11 Sep 2020, 14:08 PM
September 11, 2020 - Air Serbia has announced that it will introduce three additional return flights between Belgrade and Tivat by September 18 due to significant passenger interest.
A certain number of existing flights by the national airline of Serbia will continue to run, as announced today, with a different, larger-capacity aircraft, so that during the coming week, the total passenger capacity on the route will increase by 33 percent, to about 5,000 seats.
Air Serbia re-established air traffic with Montenegro, after a temporary suspension due to the coronavirus pandemic, on August 19, with flights from the Serbian capital to Tivat and Podgorica.
24 Aug 2020, 22:08 PM

August 24, 2020 - Since the opening of borders with the countries of the region on August 14, at three land border crossings to Montenegro in Herceg Novi - Debeli Brijeg, Sitnica, and Kobila, traffic has been about 20% of that for the comparable period last year.

Contrary to expectations, most traffic was at the Sitnica border crossing with Bosnia and Herzegovina, especially during the weekend. There were no significant traffic oscillations at the busiest crossing with Croatia, Debeli Brijeg, and the smaller Kobila crossing - with more than 22,500 passengers and almost 8,000 vehicles last weekend.

Since the opening of the borders, 33,626 passengers and 11,634 vehicles have crossed the Sitnica border crossing, 40% of traffic figures compared to last year. This border crossing is predominantly used by the citizens of Bosnia and Herzegovina, while the verification of documents and tests, depending on the number of vehicles, passengers, and time of day, takes between ten minutes to an hour or more.

As of August 15, 33,090 persons and 12,633 vehicles were registered at the Debeli Brijeg border crossing, which generated 20% of the turnover compared to the same period last year.

The least used was the Kobila border crossing, where 1,465 people and 671 vehicles entered/exited Montenegro, 90% lower than the same period last year.

According to the Border Police Department, passengers generally have the correct tests for COVID-19, so an unknown number of people have been turned back from the border crossings, not having been allowed to enter.

It is not pleasant to wait in a line of traffic in the heat, but if it is comforting, on many borders in the region and Europe, there is a wait of several hours. There are long queues at the Karavanke tunnel on the Slovenian border with Austria. Waiting to cross the border is from 6 am to 1 pm in vehicles, without food and water. This wait has been caused by the new regulation related to Covid-19, according to which every car entering Austria must be inspected.

