Did you know that Montenegro is recognized as a country of painters? The most famous galleries are ULUCG, Museums and Galleries of Podgorica, and the Centre for Contemporary Art of Montenegro, which is located in the Petrovic Castle in Krusevac Park, one of the most beautiful buildings and an unavoidable place for romantics. The Montenegrin National Theatre and KIC “Budo Tomovic?” are the two main performance centres, while the Montenegrin Symphony Orchestra is the most important musical ensemble. The citizens of Podgorica love culture, enjoying the most during the street, theatre and music festivals, especially in the spring and summer months, when the city lives to the fullest.
Podgorica has a special dynamic. During beautiful days, sunbathing with long coffee rituals and chatting about everyday topics, specific humour and obligatory discrete staring at passers-by, are an unavoidable sight. You will never be alone in this city. If you have trouble with the map, just look at the first passers-by. They will take your hand and walk you through, giving you too much information about the requested location on the way, and persuade you to go to a few more places or to other cities.
Because the Montenegrin people claim to live in the most beautiful country in the world and they like to brag about it. Well, you know the saying, “where there’s smoke, there’s fire.”
Unplug & Play!