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Montenegro is situated in southeastern Europe, on the Balkan Peninsula, with access to the Adriatic Sea. Montenegro covers only 14 000 km2 and has about 670,000 inhabitants.

Perhaps its name, Montenegro, on the most different languages ,​​ sound like a country of South America, but if you explore a little deeper the result is one small European country which is attractive and special with its national, cultural, natural, historical and geographical diversity. 

It is bordered with Serbia to the east and north, on the west and northwest with Croatia and Bosnia-Herzegovina and Albania on the southeast. The Adriatic Sea  in the southwest separates Montenegro from Italy. The main, and also the largest city is Podgorica, while Cetinje has the status of the capital.

Cities on the coast of Montenegro win with its charm, variety and Mediterranean flavors. From Ulcinj, Bar, Budva, Petrovac, through Tivat, Kotor to Herceg Novi each city is a story for itself. Mediterranean buildings that characterized the ancient cities along the Montenegrin coast, placed Montenegro on the map of centers with valuable cultural monuments.

Hardly anyone can proud that have lived medieval cities like Budva, Kotor, Ulcinj, Old Bar, Perast, Risan and Herceg Novi ... The narrow streets, organically linked, squares, stone facades, walkways, stone windows with shutters kept the spirit of medieval creations. In every city you can find restaurants with local food and seafood dishes, cafes, with beautiful terraces and excellent cocktails, hotels with pleasant staff and a beautiful view of the sea. Montenegrin coast has experienced more than 20 earthquakes in the new era, but cities are always renewed on the same basis, according to its history and legends associated with their development. Because of that each stone has a historical and cultural value.

Due to its outstanding universal cultural and natural values part of the Bay and town of Kotor, which covers an area of Kotor and Risan, are on the UNESCO list of World heritag since 1979. 

Thanks to its coast, the number, quality, tourist value of natural and anthropogenic resources Montenegro is one of the most attractive parts of the Mediterranean and Europe.
Montenegrin coast is the most exposed and most interesting for summer tourism.

Montenegrin coast includes six municipalities: Herceg Novi, Tivat, Kotor, Budva, Bar and Ulcinj. This is a very narrow strip of land (2-10km), separated from the interior of a high and steep karst mountains of Rumija, Sutorman, Orjen andLovcen. The coast is very indented with numerous bays and coves. Montenegrin coast extends from the entrance to the Bay to the mouth of the river Bojana into the Adriatic Sea. Montenegrin coast is spreading deeper into the mountain area of Montenegro. Montenegrin coast extends to 2440 km2 and is the most densely populated part of the Republic of Montenegro. The most impressive and largest is the Bay of Kotor, which is the most southern fjord in the world. Since 1997. The Boka Kotorska has officially been included in the Association of 28 most beautiful bays in the world.  The coast of the Bay of Kotor is provided at 105.5 km, while the width of the strait that connects Herceg Novi bay with the open sea, is 2950 m.


  • The average annual temperature along the Montenegrin coast is 17.9 º C. The warmest period from June to August mean maximum temperature of 23 º C
  • Climate of Montenegrin coast is good during the whole year, because on this area there are no large differences in temperature and the temperature in winter rarely drops below zero. Winters are mild and moderate.
  • Characteristic for the coast is  the early spring, when all the surrounding mountains are covered with snow and along the coast of Mediterranean flowering plants and trees.
  • Along the coast you can see a rich spread of the Mediterranean, continental and exotic plants. Laurel, palm trees, olive trees, oranges,  lemon and pomegranate, agave, oleanders, camellias, mimosas ... are just part of the colorful flora of this region.
  • In winter it can also be enjoyed in the sunny days on the coast while in the mountain area can be reached in less than an hour.



Vehicle insurance is mandatory and it is carried out at border crossings. The citizens of the countries which Montenegro has got a special agreement with are exempt from this obligation. Therefore, the green card is valid for the following countries: Albania, Andorra, Austria, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Hungary, Morocco, Malta, Germany, Greece, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Luxembourg, Macedonia, Moldova, Norway, Portugal, Poland, Romania, Republic of Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Holland, Great Britain, Tunis, Turkey, Ukraine, Israel, Iraq and Iran.


For the stay in Montenegro of up to 30 days visa is not required for the citizens of the following countries: Germany, France, Italy, Holland, Belgium, Luxembourg, Great Britain, Ireland, Iceland, Spain, Portugal, Greece, Cyprus, Denmark, Sweden, Finland, Austria, Switzerland, Norway, Monaco, Malta, Lichtenstein, San Marino, Vatican, Andorra, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland, Russia, Ukraine, Byelorussia, Moldova, Albania, Bulgaria, Romania, Hungary, Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Macedonia, USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Japan and Israel.

The citizens of other countries have got to obtain the visa in our diplomatic and consular missions abroad in order to be able to enter Montenegro

The official currency in Montenegro is Euro (symbol for euro is €).

1€=100 cents

Coins are in denominations of 1, 2, 5, 10, 20 and 50 cents, 1 and 2 euros.

Euro paper notes are in denominations of 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 200 and 500.

The exchange of foreign currencies is performed at the counters of commercial banks and currency exchange.


Telephone code for Montenegro +382 
City Code:

• Podgorica, Kolašin i Danilovgrad (020);

• Kotor i Tivat (032);

• Nikšić, Šavnik i Plužine (040);

• Bar i Ulcinj (030);

• Cetinje (041);

• Budva (033);

• Berane, Andrijevica, Rožaje i Plav (051);

• Herceg Novi (031);

• Mojkovac i Bijelo Polje (050);

• Pljevlja i Žabljak (052)


Police 122
Firefighters 123,
Emergency 124
Exact time 125
Telegrams by telephone 126
Service sports results 19 811
Information about telephone numbers 118


Automobile Association (AMS) Montenegro provides services on all routes through Montenegro: roadside assistance, towing-service, car service in all major cities and information on road conditions. Number of call center………….


Airports of Montenegro….

Airport Tivat….

Airport Podgorica….


Railway transport

The main rail route in Montenegro is Bar-Podgorica-Belgrade.

Podgorica railway station,
Bar railway station,


Bus stations in towns of Montenegro :





Herceg Novi

+382 31 321 225


+382 20 620 430


+382 32 672 620


+382 40 213 018


+382 32 325 809


+382 30 864 033


+382 33 456 000

Bijelo Polje

+382 50 432 219


+382 33 461 510


+382 51 234 828


+382 30 346 141


+382 52 323 114


+382 30 373 128


+382 50 470 133


+382 30 413 225


+382 52 361 318


In Montenegro there are three mobile phone operators 

Telenor (069), T-mobile (067) i M:tel (068).



Customer Service: 1118




Customer Service: 1500




Customer Service: 1600


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