Frequent question: How many airports has Montenegro?

Where do you fly into for Montenegro?

Montenegro has two of its own international airports – Podgorica in the capital city and Tivat on the coast, in the Bay of Kotor. You can also fly into Dubrovnik’s international airport, Cilipi, which is just a half hour drive from the Montenegrin border.

Is there an airport in Kotor Montenegro?

Tivat Airport is the closest airport to Kotor. It is just 10 minutes away. The distance between Tivat Airport and Kotor is about 8 km / 5 miles.

What’s the capital of Montenegro?

Where should you stay in Montenegro?


  • Kotor Old town.
  • The bay of Kotor.
  • Things to do in Kotor bay and from there.
  • Durmitor National Park accommodation.
  • Things to do in Durmitor National park.
  • Lake Skadar accomodation.
  • Things to do in lake Skadar:
  • Budva.

How long does it take to get to Montenegro?

Useful information

Language: Serbian & Montenegrin
Currency: Euro
Time zone: GMT +1
Flight time: 3 hours
Airport code: TGD/TIV

What is Montenegro known for?

Montenegro is a famous tourist destination. The legendary English romantic poet Lord Bryon once described the country this way: ‘At the birth of the planet the most beautiful encounter between land and sea must have been on the Montenegrin coast’.

IT IS INTERESTING:  You asked: What is the story behind the Greece flag?

Is Montenegro a part of Croatia?

Croatia recognized the independence of Montenegro on June 12, 2006. Both countries established diplomatic relations on July 7, 2006. Croatia has an embassy in Podgorica and a Consulate-General in Kotor. Montenegro has an embassy in Zagreb.