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Montenegro is a country in the Balkans, on the Adriatic Sea, and is a state in the southeastern part of Europe. Montenegro shares borders with Serbia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Albania.
Visa and Immigration Procedures to Montenegro
Nationals of many countries can enter Montenegro for up to 90 days without a visa, although some countries, like the EU countries are only permitted a 30-day visa-free visit to Montenegro. Travelers planning to stay in Montenegro longer than 90 days (30 days for residents of some countries) will need to apply for a temporary residence from the Montenegro police department.
Things/Items Allowed into Montenegro
Visitors can import 200 individual cigarettes or 50 cigars, 1 liter of alcoholic drink and 1 liter of spirits and 4 liters of non-sparkling wine.
Things/Items Forbidden out of Montenegro
• Throwing Blades
• Wooden and Woven Items • Food
Things/Items Forbidden into Montenegro
• Drugs, Opium and Other Narcotics
• Wild Animals
Voice of Travelers to Montenegro
Flight with Montenegro Airlines
I am a frequent flyer on Montenegro Airlines and I am always very satisfied with their service and the cheap price of the ticket. The plane I flew on was an Embraer 195 and it was in perfect condition both inside and out. The cabin interior is always clean, fresh and comfortable. Also their onboard service is of a very high level too. The flight crew is always willing to help, smiling and very, very polite. For frequent flyers, Montenegro Airlines offers a mileage reward scheme and a free drink. I've always found that Montenegro Airlines also offers one of the cheapest ticket prices in the region. As a frequent visitor of Montenegro I have visited many of its tourist attractions but for me the best is the beautiful peninsula of Sveti Stefan.
First time in Montenegro
I was flying from Copenhagen to Budva in Montenegro with Scandinavian Airlines. The flight was very smooth and comfortable and the service was perfect. The flight crew were very helpful, doing their best to make you feel at home, and they're a perfect welcome to Montenegro. The seats are the best I have experienced on an aircraft, plus they have option to turn into a full flat bed. The plane on the journey to Montenegro was an Airbus A330, and it was practically brand-new so everything was just perfect. During my two week stay in Montenegro I spent most of my time on the beach enjoying myself, but I also loved my visit to Stari Grad in Budva.
Montenegro Travelers' Frequently Asked Questions
Q. What are the best places to visit in Montenegro?
A. Some popular locations to visit in Montenegro include Stari Bar and history museum, Tara Canyon, Durmitor National Park, Njegos Mausoleum and the Nipa Caves. Entrances fees and tickets are fairly cheap in Montenegro.
Montenegro - Direct Flights to Major Airports
Airports handling direct flights to Podgorica Airport • Flughafen Zürich (Zürich Airport)
• Istanbul Ataturk Airport
• Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport
• Budapest Airport
• Václav Havel Airport Prague
Airports handling direct flights to Tivat Airport • Oslo Airport, Gardermoen
• Sheremetyevo International Airport
• Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport
• Heathrow Airport
Flight Routes to Montenegro
Podgorica Airport is Montenegro's main international airport. Montenegro Airlines is the national airline operating direct flights to many European countries such as Russia, the UK, Austria, Germany, Italy and Turkey.