Top 10 Cultural Tours in Ulcinj, Ulcinj Municipality

May 18, 2022 Lean Nau

Ulcinj (Montenegrin Cyrillic: Улцињ, pronounced [ǔlt͡siɲ]; Albanian: Ulqin or Ulqini) is a town on the southern coast of Montenegro and the capital of Ulcinj Municipality. It has an urban population of 10,707 (2011), the majority being Albanians.
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1. Adriatic Coast Private Tour

Road Trip Montenegro
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The cities on the Montenegrin coast will definitely seduce you with their charm, diversity and the Mediterranean air.This tour is rich with diversities:from luxury Tivat,ancient Budva to the former pirate town Ulcinj.

Inclusions: Lunch, Coffee and/or Tea, Air-conditioned vehicle, Private transportation, WiFi on board, All Fees and Taxes, Boat/Museum tickets

Exclusions: Personal expenses (Souvenirs, and other goods)

Reviewed By tnt20052015

Found this company by luck and what an EXCELLENT find it was. After a quick chat on the kind of things we like and the places we wanted to visit these guys soon worked out an achievable full day (8am to 9pm) private tour and price. Everything was confirmed via email and the itinerary was perfect along with flexibility from the driver. They did all the arrangements and covered all the fees in the price so we could sit back and relax. A drive around the bay and through Kotor onto Lovcen amazing drive up through the national park (thank god we didn't try and drive that one!) the mausoleum and views over the mountains. Cetinje full English speaking tour of the palace. Skadar a private boat tour with a local tour guide (Niko) who was amazing and a drive back via Budva to check out if we might want to visit it in more detail. FANTASTIC TRIP, SERVICE and PRICE have already recommended them to guests at our hotel and friends considering visiting gorgeous Montenegro

2. Visit Albania and Montenegro

Albania Express Travel
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This tour provides the opportunity to discover Albania and get a taste of the incredible beauty of Montenegro. Beginning in Albania, our visits include a number of the highlights of this country and its fascinating history, ancient and the more recent years of communist struggle, with four UNESCO sites visited as well as the beautifully scenic Albanian Riviera. In Montenegro we enjoy the stunning scenery of Kotor Bay visiting the old town, a wonderful ‘living museum’ of historic and picturesque streets. We also visit Budva, rich in historical monuments and home to yet another wonderful old town, which offers a treasure chest of cultural heritage. Other visits here include eye-catching Perast and historically glorious Cetinje, Montenegro’s ‘honorary’ capital.

Inclusions: Breakfast, Breakfast, Breakfast, Breakfast, Breakfast, Breakfast, Breakfast, Breakfast, Breakfast, 9 nights accommodation, Professional guide, Air-conditioned vehicle

Exclusions: Lunches, Dinners, All Fees and Taxes

Reviewed By AnnieM007

I can't thank our tour guide Adam enough for giving us a fun filled day from start to finish. If you are lucky enough to get him as your tour guide you will agree with me that he is one interesting man on this planet! He went above and beyond, even making additional pit stops. He showed us so much in one day that would of easily taken us two to three days to do. The tour exceeded my expectations. I can't wait to do future day trips in other countries/cities with Albanian Express Travel and Adam!

3. Bar and Ulcinj Private Tour - Oriental Montenegro Experience

Montenegro travel club
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On Adriatic oriental tour (Bar & Ulcinj City tour), you can experience the stunning views of this part of the Adriatic coast. Combining Bar and Ulcinj, create one of the loveliest tours Montenegro has to offer! Explore Bar characterized by wide boulevards and lush Mediterranean vegetation and its interesting old town. Where ever you go, you will see reflections of the Roman and Ottoman influences in the landmarks against a backdrop of tangerine and olive tree fields. Lastly, how about the antique town of Ulcinj, with its picture perfect narrow, curving streets, stone houses decorated by elements of the Renaissance and Baroque, and a dramatic, indescribable natural beauty.

