August 3, 2018 - In our new series, TMN shows how Montenegro has changed over the last decade. Here are my personal impressions of being a Tivat citizen witnessing big change.
August 3, 2018 - There are currently 9,653 tourists in Kotor, which is 13 percent more than in the same period last year.
"The largest number of tourists staying in Kotor come from Russia, Serbia, the UK, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Poland and France," said Dragana Samardzic, the promotional manager at Kotor's Tourist Organization, to Radio Skala.
August 3, 2018 - Montenegro and its natural beauties were again found on the pages of famous magazines. This time the wild beauty of our country has enchanted journalists from GQ magazine, which recommends their readers that this year they should avoid the popular French Saint-Tropez and choose Montenegro to go on a vacation.
Thanks to the festivals which made Nikšić recognizable in the recent years, as well as the better offer of accommodation capacities, the number of tourists in the town below Trebjesa is increasing year by year, according to the Director of Tourism Organization (TO) Dragica Popović.
The Montenegrin chef Vuksan Vuko Mitrović became an honorary member of the World Association of Wickets (WACS), and this is the biggest recognition in the world of gastronomy, which was given to him in Malaysia in mid-July, and consists of sword, sash and badge.