The SMATSA has stated the modernization will meet all requirements and standards of the European regulations package known as “Single European Sky,” also implemented in Serbia and Montenegro
The Adriatic Fair in Budva, within the celebration of its significant jubilee half-century of successful work in showroom-commercial presentations, opened another fair yesterday: the international, traditional, and attractive 36th "Nautical Show“ – a fair of navigation, sports equipment, camping and recreation.
The documentation cites the beach will be created “by occupying/filling in part of the waters with materials from the area,” as well as that the new beach cannot cause negative effects on the environment
April 25, 2018 - Kotor has a long tradition of family restaurants and konobas. Local cuisine has always been very seasonally oriented - and while seafood and vegetable dishes dominate the summer months, cured, smoked and dry meats in various combinations are prepared during the colder winter months. The local cuisine does not lack in foreign influences and comes mainly from the Mediterranean basin.
Provisions in the Tourism and Catering Law cite that tourist guides need to have a company or be employed by a tourism agency represent a business barrier, prompting an exemption, it was rated by the Tourism and Catering Association of the Economy Chamber of Montenegro