Inclusions: Licensed tour guide, Drive in a standard sedan vehicle, Parking and all road fees, Entrance fee for Old town Bar, Entrance fee for Old Olive Tree (Bar)

Exclusions: Drinks and snacks that you buy during the tour, visits to restaurants and bars.

Reviewed By Macedonia B

I was very pleased with the service that I received from this travel company. The tour guide was very knowledgeable and very friendly. Our expectations were totally exceeded. Montenegro Is amazing country!!!!

4. The Best of Montenegro 6 nights / 7 days

Monte Mare Travel

Montenegro is a small country in southeast Europe, in the west of the Balkans, but very famous about its incredible nature beauties. In this arrangement, ’’Monte Mare Travel’’ agency brought together wonderful cities at the seaside and mountain towns in the north, as well as the cruising on the largest lake in the Balkans – Skadar lake and visits to the most famous monasteries. In order to meet our customers, we have arranged a package where you will be able to see and experience the best of Montenegro for 7 days.

Inclusions: Breakfast, Lunch, Lunch, Breakfast, Breakfast, Breakfast, Lunch, Lunch, Lunch, Breakfast, Breakfast, Dinner, Transfer airport (Podgorica or Tivat) - hotel - airport, by modern air-conditioned vehicles, Guided tour of Budva Old Town (in English) - 2 hours, 3 overnights in a double/triple room in Budva, Hotel 3 or 4 * , 3 nights in a double/triple room in Podgorica, hotel 3 or 4 * , residence tax and insurance, road expenses and parking fees, travel health insurance, tourist tax, Licensed travel guide for tours provided by the program (in English), Tickets: Church of Our Lady of The Rocks, Old Olive Tree, Cetinje Monastery, Tickets: Morača Monastery, Ostrog Monastery, Besac fortress, Skadar lake cruising - 2 hours, tasting during the Skadar Lake cruise (5th day)

Exclusions: Licensed tourist guide for a specific language., Transfer from the airport not listed in program., Ticket for localities which are not listed in *Included in price., Food and drinks not listed in program., Visits to bars and restaurants not listed in program., ZIP LINE – Đurđevića Tara bridge, Other non-program costs, Single room use

Reviewed By DebiE608

Budva is a must see for anyone traveling in the region. Its an "old town" with a wonderful past. The night time entertainment in the city is great too but start your day with a city tour. Its worth the cost and will blow your mind...or just boggle it.

5. The best of Podgorica Walking tour

King Nikola's Palace, Bar, Montenegro Fun Top Fun Montenegro

Do you know that the capital of Montenegro is a city with many names: from Roman Birziminium to Slavic Ribnica, from communist Titograd to our days Podgorica? Podgorica is a city with a turbulent history and a few landmarks that can display its past. You will be amazed by walking through the old city, Ribnica Bridge and king Nikolas Palace. Is it true that Podgorice once was a communist Yugoslavian city? What is so charming about walking along Stara Varos? Are there any hidden secrets of this magic place? A local charismatic guide will reveal the secrets and interesting facts about „Skaline“ remains, parks, institution buildings, Gorica hill.

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6. Relax and Enjoy in Montenegro 5 nights / 6 days

Monte Mare Travel

In this arrangement we offer you combination of stunning Adriatic and central area of Montenegro. Through the walking city tour you will explore Podgorica – the capital of Montenegro, where you will stay during the arrangement. Next days, you will visit Ostrog monastery – the third most visited monastery in the Christian world, immediately after Christ’s tomb in Jerusalem and the Holy Mountain in Greece, Kuči area and tribe, Montenegrin Niagara waterfalls. Lovers of good wine will surely enjoy tasting Montenegrin wines in wine cellar Šipčanik in Ćemovsko field – one of the largest and most beautiful vineyards in Europe, as well as in the local traditional winery Mrkan on the road to the Rijeka Crnojevića (beautiful little historic place). You will have an opportunity to take a photo on the Pavlova side – viewpoint from which photos represent Montenegro in magazines worldwide, and visit Cetinje – Old Royal Capital,Budva, Kotor, Tivat, Perast, Bar, Ulcinj...

