It’s gorgeous. It’s unique. It’s magic. It’s Montenegro. If you're looking for an extraordinary locale to add to your travel bucket list, you couldn’t find anywhere better - a place where stunning mountains, crystal clear waters and medieval villages dance in perfect sync.

What’s so special about Montenegro?
This tiny country along the Adriatic Sea has it all… and then some. Get incredible access to pristine coasts, old-world marvels, striking mountains, and natural wonders like caves that look as though they were formed in another world. It’s also a brilliant place to experience Balkan culture first-hand: an electric mix of creativity, food, and community.

things to know
about Montenegro

  • Population: 620,000+
  • Capital: Podgorica
  • Currency: Euro
  • Major airports: Tivat and Podgorica
  • Language: Montenegrin
  • Timezone: CEST
  • Fun facts: There are a whopping 117 beaches on Montenegro’s coastline! You’ll also discover the world’s oldest olive tree in this historic place, which has seen over 2,000 years of history.


Montenegro is one of the smallest countries in Europe, possessing a fascinating culture that has been passed down through generations. Maintaining close relationships with family and friends is everything to the people here, who are known for their world-class hospitality and generosity. You’re in for a very warm welcome when you visit.

As testament to their rich history, Montenegrins are additionally fond of the arts. In fact, one of their nineteenth-century political leaders, Njegoš, is famous for having penned the country’s most-loved poem, The Mountain Wreath. Montenegrins are also big on celebrations, so if you venture here during an event or festival, expect an exhilarating atmosphere to greet you.


73km of coastline lies sandwiched between fortified cities and azure waters across Montenegro. There are a million ways to explore its beaches and bays, from taking a cruise in the Bay of Kotor, a UNESCO World Heritage site, to visiting the Sveti Stefan peninsula for sparkling views of unequaled beauty.


Some beautiful national parks bejewel Montenegro’s countryside. Lovćen National Park is one of the most popular – home to Mount Lovćen, after which the country was named. Elsewhere, the largest variety of butterflies in Europe is said to live in Durmitor National Park, while at Lake Skadar, you can admire hundreds of different birds flying over blue waters.



The capital of Montenegro, Podgorica, is a very old place on the Morača River founded by the Romans. Surrounded by heritage sites and heavenly scenery – and filled with museums, galleries, and theaters, along with a majestic old town – there are ample ways to familiarize yourself with Montenegro throughout the ages, here. For lazy afternoons in the sun, the park around King Nicola’s Residency is a particular delight.


Coastal Kotor is a hidden gem, at the heart of which is an old town famous for its medieval architecture and winding streets. If old-world attractions are your thing, make your way up to Kotor Fortress while you’re in the area – a staggering structure based on the cliffs overlooking the bay. What’s more, you won’t be short of great restaurants, bars, and shops while exploring this part of the country… and when you’re done with dry land, you have the wonderful waters of the Bay of Kotor to explore, too.


The charming town of Budva is one of the oldest settlements in the country. Situated on the Adriatic Sea, it’s famed for its sandy stretches, clear water, and relaxed atmosphere. Besides its beaches, Budva’s old town is its main landmark, where Venetian-style architecture decorates every corner. For the best sunset views around, head up to the city walls, where you can watch both the sea and cityscape get painted in hues of pink and gold.


Ulcinj looks like it sprung up from nature. With buildings bursting out of hillsides and reflected in the waters of the Adriatic, there’s no better place to get to know Montenegro’s wild and urban sides at the same time. Ulcinj’s extraordinary history is one you’ll want to get to know, too… did you know it was home to pirates about 450 years ago?


In the foothills of Mount Ostrog is one of the most important Orthodox Christian pilgrimage sites in the world: the 10th-century Ostrog Monastery. Destroyed and rebuilt several times over the centuries – with some parts of it built, incredibly, into caves – the beauty of this site lies mostly in its details, such as the colorful mosaics that adorn its walls.


Montenegro Coast

Montenegro’s coastline is one of the best in the Mediterranean, celebrated for its clean beaches, unspoiled nature, and range of interesting places to see close by. One of the most popular sights here is the Bay of Kotor, a gorgeous place characterized by its UNESCO-stamped old town and sensational fortress… along with, of course, the sparkling waters of the bay itself: a dazzling swathe of sapphire waves.

Montenegro Central

This region is home to Podgorica, as well as several landscapes that will add ample variety to your trip. Alternate between discovering its many national parks, pristine lakes and more along with diving into the capital’s collection of museums and galleries, before toasting to the end of each perfect day with a glass of Montenegrin red wine. It’s never been easier to write your dream itinerary.

Montenegro North

Northern Montenegro is a beautiful place… and a thrilling one, too. With plenty of parks to explore – including the oldest national park, Biogradska Gora – it’s a great place for hiking, though it also includes some marvelous cultural landmarks, like the historic town of Kolašin and many monasteries and castles.

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