Spource: Radio Jadran

23 Aug 2020, 15:00 PM
August 23, 2020 - Podgorica and Tivat airports will soon be refurbished and modernized to provide greater comfort for passengers, stated the Executive Director of Airports of Montenegro, Danilo Orlandić, adding that close to one million euros will be invested in the business.
The goal of modernizing airports is also to provide more funds from non-aviation revenues over time.
"Our priority was always the safety of passengers and aircraft. So our investments were focused on the modernization of equipment and technology. Now is the time to improve passenger comfort. The airports provide the first impression for every passenger who comes to Montenegro, and the fight for every guest has already begun," said Orlandić.
He recalled that no investments had been mae in the business lounges of either airport for a long time and that these must meet the expectations of the upmarket clientele for which they are intended.
Therefore, as announced by the company, approximately 400 thousand euros will be invested in the renovation of the VIP lounge at Podgorica Airport.
"According to the preliminary design, the business lounge is designed to use the height of the building itself, so it will take up space on the roof of the existing service block located in the central part of the departures area in the Terminal. The lounge will occupy a space of 135 square meters with about 50 seats," Orlandić explained.
Last year, the Airport's non-aviation revenues, including tax-free shops, restaurants, business premises, and advertising space, accounted for 8% of total revenue, or 4.7m euros out of of 35 million euros.
"Certain prerequisites are necessary to increase non-aviation revenues. The first is the size of the airports themselves. We cannot build a restaurant when there is no space in the passenger terminal, so we are pleased with the existing solution that will place it above the service bars," said Orlandić.
In time, as he announced, space will be made for some further additions to increase the diversity of what is offered to passengers.
The business lounge space will be accessed by staircase and elevator, and it will also be accessible for people with disabilities. The existing business lounge area will be turned into an additional useful space for the departures area of the Terminal.
At the Airport in Tivat, the refurbishment concerns the VIP lounge, the modernization of Terminal 1, the arrivals and departures hall, and the complete rebuilding of all toilets.
"Montenegro's focus on higher calibre tourists means comfort, convenience, and exclusivity. We cannot compete with the most modern European airports, but we can create a pleasant space with a decent range in terms of what products, advertisements, and interior space we offer passengers. Our customer service has followed European trends," said Orlandić.
He announced that the start of works could start in October this year.
The investment at Tivat Airport amounts to around 600 thousand euros. Reconstruction in Tivat includes the complete renovation of the VIP lounge and its expansion by 40 percent to make the seating area capacity 50.
The interior of Terminal 1 will be changed - electrical installations, 12 counter positions, lighting, air conditioning system, ceramics and retiling.
The ceilings, air conditioning, floors, passport control desks, and passenger waiting areas will be changed in the departure hall.
A complete reconstruction of all toilets at Tivat Airport is planned.
Orlandić recalled that the second terminal built in Tivat, being the most significant investment in the last 15 years, relieved the Airport of huge crowds in the summer months, and paid off half of the money invested in just a few months of operation.
He said that the night landing project in Tivat would be completed soon.
"Our advantage is that this company was among the best-performing in the country in terms of income until the beginning of the COVID-19 crisis. Some of that money will be "eaten up" by the biggest crisis in the history of aviation. Still, we certainly want to invest in the further development of the Airport and be ready to welcome the years of prosperity that will be ahead of us again," concluded Orlandić.
Source: MINA business 
21 Aug 2020, 17:01 PM

August 21, 2020 - Montenegro has resolved to restart the Bar-Bari route, on which it ceased operating in 2016. The procurement of a roll-on/roll-off passenger ship to run from Bar to Bari is on the unique list of priority infrastructure projects in the area of maritime transport and would allow Montenegro to restart its operations on the service, which is currently run by Croatian company Jadrolinija, Dnevne Novine writes.

Bar-Bari Service

The ferry connection with Italy started operating on 18th June 1965, and has run regularly ever since, except during sanctions. However, four years ago, Montenegro was left without the ship Sveti Stefan II, which had its classification removed by inspection company Bureau Veritas. The line was taken over by Croatia, whose Jadrolinija transports passengers on the route Bar-Dubrovnik-Bari.

However, as the Strategy for the Development of the Maritime Economy for the period from 2020 to 2030 states, Montenegro is planning to procure a new passenger ship in 2022.

"The Strategy for the Development of the Maritime Economy envisages support for the procurement of a "ro-ro" passenger ship for international maritime traffic and direct regular transport of goods and passengers between Montenegro and other countries in the region. The activity is part of the Action Plan and is foreseen for delivery in 2022," the strategy explains.




18 Aug 2020, 20:49 PM
August 18, 2020 - Montenegro Airlines and Air Serbia will fly again on the route Tivat - Belgrade, and Podgorica - Belgrade starting tomorrow, Wednesday, August 19,
The more favorable epidemiological situation in Montenegro and the region has allowed the opening of borders with the surrounding countries, allowing the first plane to leave tomorrow morning from Podgorica airport to Belgrade at 7:30 AM.
Due to significant public interest, Airports of Montenegro has announced flight schedules for Wednesday, August 19.
Montenegro Airlines:
TV - BGD 08: 00h, BGD - TV 10: 20h
TV - BGD 16: 20h, BGD - TV 18: 40h
Air Serbia
BGD - TV 08: 05h, TV - BGD 18: 40h
BGD - TV 18: 05h, BGD - TV 18: 40h
The Airport appeals to travelers to check the dates and flights of these and other routes on the website and the airline's website.
Montenegro Airlines:
PG - BGD 07: 30h, BGD - PG 09: 40h
PG - BGD 18: 00h, BGD - PG 20: 10h
Air Serbia
BGD - PG 07: 55h, for Belgrade at 08: 30h
15 Aug 2020, 14:54 PM

August 15, 2020 - Director of Tivat Airport Radovan Marić expects that if Aeroflot cancels flights to Tivat, it will redirect its Montenegro flights to one of its low cost companies.