Inclusions: Lunch, Breakfast, Dinner, Breakfast, Breakfast, Lunch, Breakfast, Lunch, Lunch, Breakfast, Transfer airport (Podgorica or Tivat) - hotel - airport, by modern air-conditioned vehicles, Panoramic tour of Podgorica, City tour of Podgorica with licensed tourist guide (in English) – approx. 2 hours, Licensed travel guide for excursions provided by the program (in English), 3 or 4-star hotel accommodation in a double/triple room in Podgorica - 5 nights , Residence tax and insurance, road expenses and parking fees, travel health insurance, tourist tax, Tickets: King Nikola’s Museum, Church of Our Lady of The Rocks, Tickets: Marko Miljanov museum, fortress Besac, National park Skadar lake, Old Olive Tree..., Wine tasting at Mrkan winery (2nd day), Wine tasting in wine cellar Šipčanik (4th day), Touristic train riding in Ćemovsko field (4th day)

Exclusions: Tickets: Cathedral of St. Triphon in Kotor, City Walls ‘Citadel’ in Budva, Boat cruising in Rijeka Crnojevića, Saint Stefan entrance for sightseeing an island 25 EUR per person, Licensed tourist guide for a specific language, Drinks and food during excursions not listed in the program, Other non - program costs, Single room use

Reviewed By DebiE608

Budva is a must see for anyone traveling in the region. Its an "old town" with a wonderful past. The night time entertainment in the city is great too but start your day with a city tour. Its worth the cost and will blow your mind...or just boggle it.

7. Old road between the Lake Skadar and Ulcinj - Private tour

Montenegro travel club

One of the most memorable experience you can have in Montenegro is the centuries-old road that connects Lake Skadar with the eastern part of our Adriatic Coast. You will enjoy incredible panoramic views of the lake, visit to its old villages and sample local products characteristic of this region, and finish the tour with the sunny Adriatic zone with its mile’s long beach’s and old towns. When you arrive here, just breathe in the cool fresh air, enjoy great panoramas and capture the dramatic natural views with your camera. This signature tour takes you away from crowds to a place where you can relax, rejuvenate and rest.

Inclusions: Licensed tour guide, Drive in a standard sedan vehicle, Parking and all road fees, Visit to a local household at Godinje village with wine tasting and snacks

Exclusions: Drinks and snacks that you buy during the tour, visits to restaurants and bars.

Reviewed By Macedonia B

I was very pleased with the service that I received from this travel company. The tour guide was very knowledgeable and very friendly. Our expectations were totally exceeded. Montenegro Is amazing country!!!!

8. Dawn Of The City-state: Budva, Sveti Stefan, Bar, Urcini, Petrovac 1 Day Tour

E80, Kotor, Montenegro Strange World Tour

In the dark Middle Ages, it was the numerous city-states on the coast of Montenegro that formed powerful forts to withstand enemy attacks. Bringing the last rays of light to the people in the dark Middle Ages. During this tour, we will visit several ancient coastal cities of Montenegro. Some of them have been developed by tourism, some are abandoned, and others have maintained their original appearance, and explore the secrets of medieval Montenegro culture through tours.

