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Romance. If it was necessary to describe Montenegro in just one word, that would be it.

This nation provides an atmosphere that is one-part fascination, one-part exploration, and one-part drama to provide a backdrop for your next amazing holiday experience. You will not be disappointed if you make Montenegro your next destination.

The Ordinary Turns Extraordinary

What makes Montenegro such a magical destination is that it feels like you belong there from the moment you first step foot within this nation’s borders. A stroll down the street at sunset with everyone else in the community feels like something you should do every day. A faint scent of grilled squid fills the air, accompanied by the tinkle of wine glasses being used, for an experience that can only be described as paradise.

Where the Sea Embraces the Land

Montenegro only has about 100 kilometers of coastline, but it still manages to take your breath away every time you see it. The mountains loom over the waters in such a way that your neck will begin to cramp because you’re always looking upward to see their pristine beautiful. If you can tear yourself away from the view, numerous water sports and sunbathing experiences also await.

East Comes Together With the West

Since the split of the Roman Empire, Montenegro has been on the border of where the East comes together with the West. This fusion has allowed a unique culture to flourish, one that even embraced Communism while staying independent of the Eastern power block during its five decades of emphasis.

Montenegro is a place where you will feel satisfied if you spend a few hours experiencing what is offered, yet you could also stay here for weeks on end and never really feel satisfied. It may be small when compared to other nations, but there is no doubt about it. Montenegro offers perfection.

City A-Z

Bar

Beautiful Montenegro is always calling, which means a trip to Bar is in order if you plan to heed that call. It's large enough to provide you with all the amenities you'll need, but small enough that it doesn't lose its coastal charm. Here are some ideas for you to include on your itinerary if your travel plans bring you to this incredible community. St. George Cathedral Built in the 12th century, this cathedral is named after the city's patron saint. It's...

Dobra Voda

Dobra Voda provides you with the classic beach resort experience. With its half-moon bay and sheltered swimming area, you’ll find it to be the perfect place to enjoy some time in the warm sunshine. Wade out into the water, do a little snorkeling, or rest underneath an umbrella with your favorite cocktail in hand. The community is designed to help you make the most out of staying in one location during your holiday. You can lounge by a swimming pool...
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Podgorica, capital of Montenegro

Podgorica serves as the capital of Montenegro, which used to be part of the greater country of Yugoslavia before its break-up. When Yugoslavia was in its existence, the name of this city was actually Titograd. This city has a beautiful setting where the Moraca and Ribnica Rivers come together and the surrounding area is fertile agricultural land. Nearly 30% of the population of this country lives in this city, which literally means “living under the little hill.” Are you ready to...

Ulcinj

When visiting Montenegro, coastal Ulcinj must be near the top of your destination options. It is one of the oldest settlements along the Adriatic Coast, built originally around the 5th century BC. Over the years, it would be part of the Illyrian, Roman, and Byzantine cultures. There are several wonderful locations to see within easy reach when you stay in Ulcinj. The total length of Long Beach is 14km, making it one of the longest in all of Europe. The...

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How is the weather in Montenegro ?

Podgorica
clear sky
14.9 ° C
16 °
14 °
82 %
1.5kmh
0 %
Wed
26 °
Thu
21 °
Fri
23 °
Sat
24 °
Sun
25 °

When is public holidays in Montenegro ?

Below you can see a list of the public holidays / no working days.

DateEnglishLocal
1 JanuaryNew Year
2 JanuaryNew Year
6 JanuaryOrthodox ChristmasOrthodox holiday
7 JanuaryOrthodox ChristmasOrthodox holiday
8 JanuaryOrthodox ChristmasOrthodox holiday
VariesGood FridayRoman Catholic holiday
VariesEasterRoman Catholic holiday
VariesOrthodox Good FridayOrthodox holiday
VariesOrthodox EasterOrthodox holiday
VariesEid ul-FitrMuslim holiday
VariesEid al-AdhaMuslim holiday
VariesPesachJewish holiday
VariesYom KippurJewish holiday
1 MayLabour Day
2 MayLabour Day
21 MayIndependence Day
22 MayIndependence Day
13 JuliStatehood Day
14 JuliStatehood Day
1 NovemberAll Saints' DayRoman Catholic holiday
24 DecemberChristmas EveRoman Catholic holiday
25 DecemberChristmasRoman Catholic holiday
26 DecemberChristmasRoman Catholic holiday
In addition to the official state, other and religious holidays; many other religious, ethnic, and other traditional holidays populate the calendar.

Largest city in Montenegro

Below you can see a sortable list of the largest cities in the country

RankCityPop
1Podgorica136.473
2Nikšić58.212
3Pljevlja21.77
4Bijelo Polje15.883
5Cetinje15.137
6Bar13.719
7Herceg Novi12.739
8Berane11.776
9Budva10.918
10Ulcinj10.828

What is the capital of Montenegro

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Podgorica, capital of Montenegro

Podgorica serves as the capital of Montenegro, which used to be part of the greater country of Yugoslavia before its break-up. When Yugoslavia was in its existence, the name of this city was actually Titograd. This city has a beautiful setting where the Moraca and Ribnica Rivers come together and the surrounding area is fertile agricultural land. Nearly 30% of the population of this country lives in this city, which literally means “living under the little hill.” Are you ready to...