May 23, 2018 – The early morning at the pjaca after a long holiday weekend (Montenegro Independence Day) is colored with lovely fresh green and red shades, and I’m going to see what my friend Damir has brought to Tivat today.
About 5,000 guests are in Herceg Novi currently, and new groups of tourists arrive every day at the main bus station where they are met with ongoing construction.
On Sunday, May 27th, the small town of Tivat will be visited by Manuel Barrueco, a superior musician who will perform at the Naval Heritage Collection Museum of Porto Montenegro.
The Tivat town quay, with the old three-masted Jadran ship in the background, looks as if it was designed for the spotlight with a painted seascape backdrop. It’s always nice to see and hear about something special going on there at night, and on Saturday, May 19th, the Tivat tourism organization brought the touching sounds of Argentinian tango to our local dance floor.
The citizens of Podgorica, but also the owners of bus companies, are not satisfied with the situation in the city traffic. Passengers complain about buses without air-conditioning and irregular lines, and some of the bus operators on the chaotic conditions on the streets.
One often hears that one Montenegrin, or even two, live outside its borders, said the Director of the Diaspora management, Predrag Mitrović.