He said that in the past 30 days, 899 passengers travelled by light aircraft between Belgrade and Tivat, of which the majority, around 750, travelled to Montenegro.

During this period, 246 passengers travelled by light aircraft between Russia and Tivat, most of whom were also arriving in Montenegro.

Low-cost airlines

"I believe, although I have no confirmation, that traffic between Russia and Montenegro will be redirected through one of the subsidiaries of the Russian national airline, i.e. one of Aeroflot’s low cost companies, most likely Pobeda, which would take over flights to Tivat," said Marić.

He stated that the establishment of the route between Montenegro and Russia also depends on the political relations between Montenegro and Russia.

"In general, I think that the traffic between Montenegro and Russia could be feasible," Marić said.

Some media outlets, after the NKT’s decision to open the borders for Russia, claimed that Aeroflot had completely cancelled all flights on the route from Moscow to Tivat for this year, which had been suspended since mid-March when NKT closed the borders for Russian citizens. This was denied yesterday by the Russian airline’s office in Belgrade.

"The Russian market is extremely well-disposed towards us. People from Russia have both small and larger businesses in Montenegro, and there is a long-standing tradition of coming from Russia to Montenegro. The Russians have certainly not forgotten Montenegro," Marić said.


Source: Pobjeda



13 Aug 2020, 10:38 AM
August 13, 2020 - The Russian national airline Aeroflot announced yesterday that it would be cancelling all regular traffic on its routes from Moscow to Tivat this year. The flights had been suspended since mid-March, following a temporary ban by the National Coordination Body on regular air traffic at Montenegrin airports.
Even after the opening of airports in Tivat and Podgorica at the end of May, air traffic with Russia continued to be suspended, in spite of the fact that the NKT had recently placed Russia on its non-quarantine list.
Aeroflot's decision to cancel the entirety of its planned traffic from Moscow to Tivat for this year came yesterday as an additional "cold shower" on the hopes of Montenegrin tourist envoys that in August and during the post-season in September and October, something could be saved from this year's catastrophically bad tourist season.
According to unofficial information received by "Vijesti" from sources close to the management of the Airport of Montenegro, Russian airlines had hinted to them recently that due to a ban from the Government in Moscow, none of them would be flying to Montenegro at all in the foreseeable future.
On the other hand, the Russian government is ready to allow Montenegro Airlines to fly on routes from Tivat to Moscow and St. Petersburg, even though neither of the companies will in fact operate between the two countries. This "final word" provides little solace for Montenegrin tourism, considering the Russian market is by far the largest in terms of numbers. Russians have so far come to Montenegro almost exclusively by plane.
Aeroflot, alongside Montenegro Airlines, was the only so-called legacy carrier (national airline) flying to Tivat throughout the year. The company was one of the leading business partners of Montenegro's Airports in terms of the number of passengers transported and the operations of its planes at local airports. The Russian national airline officially announced that it would restart the Moscow-Tivat route only at the beginning of the next IATA season at the end of March next year. However, it is uncertain whether Aeroflot will return to Tivat at all. The company intends to focus on the premium long-haul market as part of its extensive restructuring program due to the coronavirus crisis. In contrast, part of its medium-haul lines and corresponding fleet will be left to its subsidiary Rossiya Airlines and low-cost carrier Pobeda.
10 Aug 2020, 14:14 PM
August 10, 2020 - The National Tourist Organization of Montenegro has organized a study visit by German journalist and writer Matthias Koeffler, who is preparing a tourist guide about Montenegro in German.
During the two-week visit, the journalist visited some of the most attractive tourist sites in Podgorica, Cetinje, Budva, Bar, Ulcinj, and the Bay of Kotor. He also visited the north of Montenegro, Žabljak and national parks, to present through his guide what Montenegro has to offer in terms of active nature holidays, which are always of specific interest to the German tourist market. In addition to natural wonders, Kofler will present Montenegro's cultural sights with a particular emphasis on museums.
