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Making a reservation is sometimes "mission impossible" because the restaurant is very often fully booked, so you can take our tour as an excellent option and have lunch there.
In the beginning, we will start to go there once per week, every Wednesday at lunch time. In the very case that the customer wants to go there some other day (birthdays, engagements, anniversaries, celebrations, or any other private reason) we can organize it only on demand.
8:00 departure from Kotor
8:45 departure from Budva
10:00 departure from Podgorica
12:30 arrival to the restaurant "Mrizi i Zanave"
Lunch and visit the farm of 3 hours
16:00 arrival to Rosafa Castle in Shkoder
Visit Rosafa of 45 minutes
17:00 arrival to the city center of Skhoder
Visit the city centre 45 minutes
18:00 departure from Skhoder
19:30 arrival to Podgorica
20:15 arrival to Budva
21:00 arrival to Kotor
Full BIO of the tour you can find HERE.
We start from Kotor, taking guests from Budva and then we drive to Podgorica where we will pick up guests at 10:00 am.
In the case that we don't have any guests from Podgorica, we will go directly to the border crossing Sukobin, near the city of Ulcinj.
After we pass the border crossing we will go straight to village Fiste, and arrive there between noon and 13:00 depending on the time spent on the border crossing. The lunch starts a few minutes after our arrival, with the starter: salad, various types of cheeses, grilled vegetables, ham, sausages, pie, bread followed by pasta with blueberries, truffles or mushrooms. The third course will be meat with potatoes, and the last one is several desserts with fruits. Lunch lasts 2 hours.
After lunch, we will have half an hour guided visit of the farm where the guests will be able to buy some of their organic products.
We will leave Mrizi i Zanave complex around 16:00 and continue to the city of Shkoder, which is only 20 km away. Our first stop will be Rosafa Castle which was probably founded by Illyrians. Later it was rebuilt several times by Romans, Venetians, and Ottomans. The castle ruins consist of 3 courtyards and a few buildings. The oldest still-standing structure on the castle grounds is the St. Stephen's Church, which dates back to 1319. One of the main reasons to visit the castle is its location on a 130 m high hilltop, which offers panoramic views of Shkoder, the Buna and Drini rivers as well as the southern end of Lake Shkodra . Next to the Rozafa castle is located multiple-domed Lead Mosque (Xamia e Plumbit) which dates back to 1773, when it was built in Ottoman style by Memet Pasha Bushati. The name Lead Mosque derives from the material which was used for the roof and the cupolas. In 1948 the mosque was declared a Cultural Monument which probably also saved it from destruction during the communist years. In 1967 the minaret was destroyed by alighting.
The last stop will be the city center of Shkoder and the most popular pedestrian street known as Pjaca (KoleIdromeno St. in the center of Shkodra), full of cafes and shops. That street got the name of KoleIdromeno (1860-1939) who was a famous Albanian sculptor, photographer, architect, and engineer. At the beginning of the street, you will see the Mother Theresa monument (Nene Teresa), which is one of the newest statues in Shkoder. Mother Teresa was a Catholic nun, who was born in neighboring Macedonia to an Albanian family. In 1979 she was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize. On the left from Mother Teresa monument the large Ebu Beker Mosque, which is the focal point of the local Muslim community, dominates Skhoder's city center. This mosque is also known as Al-Zamil Mosque; it was built in 1995 with funds from Saudi Arabia and Egypt. This mosque has been extensively renovated in 2008. Across the mosque is the statue of Luigj Gurakuqi (1879-1925) who was born in Shkoder. He became a poet and a nationalist. Luigj Gurakuqi was given the titles of Hero i Popullit (Hero of the People) and Meseus i Popullit (Teacher of the People). The university of his hometown Shkoder was named after him.
After our visit to Shkoder, we will be heading back to Podgorica, Budva, and Kotor.
Tour is organized by air-conditioned cars or minivan, minibusses.
Licensed tour guide on the English language.
Price doesn't include
Standard lunch costs from 13 up to 15 euro
Entrance fee on Rozafa Castle is 2 euro
Guests who want to bring their luggage on the tour and finish the tour in another city ( Kotor or Budva or Podgorica) can easily do that. There is no luggage fee.
For more info about the tour and booking, contact us on e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone 0038269039751 (Viber and WhatsApp)
Hope you will enjoy on our tour:)
Montenegro Hostel Team