The Adriatic Fair in Budva opens the door to the 42nd Fair of furniture, household equipment, office space and interior design on Wednesday, April 11. The exhibition will be held until April 15, where visitors will have an opportunity to see companies engaged in the manufacture and trade of house furniture, stylish and classical furniture, garden furniture, interior design and custom-made furniture.
One of the best-equipped nightclubs and certainly the most attractive in this part of Europe, Maximus in Kotor has announced a sensational night of techno with The Advert. The famous DJ performance will be held on the 28th of April. The party is organized in cooperation with Subtera.
The massive potential of the Montenegrin mountains for the development of tourism is still mostly unused. The northern region extends from the mountain massifs of Maglić, Bioča and Volujak, through Durmitor, Sinjajevina, Bjelasica and Komovi, to the mountain chain of the Prokletije, and covers 2/3 of the territory of Montenegro, which offers excellent conditions for the development of ski tourism and all types of adventure and sports tourism. Still, some very attractive destinations move Montenegrin tourism to the north for half of the year.
If you happen to be in Montenegro, and more specifically in Tivat, from June 8-10, 2018, do not miss the first international summer carnival in the town!
TO Director Pavle Obradović said that the budget for the event is 10,000 euro, and part of the funds will be provided by the Municipality of Herceg Novi and representatives of the tourism industry.
Maestro Suđić said that his closeness to a space he felt "as his own" inspired him to be a selector of Bar's Summer Annual.
The Adriatic Fair announces the 36th Nautic Show from April 25th to 29th, as part of the trade fair in Budva. The fair of nautical equipment for sport, camping, and recreation is created to promote and support the development of nautical tourism with the affirmation of various segments of the maritime industry.
April 5, 2018 - Billboards are a dominant feature in daily life in Montenegro, perhaps more so than in any country in the region. Are they really necessary and/or effective?