The diminutive size of Montenegro is in glorious contrast to its vast and impressive contribution to world culture heritage. Montenegro boasts three Unesco World Heritage Sites, medieval monasteries, and Byzantine architecture. Its breathtaking bays, high mountains, the crystal clear waters of the Adriatic, and the second largest lake in Europe allure tourists from all over the world.

Montenegro’s beautiful churches offer acoustically fine venues for concerts, while its summer festivals bring artists from around the world. Cultural experiences can be combined with outdoor adventure like river rafting on the Tara River, which forms one of the deepest and longest gorges in the world, bird watching on the many lakes, exploring in several national parks, sailing on the bay and visiting small islands dotted throughout. Combine Montenegro with Croatia, Serbia or Albania for a truly compelling concert tour.

Classical Movements has been organizing tours to the Balkans since 1995 for ensembles such as the Philadelphia Orchestra, National Symphony Orchestra, Oregon Repertory Singers, College of William and Mary Choir, Oakland Chorale, Young Voices of Adelaide, Smith College Chamber Choir and others.

Sights & Sounds

  • Kotor—a Unesco World Heritage Site
  • Podgorica
  • Montenegrin National Theatre
  • Cetinje
  • Budva
  • Budva Riviera
  • Tara River Canyon
  • Skadar Lake—Unesco World Heritage Site
  • Lovcen National Park
  • Ostrog Monastery
  • Fort Gorazda
  • Durmitor National Park and Black Lake
  • Biogradsky National Park
  • Blue Cave
  • Perast