September 28, 2018 - Since the beginning of the week, up to 160 fires have occurred in Podgorica, as reported by the Commander of the Protection Service in the capital, Andrija Čađenović, who pointed out that the fires in Bioce are still active.
September 28, 2018 - Ana Nives Radovic, director of Tourism Organization of Kotor, is the most successful woman in Montenegro this year. At the ceremony at the hotel Regent Porto Montenegro, she received the prestigious Veuve Clicquot Business Woman Award for 2018, as reported by MNE Magazine.
September 28, 2018 - Within the celebration of the European Heritage Days 2018 in Montenegro, the Maritime Museum in Kotor organizes a photo exhibition to present how Boka Bay looked at the beginning of the 20th century.
September 28, 2018 - During October, Kotor's Cinema Boka will screen numerous movies from different European countries, being one of 11 Montenegrin cities where the "Days of European Film 2018" is organized.
September 27, 2018 - "Let's leave something to our children", "Skolj is our sanctity", "Stop building", "We will not give away Skolj", "Budva people are tied to Skolj". These messages were printed on the transparencies worn by citizens of Budva who gathered in front of the Old Town in protest against the announced urbanization of the island of St. Nikola.
September 27, 2018 - For the European Heritage Days 2018, which this year takes place under the slogan "Art of Sharing", the Budva National Library marked the exhibition "The Mediterranean Arch of Krsto Ivanovic" by the author, Mr. Božena Jelušić. The President of the Council of the National Library Budva, dr. Predrag Zenović, opened the exhibition about Krsto Ivanović (Budva, 1628 - Venice, 1688), the writer and chronicler of Budva and the Venetian theater and it can be seen over the next 10 days.
September 27, 2018 - In the next three days, the audience in Bar will have the opportunity to enjoy the free screenings of contemporary Italian movies, which talk about the issues facing modern Italy comically.
September 26, 2018 - Kotor can boast one of the more touristic offers for tourism of special interest. Enough to be interested, in just 40 minutes you can achieve a rock climb of about 200 meters above the sea. Via Ferrata has arrived from the Alps and Dolomites to Boka Bay.