a Land of Fairy tales and Breathtaking Wild Beauty

MONTENEGRO

Why Montenegro?
SMALL AND
DIVERSE

Extreme landscape diversity: canyons, karst, beaches, mountains, rivers, lakes…
 

RICH CULTURAL HERITAGE

Medieval towns and monuments, museums (Podgorica, Kotor, Budva…).

Montnegrin traditions and customs: food, wine, folklore…

UNSPOILED
NATURE

5 national parks including the most famous lake Skadar.

Diverse landscapes: soul-stirring mountains, captivating coastline, rivers and canyons, hills and plains, caves, islands, islets…

ACTIVE
HOLIDAYS

Sports: scuba diving, sailing, kayaking, hiking, skiing, paragliding, rafting…

Party: bars, clubs, festivals, amazing venues…

CLOSE TO EUROPE

By air: Frankfurt - 2.30 h, Munich - 2.30h, Vienna - 1.20h,  London - 2.40 h, Brussels - 2.20 h, Copenhagen - 3.50 h, Paris - 3.30 h, Zurich - 2.20 h, Istanbul - 1.50 h, Moscow - 3.50h

FACTS

  • Surface: 13,812 km²

  • Population: 622.000 

  • Independent since 2006

  • Non-EU state

  • Currency: Euro (since 2002)

  • Capital city: Podgorica

CITIES WORTH VISITING

  • Podgorica

  • Kotor

  • Budva

  • Perast

  • Sveti Stefan

  • Porto Montenegro

  • Tivat

  • Cetinje

  • Petrovac

  • Ostrog Monastery

NATIONAL TREASURES

  • Lake Skadar

  • Lipa Cave

  • Tara River Canyon in Durmitor National Park

  • Lovćen National Park

  • Piva Canyon

  • Ada

  • Prokletije

LIFE STYLE

  • SPA & Wellness

  • Culinary & Wines

  • Adrenalin Adventures and Hikes, Sports

  • Kotor Bay Cruises

  • History & Heritage