Montenegro plans to link Kotor to the mountains by cable car

Mt Lovćen, Montenegro.

Mt Lovćen, Montenegro. Image by Sarah Tzinieris / CC BY 2.0

The government of Montenegro is planning to build a cable car route that will link the Adriatic town of Kotor to the country’s old royal capital Cetinje via Mt Lovćen. The idea first came up a few decades ago, and the current government is reportedly looking for international partners and planning to use a European Bank for a reconstruction and development loan to finance the project. The 15km route would be the longest in the Adriatic, and the trip would take 43 minutes. It would offer fantastic views of the Unesco-protected Boka Kotorska Bay and the mountains, passing near the Njegoš Mausoleum on the top of Mt Lovćen, the country’s highest peak. Read more: balkaninsight.com

Places from this story

Recent stories

Activities

16 unique things to do in Hanoi

9 min readPublished less than a minute ago
JANUARY 21, 2018: People eating at a street café in the old quarter of Hanoi.
Activities

10 must-do things on your trip to Milwaukee

5 min readPublished about 14 hours ago
Downtown Milwaukee skyline with the Milwaukee Art Museum on the right.
Destination Practicalities

Do you need a visa to go to Turkey?

2 min readPublished about 14 hours ago
Kaputas Beach Turkey Mediterranean Sea
Hiking

10 unmissable places to visit in Wales

5 min readPublished about 14 hours ago
Pobbles Bay beach at the Three Cliffs Bay.

Related content