Explore The interior Cetinje Podgorica Lake Skadar Durmitor National Park Share The Palace of King Nikola sits at the southern end of Trg Dvorski. Prior to becoming king in 1910, Nikola was a military leader and poet (as well as a prince, of course), and his old palace is full of regal bric-a-brac. Opposite this is the Ethnographic Museum, which mainly features nineteenth-century costumes. Down the road in Trg Revolucie you’ll find the Biliarda, once the residence of King Petar II, and named after a billiard table – still visible today – that he once had hauled here from Kotor. Near the Biliarda you’ll find the National Museum, worth visiting for its first-floor art gallery, and nestled into the hillside across the square is Cetinje Monastery. All these sites are open daily 9am–5pm, and can be visited on a €10 combined ticket, or cost from €3 to €5 each.