Lovchen is the mountain, the second for height, in Montenegro and in combination – the best-known national park. It is most convenient to reach Lovcen from Budva, the road to top will take about an hour, but it is worth it. At peak of the mountain there is mausoleum of Njegus II, a lord of Montenegro, the writer and the philosopher. And from a look, which opens from a viewing platform simply takes the spirit. Montenegrins often play a trick over children, telling them that in a good weather the panoramic view of Italy opens from Lovcen. The descent from the mountain will surely bring you to the village which is called Njegusi. The experts from Montenegro are exactly from here – Njegusian Prshut (jerked and dried in the mountain air pork ham) and njegusian cheese. By the Lovcen foot there is Cetinje -the old capital of the country. Here it is possible to visit the museum of the royal families, the Europe's first billiard room which Njegus II (A handsome man if you believe the stories) constructed on the money, received (presented) from Catherine II. And, perhaps, the most important property of the city is the Cetinje monastery where some Christian relics are stored: the right Hand of John the Baptist, a piece of the cross on which Jesus was crucified Christ and the icon painted by Saint Luke.