Delight in Our Fresh Summer Menu at CUE Podgorica!
As the days grow longer and the sun shines brighter, we're excited to introduce our brand-new summer menu at CUE Podgorica Hotel. Our chefs have been hard at work crafting a selection of light, flavorful dishes and our bartenders a refreshing drink that are perfect for the season. Get ready to savor the taste of summer with these delightful offerings!
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St. George Island in Bay of Kotor.
Montenegro Islands: Hidden Gems of the Adriatic Sea
Explore the hidden gems of Montenegro's coast where each island tells its own story. From the luxurious retreat of Sveti Stefan to the historic monasteries of Our Lady of the Rocks and Saint George, these islands offer a blend of cultural heritage and natural beauty.
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Balkan Lynx: Conservation Efforts and Challenges
The Balkan lynx, a subspecies of the Eurasian lynx, is one of the most elusive and endangered cats in Europe. With only an estimated 35 to 40 individuals remaining in North Macedonia, this majestic feline is teetering on the brink of extinction. It roams the mountainous regions of Albania, Kosovo, and western North Macedonia, where conservation efforts are crucial to its survival.
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Experience the Magic of Somersby Summer Jam 2024 in Podgorica
Hotel CUE Podgorica, The Living Room, and ELIT Restaurant are thrilled to announce the upcoming Somersby Summer Jam festival, taking place from June 18th to September 10th. This year’s festival promises nearly three months of incredible concerts, featuring 12 performances by top-tier musicians every Tuesday.
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Prcanj in Montenegro: Discovering the Gem of Boka Bay
Prčanj is a small coastal town situated in the picturesque Bay of Kotor in Montenegro. Known for its serene ambience and historical significance, it was once a thriving maritime center, particularly during the 17th and 18th centuries. This charming town, with a population of just over a thousand, is nestled between the settlements of Muo and Stoliv and lies just 5 kilometers west of Kotor. Its historical importance is evident in the well-preserved architecture and the town’s unique cultural heritage.
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CUE Podgorica Awarded TripAdvisor’s Travelers’ Choice 2024
With great pride, we announce that CUE Podgorica Hotel has received the TripAdvisor Travelers’ Choice 2024 award. The selection of the best hotels is based on consistent, excellent reviews from the global travel community, placing the highest-rated establishments among the elite on TripAdvisor.
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Moraca River: The Heartbeat of Podgorica
The Morača River, flowing through the vibrant city of Podgorica, is more than just a body of water; it’s the life of the region, offering both locals and visitors a tranquil escape in the middle of the city and its bustle. The river’s journey from the rugged landscapes of the Morača River Canyon to the calm plains of Podgorica is a testament to Montenegro’s diverse geographical tapestry. Stretching over 113 kilometers (about 70.21 mi), this river carves a path from north to south, ultimately finding its way into the stunning Lake Skadar.
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Lipa Cave in Montenegro
Lipa Cave, located in Montenegro near Cetinje, stands out as one of the largest cave systems in the region. With a complex labyrinth extending over 2.5 kilometers of passages and halls, this karst cave offers a unique underground adventure. The cave system is rich in geological formations and is recognized for its significant speleological value. Its vast network has been the subject of exploration and scientific study, revealing a staggering elevation difference of over 300 meters within the cave. 
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Explore Perast, Montenegro – Adriatic Beauty and Historical Charm
Nestled in the Bay of Kotor and shadowed by steep mountains lies Perast, a serene town in Montenegro brimming with storied architecture and historical significance. This picturesque town once commanded great respect as a maritime center under Venetian rule, its legacy is now reflected in the grandeur of its surviving Baroque buildings and churches. With fewer than 400 inhabitants, Perast is a well-preserved example of the area’s past wealth and importance.
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Durmitor National Park: Montenegro’s Wild Beauty
Nestled in the rugged landscapes of Montenegro lies Durmitor National Park, a sanctuary of natural beauty and adventure that beckons travelers from around the globe. At the heart of this UNESCO World Heritage site is the majestic Durmitor mountain range, encompassing towering peaks, deep gorges, and pristine lakes that paint a picture of nature’s finest craftsmanship. Locally revered as “the director of all mountains”, Durmitor captivates with its majestic allure and endless exploration opportunities.
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