Cetinje is located in the southern part of Montenegro, at the feet of the Lovcen Mountain, about 35 km southwest from Podgorica, the new capital of Montenegro. It is less than an hour-long-route from Budva, Podgorica or Kotor.
Cetinje was founded in the 15th century by Ivan Crnojevic the last ruler of strong mediaeval state of Zeta. Cetinje was the historical capital of Montenegro for five centuries.
Cetinje and its cultural and historic attractions represent a very interesting offer for the tourists. The most important historic and cultural monuments are Monastery of Cetinje built at the beginning of the 12th century; Biljarda (the billiard room) – the resident of the ruler Petar Petrovic Njegos.