Located in the southernmost region of the city, Dajbabe Hill is an area that stretches from the Zabjelo neighbourhood to the Aluminum plant, and therefore is a vast area that has many great spots either for sightseeing, jogging, relaxing or exploring. Many trails, benches and great viewpoints await you, as well as a lovely and rather old Orthodox monastery, which was built in a cave. The only downside is that the monastery is a bit further away, close to the Aluminum Plant, but if you have more time, it is worth paying a visit to that sacred place.
At the hill, you will find a somewhat mysterious and futuristic building, the Dajbabe tower, which looks like a fancy, albeit short, TV tower, but as a matter of fact isn’t. It is a building specifically built for emitting and maintaining radio frequencies. Pretty weird, isn’t it? It is a very bold structure, although the excessiveness was unnecessary. Unfortunately, the tower is not open for the public, but there are plans for amending that.
There you can find a lovely, almost 270° view of not only the city (except for most of the downtown, since Ljubović hill is blocking the view) but also the flat plain, Skadar Lake and high mountains to the south. So, if you are looking for a tranquil place with the best view in city, then Dajbabe hill is the best spot for that!