DESTINATION - MONTENEGRO

Montenegro, the pearl of the Mediterranean, country unique in many ways, is situated in the south of the Adriatic. Bordered by the clear sea, covered with white rocks, sunlit by the Mediterranean sun, Montenegro is one of the last European oases where you can escape from the dynamic rhythm of civilization and relax by the sound of the waves or mountain winds and feel the intoxicating scents of picturesque vegetation. Nowhere else can you find so much natural wealth, beauty, mild beaches, clear lakes, fast rivers, and gorgeous mountains in such a compact area as in Montenegro. In the morning you can wake up along the beautiful Adriatic coast, have lunch on the banks of Skadar Lake, and enjoy an evening walk in the Montenegrin mountains. Montenegro cannot leave you indifferent.

WHERE IS MONTENEGRO?

Montenegro is located between 41º 52´-43º 42´ north latitude and 18º26´- 20 º 22´ east longitudes and belongs to the central Mediterranean that is Southern Europe. To the north it borders Serbia, to the southeast Kosovo and Albania, to the south it is separated from Italy by the Adriatic Sea and to the west it borders Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina. It covers only 13 812 km2 and has about 670,000 citizens. It is one of the most southern European states, adjacent to the southern Adriatic Sea. About 500 km from Rome; 1,500 km from Paris, and Berlin; and about 2,000 km west from Moscow; Montenegro lies on the Balkan Peninsula in the very heart of Europe.

HOW TO GET THERE?

You can get to Montenegro by all the means of transport at any time and in every season by land, sea or air, by plane, boat, yacht, train, bicycle, car. It takes only two hours to get to Montenegro from most of the European capitals. There are two international airports – in Podgorica (12 km from the city) and Tivat (4 km from the city centre). Total length of the roads in Montenegro is 5,277 km. The roads are good and the sea and high mountains are connected by the Adriatic road .In Montenegro there is no highway, but construction of the highway should start very soon.
Passenger and freight ferries regularly operate on the lines Bar-Bari and Bar-Ancona. The ports of Bar, Budva, Kotor and Herceg-Novi have a status of ports for international traffic. For the most beautiful and largest yachts (to 150 meters long) there is Porto Montenegro in Tivat which is a marina with comprehensive services. On 13 September 1908 the first railroad engine arrived from Bar to Virpazar and that day is considered the Day of Association.
Total length of the railroad in Montenegro is 335.46 km. This network connects Montenegro with Serbia and Albania. The most important railroad is Bar-Belgrade which is important for the economy of Montenegro, Serbia and Europe. It brings tourists from Serbia, Albania, Hungary, Czech Republic and Russia.

COSTAL REGION

The 293 km long coast cherishes the spirit of Mediterranean with its stone walkways, six cities of ancient civilizations, botanical gardens with plants brought by the sailors from different parts of the world, carnival parades and fiestas throughout the whole year. Beaches are famous for their beauty, for being different, and for their curative effects. In summer time the cost is the centre of entertainment and cultural events, musical and film events and international competitions. 117 beaches are lined along the entire coast – sandy, pebble and rocky… We will mention only the well-known beach in Becici, which was proclaimed the most beautiful beach in Europe back in 1936 in Paris. Lord Byron and Bernard Shaw have been thrilled by the Montenegrin coast, members of royal families such as the English princesses Margaret and the former Italian king Umberto II of Savoy, Spanish princesses have visited it, famous film stars such as Sophia Loren, Elizabeth Taylor and Kirk Douglas, and the most beautiful women in the world, such as Doris Day, Claudia Schiffer, and Catherine Zeta Jones have strolled along its stone tiled streets.

MONTENEGRO EXPIRIENCE

Address

Head Quarters: Fab Live d.o.o. Tre canne- Donji Bulevar bb,

Country & Town: 85310 Budva, Montenegro

Contact Info

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Phone: +382 33 681 555

Phone 2: +382 33 473 281

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