The publishing group Reise Know-How, for which Kofler is preparing a tourist guide about Montenegro, is the leading independent publisher of tourist books in Germany. Since 1981, Reise Know-How has published travel guides for over a hundred world tourist destinations, including Bali, Majorca, Thailand, USA, and others.
The study visit of the German journalist was carried out with the support of local tourist organizations from Bar, Budva, Cetinje, Ulcinj, Kotor, Tivat, Zabljak, and Podgorica and Public Enterprize "National Parks of Montenegro".
Matthias Koeffler and his wife Marija, a professional photographer, stayed in Tivat last week. The host, TO Tivat, organized a tour of the Solila Nature Reserve, the Buća Luković Summer House, Porto Montenegro nautical resort, and the Great City Park. Pleased with what they saw, the guests pointed out that Tivat has excellent potential for combining natural and cultural heritage.
"The main cultural point in Tivat is certainly the medieval summer house in the city center, and Tivat can be proud of its natural heritage. It is the combination of cultural sights and natural beauties that is an attraction, "Koeffler said in an interview with Radio Tivat.
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Matthias and Maria Koeffler on Solila, Photo by Zora Krstović, Radio Tivat
After visiting the nautical resort "Porto Montenegro," Koeffler said that it is evident that care was taken to follow the Mediterranean style during the construction, which is why the resort looks beautiful. Although beautiful, it is not particularly interesting in itself. However, when we look at the history of that locality where there are two intertwining stories - the story of the former Arsenal shipyard and today's marina - Porto can be seen as an attraction.
"By visiting Solila, we concluded that Tivat has significant natural potential, from which a lot can be made. Solila is a nature reserve, which should be promoted for tourism," said Koeffler.
The guests from Germany were particularly impressed in Tivat by the Great City Park, whose history dates back to its founding in 1892. As the most extensive horticultural garden on the eastern Adriatic coast, with a large number of exotic species brought by sailors from travels around the world, the Great City Park, according to German experts, merits being found in all promotional materials about Tivat.
The author of the guide and his wife were truly fascinated by what they saw and experienced in Montenegro.
"The tourist guide, a promotional publication in which all Montenegrin cities will be presented, is essential for gaining tourist interest and presenting specific destinations," they pointed out.
Impressed by Montenegro as a country of beautiful nature, the Koeffler couple pointed out that German tourists emphasize sustainable tourism, which fits into the strategy of the Tourist Organization of Tivat, which has launched the Green Destinations program.
"This is a strong attraction for German tourists because there is a link between bathing and active tourism, hiking, mountaineering, and cycling," Koeffler explained.
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Matthias Koeffler in Buća-Luković, Photo by Zora Krstović, Radio Tivat 
The combination of nature, culture, and history is unique, which attracts the attention of tourists, so it is expected that the tourist guide will draw particular attention to the German market and bring more German guests to Montenegro.
"The target group of the tourist guide is individual guests who choose the destination themselves, and the focus is on natural and cultural goods. They are interested in culture, art, as well as national parks and active tourism. I bring together information in the guide for them to put together a route of their choice. It is crucial to put culture in focus and connect it with history so that guests get to know and understand Montenegro better. "
Especially exciting and impressive, said Koeffler, is the train journey from Bar and Kolasin. It will be particularly interesting for German tourists because they are real romantics, Koeffler pointed out, noting that similar examples should be promoted more.
The German couple were also delighted by Montenegrin cuisine, and they especially liked the Priganice.
A tourist guide about Montenegro in German will be available in bookstores, publishing houses, tourist offices, and fairs in all German-speaking countries. In the 300-page manual, Koeffler will present attractions from all cities, and the publication will be published in the spring of 2021.
Source: Radio Tivat, Share Montenegro
05 Aug 2020, 18:10 PM

August 6, 2020 - Montenegro opened its borders to Russian citizens two days ago, with the company Airports of Montenegro sending welcome messages on social networks, and the media announcing that the first planes from Moscow will fly to Tivat on August 10 - "Vijesti" writes.

