June 13, 2018 - It is the most anticipated tourism opening of the summer, and things look very much on track for a July 14 opening as The Chedi Lustica Bay releases its latest video progress report.
TMN presents you with another time travel. This time, the Lovćen Film Documentary "On the Montenegrin Coast" (1950) takes us on a 20-minute trip from Ulcinj to Herceg Novi.
One more addition to Montenegro's growing luxury tourism story on June 9, 2018, as the quietest rally in the world announces Montenegro's participation in the 2019 Nikola Tesla EV Rally.
June 10, 2018 - The story about the love between the Orthodox woman and the Muslim nobleman buried under two tombstones next to each other - hers with a cross and his with a crescent - teaches us about the tolerance that could have existed in the past.
June 9, 2018 - Although rain is common in Montenegro in the winter, bad weather may unexpectedly hit in the middle of your summer vacation. While it is mostly nothing to worry about as the rain usually ends quickly (just have another cup of coffee), but on a day like today when a sky isn't looking too promising, what should you do? Here are some ideas.
"The Concierge" edition, published in collaboration with Regent Porto Montenegro Hotel, brings foreigners a detailed guide on Montenegro's natural and cultural sites, local gastronomy, and secret places to discover.
More positive international column inches for Luštica Bay ahead of the imminent opening of The Chedi Luštica Bay in a positive article on the development of luxury Montenegro in the Wall Street Journal on June 5, 2018.
Austro-Hungary was one of the largest and most influential empires in Europe, naturally as such their geopolitical reach was massive and it touched Southern-European countries as Montenegro. Also, Europe was very warlike and turbulent in the times of Austro-Hungary, and this is why many forts were built on the outer banks of the empire. This is a report that was made by Montenegrin user Jasko1111 on Reddit compiled of LiveJournal blogger photos by Aleksej Koimšidi. We must admit, most of these are pretty amazing.