June 26, 2018 - The authorities of Montenegro, Macedonia and Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) are in the process of finalizing plans to introduce a flight between Sarajevo and Skopje through Podgorica.
June 26, 2018 - Improving cooperation, particularly in the economic sphere, is the common interest of Montenegro and Morocco, it was assessed at the meeting between the Montenegrin Prime Minister Dusko Markovic and the President of the Moroccan Parliament House of Representatives, Habiba el Malki.
June 26, 2018 - RE / MAX, the real estate agency present in over 100 countries, started working in Montenegro this week. Kevin Buttigieg, CEO of RE / MAX Malta and founder of RE / MAX Montenegro, recognized the potential of the Montenegrin market and decided to bring Montenegro one of the most recognizable brands in the world, conveying the model and business experience of the most successful European franchise of this company.
June 26, 2018 - In the last week of June, the coasts of Montenegro, Greece, and Croatia will see colder weather, with lower temperatures and the northern wind 'bura'.
June 26, 2018 - Under the slogan "The Sea of Culture", the international art festival KotorArt 2018 begins on June 28. During the 47 festival days at numerous ambient locations in Kotor and across Boka Bay, more than 1500 artists from 33 countries will perform more than 250 programs - 51 main and over 200 accompanying programs. The program consists of four segments: XVII KotorArt Festival klapa Perast, XXVI KotorArt Kotor Festival of Children's Theater, XVII KotorArt Don Branko's Music Days and VIII KotorArt Square of the Philosophers.
June 26, 2018 - Herceg Novi experiences the highest growth in the number of registered guests in the city, with a 23% increase last weekend. The promotion of the city was done by participating in numerous tourism fairs, visits by global TV crews and popular bloggers.
June 26, 2018 - In many cities across former Yugoslavia, City Cafeteria (Gradska Kafana) was and still is one of the main informal institutions of social life. The cafeteria in hotel Mogren in Budva is the spot where people met, came to discuss local and global politics, hear the newest gossip, and is a place where Budvans go to meet their friends and relatives.
June 26, 2018 - Žlijebi is a completely preserved and typicHerzegovinianian village. This part of historical Herzegovina is known for their houses completely made of stone. Roofs, walls, terraces - everything was made out of the local stone from the local quarries - and everything was done by hand, extraction, carving, and construction works.
June 25, 2018 - The cultural heritage of a state and its cultural properties is the ground of national identity, assessed the former Director of the Management for the Protection of Cultural Properties, Anastasia Miranovic, in the document on the devastation of the monasteries Ostrog and Reževići, presented last year, chronologically describing the behavior of the Management in the attempts to protect this Montenegrin cultural treasure.