On July 27, the Government of Russia passed a decision on the re-establishment of international air traffic, establishing the conditions for entry for foreigners onto the territory of the country. The first official information regarding flights to Turkey and Great Britain has been published. Although there is no official information, the media also write that airline tickets from Moscow to Tivat are on offer, starting on August 10. Judging by these data, Montenegro could expect the first guests from Russia in less than a week - unless they are deterred from visiting Montenegro by the obligation to have a PCR test when they return home.

The National Coordination Body for Infectious Diseases (NKT) decided to open the borders and allow entry to Montenegro without additional conditions for citizens of the Russian Federation and Azerbaijan at its session on Monday. After the meeting, just before midnight, they announced that the tourist economy's operational headquarters proposed those countries for the "green list," which means that their residents can enter Montenegro without additional conditions.

"Considering the epidemiological situation in the countries around us, the reliability and relevance of available data, as well as the needs of our tourism economy and the national interests of Montenegro, the NKT assessed that there are no obstacles to liberalizing entry for Russian and Azerbaijani citizens," the NKT said after the session.

Yesterday, the Institute of Public Health (IPH) did not respond to "Vijesti" regarding the criteria for opening the borders for Russia and Azerbaijan, and why the Republic of Serbia is not yet on the yellow or green list. According to the data from those countries, Russia has 127.2 active cases of coronavirus per 100,000 inhabitants, Azerbaijan 40.49, while in Serbia, the rate is 138.91. For comparison, there are 228.41 infected people per 100,000 inhabitants in Montenegro.

Reporting that Montenegro had opened its borders to Russian citizens, and that they could enter Montenegro without having to meet any conditions, the portal stated that "the only obstacle is the lack of flights that were canceled at the end of March due to the COVID-19 pandemic."

"However, flight connections could be re-established in the coming days. As announced on August 1, the Russian government is considering lifting the flight ban for all international destinations within ten days, and Aeroflot is already selling tickets to Tivat from August 10," announced.

Flights from Russia have not been confirmed at airports in Podgorica and Tivat, and there is no official information regarding the flights on the website of Airports of Montenegro.

Source: Vijesti,

25 Jul 2020, 17:27 PM
July 25, 2020 - Airports of Montenegro have published a list of current flights running to Podgorica and Tivat airports, recently reduced due to the coronavirus pandemic.


Montenegro Airlines: Zurich - Podgorica - Zurich
Montenegro Airlines: Ljubljana - Podgorica - Ljubljana
Montenegro Airlines: Paris - Podgorica - Paris
Montenegro Airlines: Lyon - Podgorica - Lyon
Turkish Airlines: Istanbul - Podgorica - Istanbul
Ryanair: Berlin - Podgorica - Berlin
Ryanair: Krakow - Podgorica - Krakow
Ryanair: Poznan - Podgorica - Poznan
Ryanair: Wrocław - Podgorica - Wrocław
Ryanair: Dublin - Podgorica - Dublin
Ryanair: Brussels - Podgorica - Brussels
Ryanair: London - Podgorica - London
Ryanair: Barcelona - Podgorica - Barcelona
Ryanair: Stuttgart - Podgorica - Stuttgart
Wizz Air: Memmingen - Podgorica - Memmingen
Wizz Air: Katowice / Warsaw - Podgorica - Katowice / Warsaw
LOT Polish Airlines: Warsaw - Podgorica - Warsaw
LOT Polish Airlines: Poznan - Podgorica - Poznan


