This relaxing place has the remains of St John the Baptist's hand and a piece of Jesus Christ's cross. There is a little souvenir shop.They loan you free sarong/shawls to cover knees and shoulders.
Free to get in, nice and welcoming people. Beautiful from the outside and inside, there are three beautiful rooms and a little shop where you can buy a few things/souvenirs and candles. However, our guide told us it was AMAZING and that we had to go... it was nice but not amazing.
This place has a lot of historical and religious importance for the Montenegrin people. There are several relics in the monastery: remains of St. Peter of Cetinje, right hand of John the Baptist, particles of the True Cross, icon of the Philermos Mother of God, , royal crown of Serbian king Stephen Uroš III Dečanski. Unfortunately if you won't go... 更多
I visited this monastery on a tour from Budva. Nikšić based Gardašević Travel offered a trip from Budva to the Ostrog Monastery and this Cetinje Monastery for just € 15. This agency has a couple of offices around Budva and has its own fleet of modern touring cars. - There are more tour companies in Budva that will take you... 更多
Beautiful monastery with a rich history and still with Monks living and working there. There are relics from the 13th century that the monks keep up well. There is not a charge and you can't visit all of the monastery which is the reason I gave this an average rating. I agree with the reviewer that said you need to... 更多
we had hired a driver from Kotor for the day and this was one of the stops. Could of left it off. Not worth the drive unless you are very religious.
Though we did not have the time to enter the monastery we took a walk in the park, forest and fields close to it. It was early afternoon and we were lucky to see a young monk carrying a white cat. The cat is on a line like a dog and he takes it to a field where he meditates,... 更多