An active-culinary journey through the "Land of Black Mountains" is best started in Podgorica. Because there is everything that grows between Almen and Adria on the markets of the Montenegrin capital. The stalls house figs and cork cherries, but also delicious kale and native olives, which are used to make high-quality oil. There are goatmeat, lamb and veal from family farms and the small carp fish Ukelei from Lake Skadarsee. The website www.montenegro.travel makes an appetite for a voyage of discovery , where interested parties can download information brochures on activities and cuisine, as well as map material on the panoramic roads.
Orient and occident have also left their mark in the country from a culinary point of view. Sweets such as Turkish Baklava or almond varieties from Italy are testament to this. The latter is always named after the place in Montenegro, such as cakes made from Perast or cake made from Dobrota.