Podgorica (medieval Rayon, from 1946 to 1992. Titograd), capital and largest city of Montenegro. Podgorica is the main crossroads in Montenegro. Its convenient location at the confluence of the Ribnica and Moraca in Zeta-Bjelopavliće. The city is close to ski resorts in the north and resorts on the Adriatic Sea.
At only 20 kilometers from the Skadar Lake, 50 kilometers from the sea and 50 kilometers to the mountain, Podgorica is the perfect place to start your adventure in Montenegro! The city has an airport, and contains all the necessary services to visit all the natural beauty offered by this small, but natural and cultural heritage is extremely rich country.
Groundwater Podgorica represent the special quality of the natural environment, but also a significant water resource wealth. According to official data, below the floor of Podgorica municipality is a huge lake. The most extensive “underground lake” is situated in the Zeta plain. His površiina is 212 km2, almost as much as Lake Skadar in Montenegro. Montenegro has a large number of groundwater resulting in the emergence of a large number of “natural wells” such as Berski sources Berima, black eye, blue eye and wolf springs near the Koman and Hampstead, window and flounder in Piperi. Podgorica is known for its abundance of groundwater representing a particular quality of the natural environment.
Podgorica is known for its abundance of groundwater representing a particular quality of the natural environment. A large number of groundwater seems that this area is known for safe drinking water. Special value and natural beauty are the River Moraca and Ribnica Castle, which intersect the north-south and east-west.