Montenegro Airlines: Hannover - Tivat - Hannover
Montenegro Airlines: London- Tivat - London
EuroWings: Dusseldorf - Tivat - Dusseldorf
Air company Jonika: Kiev - Tivat - Kiev
SkyUp Airlines: Kyiv - Tivat - Kiev
Ukraine International: Kyiv - Tivat - Kiev
LOT Polish Airlines: Warsaw - Tivat - Warsaw
Belavia - Minsk - Tivat - Minsk
The airports report that, due to the country's current epidemiological situation, the list of flights is subject to change.
Therefore passengers must regularly check their flight status with the airline - state Airports of Montenegro .
09 Jul 2020, 21:01 PM
July 9, 2020 - The Operational Headquarters for Monitoring the Epidemiological Situation in the Tourist Season has prepared an "Action Plan for monitoring and dealing with COVID-19 in tourists during their stay in Montenegro" as well as "Recommendations and instructions of the Institute of Public Health regarding the incidence of COVID-19," the Ministry of Sustainable Development and Tourism announced.
In addition representatives of the Ministry of Sustainable Development and Tourism, members of the Operational Staff for monitoring the epidemiological situation in the tourist season include representatives of the Institute of Public Health, Ministry of Health, Ministry of Finance, Chamber of Commerce, National Tourism Organization, Health Insurance Fund, Insurance Supervision Agency and Administration for Inspection.
Upon entry into Montenegro, each passenger will be registered by reading a barcode on a mobile phone. Data can alternatively be taken at the border crossing via a form if passengers do not have a mobile phone or have not registered via the application.
Upon entering the country, each foreign citizen will be given a leaflet containing:
• recommendations and instructions of the Institute of Public Health regarding COVID-19; a suggested course of action in case of symptoms; telephone numbers of health institutions      to be contacted
• Instructions on the use of the IT application and the legal obligation to register a stay within 24 hours.
Hotels and other accommodation facilities are obliged to designate a person in charge of contacting the competent health center/epidemiologist to report a suspicious case and receive instructions on the necessary procedures following the provisional recommendations for action and implementation of protection measures against COVID - 19.
If a tourist during his stay in Montenegro gets symptoms of COVID-19 and is confirmed positive, the procedure is as follows:
a) Procedure in case of a SEVERE CLINICAL PICTURE in tourists
• In case of a severe clinical picture that requires the urgent attention of health services, patients are accommodated in the Clinical Center of Montenegro; General hospital Bar, Nikšić or Berane, depending on the geographical position of the tourist at the time of symptoms
• The patient is transported by the Institute of Emergency Medicine/health centers. The organization of transportation is the responsibility of the Crisis Medical Staff.
b) Procedure in case of a MILDER CLINICAL PICTURE 
• If a tourist is a hotel guest- positive asymptomatic cases and cases with a milder clinical picture are placed in a separate part of the hotel, where they remain in self-isolation under health and sanitary measures until leaving Montenegro, or going home if a domestic tourist.
• If a tourist is a guest of a small hotel or registered private accommodation - positive asymptomatic cases and cases with a milder clinical picture must remain in their room in self-isolation under the measures of health and sanitary supervision until leaving  Montenegro, or going home if a domestic tourist
• If the individual in question (foreign or Montenegrin citizen) is the owner of the facility - positive asymptomatic cases and cases with a milder clinical picture remain in their facilities in self-isolation while under health and sanitary measures or until leaving Montenegro if the individual in question is a foreign citizen
• In cases where tourists do not adhere to the prescribed self-isolation measures, they are sent to quarantine under commercial conditions.
Treatment of identified contacts with COVID-19 patients
a) Contact with foreign tourists 
• If a foreign tourist is in contact with a patient with COVID-19, he should be placed in self-isolation in his accommodation until leaving Montenegro:
• If a tourist is in a hotel, they must  be accommodated in a specially separated part of the hotel, and remain in self-isolation under health and sanitary supervision measures until leaving Montenegro;
• If he is in a small hotel or registered private accommodation he must stay in his room in self-isolation under the rules of health and sanitary supervision until leaving Montenegro;
• If the foreign citizen is the owner of the facility, he must remain in the facility in self-isolation while under health and sanitary supervision measures or until they leave Montenegro.
• In cases where foreign tourists do not adhere to the prescribed self-isolation measures, they are sent to quarantine under commercial conditions.
b) Contact with domestic tourists 
• If a local tourist is a confirmed contact of a COVID-19 patient, he must be placed in self-isolation in his accommodation or institutional quarantine if there are no conditions for self-isolation.
c) Contact with tourism employees
• If a foreign worker is an identified contact - the employer should provide self-isolation for the employed foreign worker or proceed to institutional quarantine if there are no conditions for self-isolation at the expense of the state.
• If a domestic worker is an identified contact of a patient with COVID-19, he must be placed in self-isolation in his accommodation or institutional quarantine if there are no conditions for self-isolation at the expense of the state.
 Addressing the issue of covering the costs of isolation and treatment
The state bears the costs of treatment, self-isolation, and quarantine for all tourists.
The Ministry of Health and the Health Insurance Fund are obliged to prepare information on the payment method for medical expenses. For the costs of self-isolation and quarantine, the Government will allocate earmarked budget funds (Ministry of Finance and the Ministry of Sustainable Development and Tourism).
Safe transport of patients to their home countries
a) Contacts, patients with asymptomatic infection or mild clinical picture, who arrived in Montenegro by their own means of transportation, leave the country accompanied by the police to the border crossing.
b) Contacts, patients with asymptomatic infection or mild clinical picture, who arrived in Montenegro by other means of transport, leave the country either by:
• organizing their own transport to the country of origin;
• transportation organized by the Ministry of Sustainable Development and Tourism and NTOCG to the country of origin with the assistance of the Ministry of Transport, Montenegro Airlines, the Army of Montenegro, private airlines, MIA (car, bus, charter flight, helicopter). Tourists bear transport costs.


