Montenegro Holidays


Montenegro Holidays

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Montenegro Travel Information

Direct flights depart from London and Manchester to Tivat (close to the popular town of Kotor) and from London to the capital, Podgorica.

Alternatively, the drive from Dubrovnik in neighbouring Croatia is around two hours – though it’s best to factor in waiting time at the border!

  • Currency: Euro
  • Time difference: GMT +1 or GMT +2 (during Daylight Savings Time)
  • Flight time from the UK: around 3 hours
  • Visa: UK passport holders can stay up to 90 days without a visa
  • Language: Montenegrin, although English is widely spoken
  • Getting around: we recommend hiring a car as the best way to explore the country with ease
  • Weather: along the coast expect a Mediterranean climate with average summer temperatures between 25 – 30 degrees Celsius. The best time to visit is between April and September

Montenegro Travel Guide

Montenegro Activities

From the coast to the mountains, Montenegro is bursting with outdoor activities and adventures. Explore the cobalt-blue waters of the Bay of Kotor on a serene boat ride or travel further along the shoreline to Budva, your best bet for watersports and buzzing nightlife. Hike to the top of Sveti Ivan Fortress or head inland to one of the forested national parks for more challenging trails and white water rafting opportunities. Or slow things down with a train ride between Bar, Prodgorica and the Serbian capital Belgrade – picturesque views guaranteed.

Montenegro Food & Drink

Food in Montenegro is fresh and flavoursome and draws influence from both the Mediterranean and the Balkans with local ingredients pulled from land and sea. Italian staples tend to dominate the menus in many of the popular coastal towns, but you’ll also find traditional cevabdzinicas, grilled meat shops, as well as local konobas serving grilled kebabs, cabbage stuffed with mince and Turkish-inspired burek (pastry filled delights). Coffee is a staple, as is the strong fruit spirit, rakija – stick to local wine and beer to avoid a sore head in the morning!

Montenegro Attractions

Attractions in Montenegro range from natural splendours to cultural wonders. In the heart of the country is Durmitor National Park, home to the 1,300-metre deep Tara River Canyon – the second deepest in the world behind the Grand Canyon – and in the remotest areas, wolves and bears! On the border with Albania, you’ll find Skadar Lake, the largest in the Balkans and a hotspot for birdwatchers, while the 17th century, white-washed Ostrog Monastery is literally carved into the cliffside and is one of the holiest sites in the country for Orthodox Christians.

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