Inclusions: Fuel surcharge, Parking Fees, Air-conditioned vehicle, Gratuities

Exclusions: Lunch

9. Western Balkan Explorer Tour “Blue Route”

Albania Explorer TO & DMC

Mention the Balkans to anyone and it can conjure up a plethora of images -flashpoint of the First World War, the atrocities of the recent civil war, Tito’s and Hoxha’s Communist dictatorships. Look beyond these clichéd stereotypes on our one week trip through three Western Balkan countries - Albania, Montenegro, Croatia Bosnia-Herzegovina and Kosovo. Explore the crossroads of Europe’s East and West mosaic to cultures inherited in millenniums starting from Illyrians (Albanians), Romans, Byzantines, Slavic, and Ottoman inheritance, in fascinating historical cities, as well as some of the best landscapes in Europe. Western Balkan Explorer trip is a unique experience for those people who want to discover, enjoy and learn better those small different countries in language, religion and history, but very similar in habits, traditions, and hospitality. Important Places to visit: Tirana, Kruje, Lezhe, Ulcinj, Budva, Kotor, Dubrovnik Mostar, Sarajevo, Zabljak, Merane, Gjakove, Kukes and Rubik.

Inclusions: Hotel: Accommodation 3* hotels on double occupancy in good locations of respective cities/places., Transportation: Air Conditioned modern van/minibus/bus and other transportation listed in itinerary., Breakfast: Daily breakfast. All others meals not listed are at your expense., Guide: Professional bilingual English, speaking tour guide/leader, etc.

Exclusions: Admission/entry Fees., Travel insurance, visa fees. (if applicable), Any charges for additional itinerary are not listed in itinerary., A mandatory service fee for tour guide/bus driver (min. 5-7 Euro /day per person). , Excess baggage charges from Airlines., Personal expenses such as room service, telephone, laundry service charges., Losses or additional expenses., Lunch and Dinner charges., Everything not mentioned in “Inclusions”.

Reviewed By ArmyRangeratMIT

I love a good walking tour! It's the first thing I like to do when arriving to town since it gets you oriented to the major history and then gives you ideas of stuff to see.. We packed so much into the tour. The Square, government buildings, sculpture, orthodox church and mosque - wow so cool, and lots of other little things we eyed up to go back and enjoy.. Rate this one an "A"!

10. 11-Day Europe Tour through the Adriatic Route from Tirana

Albania Explorer TO & DMC

Europe Explorer Grand Tour “Adriatic Route” is the best possibility for travelers looking for a special experience of the best parts of the Illyrian (Balkan) Peninsula and Apennine Peninsula’s all Adriatic Sea coast lines, amazing natural, archeological and historical sites, and not only. It is a great opportunity to explore and enjoy the cultural inheritance, nature, history, traditions, multi-ethnicity, multi-religion, etc. It is a specially designed program, trying to optimize all “must see’' places for Albania, Montenegro, Croatia, Slovenia and Italy, This tour is a real mosaic of Balkan and Italy’s multicultural world as the crossroad of all East-West Europe and Mediterranean civilizations. Important Places to be Visited: Tirana, Kruje, Lezhe, Ulcinj, Budva, Kotor, Dubrovnik, Split, Trogir, Pula, Trieste, Venice, Rimini, San Marino, Ancona, Pescara, Foggia, Bari, Durres.

Inclusions: Hotel: Accommodation 3* hotels on double occupancy in good locations of respective cities/places., Ferry: Tickets in cabins with private bathrooms. , Transportation: Air Conditioned modern van/minibus/bus and other transportation listed in itinerary., Breakfast: Daily breakfast. All other meals not listed are at your expense., Guide: Professional bilingual English, speaking tour guide/leader, etc.

Exclusions: Admission/entry Fees, Travel insurance, visa fees (if applicable), Any charges for additional itinerary are not listed in itinerary, A mandatory service fee for tour guide/bus driver (min. 5-7 Euro /day per person), Excess baggage charges from Airlines, Personal expenses such as room service, telephone, laundry service charges, Losses or additional expenses, Lunch and Dinner charges (if applicable), Everything not mentioned in “Inclusions”

Reviewed By ArmyRangeratMIT

I love a good walking tour! It's the first thing I like to do when arriving to town since it gets you oriented to the major history and then gives you ideas of stuff to see.. We packed so much into the tour. The Square, government buildings, sculpture, orthodox church and mosque - wow so cool, and lots of other little things we eyed up to go back and enjoy.. Rate this one an "A"!

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