and Morač, during the reign of the Romans in this region, there was the city of Birziminium. It was the trade center of the province of Prevalis, through which the caravan route passed.
The oldest bridge in Podgorica is considered to be the stone bridge on Ribnica, on today's Skaline, which is believed to date back to the Roman period.
This bridge is one of the rare remnants of the former Roman city, which was apparently almost completely destroyed in the catastrophic earthquake that struck this area in 618.
Lake Skadar always fits perfectly into your travel plan! Once a favorite destination of the former royal family, it is home to around 280 species of birds, a place with historic towns, medieval sacred architecture and centuries-old vineyards. In other words, if you are a lover of nature, customs and history, this is an excellent choice for you!
During the 19th and early 20th centuries, Rijeka Crnojevića was the largest Montenegrin port and a leading trade center. A particularly prized product of this region was dry ukleja due to its uniqueness and exceptional taste, which was also highly sought after on Italian tables.
At the entrance to Rijeka Crnojevića is the stone "Danilov Most". It was built by Prince Danilo in 1853 in memory of his father Stanko Petrović. Next to the bridge, on the left bank of the river, he built a one-story house known as "Mostina", preserved to this day.