3位當地人推薦 · 預估價格為2級（最高4級） ·
This restaurant serve delicious national and international dishes with an excellent service provided.
“Supermarket in center of Igalo that has anything that you need when is about daily food supplies”
“In this wonderful park you can see many species of plants that sailors use to bring to Herceg Novi from all the over the world. There is also part adapted for children entertainment with panoramic view.”
“Tasty food, great service. If you like mediteran dishes you should visit this place ;) it's not that cheap but portions are huge - especially "plate for 2"”
“On December 15th 1966, after closing of The Art School in Herceg-Novi, the Art Gallery was established under the protection of Soldier Union (from the second world war), by artists and well - intentioned citizens. The Gallery was named after Josip Bepo Benkovic, the artist from Herceg Novi, who was executed on Banjica in 1943. The Gallery became the meeting center of artistic life in Herceg Novi, where were organized individual and group presentations of Yugoslav and foreigner Artists. After the decision of Community Parliament of Herceg Novi, from 5. 4. 1967. the Gallery has been performing within the Regional Museum as an individual section. The first Herceg-Novi` winter salon was organized in 1967and was of the local character, but soon it became Yugoslav review with specialised selectors. Up to now, about 1150 artists took a part in 33 salons. To the relevant artists from Yugoslavia (ex SFR Yugoslavia and actual SR Yugoslavia) were assigned 109 awards. ”
“The clock tower was bulit in 1667 by order of Sultan Mahmud. During Turkish rule, this was the main city gate. In the passage through the Clock Tower, there is a sculpture of the Mother of God called "The Black Virgin", because it is made of burnt wood, and she commemorates the founder Tvrtko I Kotromanić, made in the form of a bas-relief by Afran Hozić, from Sarajevo. Only in 1995 the old town clock on this tower was replaced by a new one - an electric one, donated by Zemun, a twin city of Herceg Novi. The clock tower is one of the symbols of the city.”