Get ready for some of the most fabulous views you will stumble across. The mountains meet the sea and it is nothing short of spectacular. A great place to come and relax while you enjoy incredible views. There is some good hiking to be done as well.
Drinking water: Safe to drink from the tap
Plugs: Type C and F (See photo below)
Vaccination certificate or negative test result
**Make sure to triple check entry requirements well before departure as protocols are constantly changing**
Official currency: € Euro
Budget: Budget travelers can expect to pay around €30 per day and mid range travelers around €60 (depending on whether or not you’re splitting the cost of accommodation). Dorms go for €8 – €16 and 3 star hotels start out at €45. Steer clear of very touristy place and try to eat from locally owned restaurants.
Credit cards: Available at many hotels, larger restaurants and tourist spots but smaller towns and locally owned shops it is better to pay with cash
Tipping: Not expected but appreciated
NOT a Schengen state. 97 countries may enter visa free
**Always check with your government for the most up to date information on visa requirements.**
**Assuming you are current on routine vaccinations. Always check with your government for the most accurate and up to date information on required vaccinations specific to your home country**
Exercise Normal Precautions
**Always check with your government for the most accurate and up to date information on safety**
Official Languages: Montenegrin
Hello: Zdravo Goodbye: Doviđenja
Yes: Da No: Ne
Beer: Pivo Wine: Vino
When to go
The best time to travel Montenegro is considered June – September in terms of climate. October will start getting rainier and from November – March it will be cold and wet. April will start to get warmer and May marks the start of tourist season. July and August will be the busiest so book ahead of time if you can.
Spend locally! The cruise ships are taking over and tourists are pouring in and pushing local establishments out.