Montenegrin and foreign citizens entering Montenegro are obliged to adhere to these recommendations and instructions for 14 days from the day of crossing the state border as follows:
• It is necessary to maintain physical distance from other people (minimum 2 meters) and maintain hand hygiene. When staying indoors in public spaces, it is recommended to wear masks, scarves, or shawls covering the nose and mouth, especially for people over the age of 65 or for people with chronic diseases.
• Wash your hands as often as possible with warm soapy water or use a hand sanitizer that should be rubbed well into your palms. Avoid touching face, mouth, nose, and eyes.
• Large groups and public gatherings should be avoided.
• During business meetings, communication should be made with as few people as possible, maintaining a physical distance (minimum 2 meters) and using disinfectants. It is recommended to avoid unnecessary meetings.
• It is recommended to use contactless payment cards or online services.
1) If you are staying in a hotel:
In the case of acute respiratory infection (cough, gout, fever, shortness of breath, loss of smell, and taste), you are obliged to stay in the room and contact the hotel reception, which further follows the protocol and recommendations of the Institute of Public Health.
2) If you are staying in private accommodation:
In the case of acute respiratory infection (cough, gout, fever, shortness of breath, loss of smell, and taste), you must stay in the room and contact the owner/manager of private accommodation who informs the competent health center.
3) If you are staying in your own accommodation:
In case of symptoms of acute respiratory infection (cough, gout, fever, shortness of breath/difficulty breathing, loss of smell, and taste), you are obliged to stay in your accommodation and contact the competent health center.
• In case of sudden onset of severe, life-threatening symptoms, the individual is obliged to the emergency medical service.
More information on coronavirus disease and measures to reduce the risk of spreading COVID-19 is available on the IPH website Montenegrin and foreign citizens can request additional information and clarifications on info number 1616.
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