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About Montenegro

About Montenegro

Carrying the title of one of the smallest countries in Europe, Montenegro has become one of the favorite travel destinations in recent years and all with a very good reason. 

Montenegro is one of the most beautiful countries in the world with an abundance of natural, historic and cultural gems and treasures to explore.

Being the seventh country in the world with the largest number of UNESCO protected areas per square meter, Montenegro is a home to deepest canyon in Europe and the second in the world – Tara River Canyon, the longest sand beach of the Old Continent – Ulcinj, southernmost fjord in Europe and one of the most beautiful bays in the world – the Bay of Kotor. 

Still not convinced? Here are some of the reasons to visit and experiences to seek while in Montenegro


Diverse and Magnificent Nature, In a Day

Having in mind that Montenegro is so small that it even represents an extreme inconvenience for cartographers, the abundance of natural diversity you can find with each move you make it is absolutely incredible.

Skadar Lake National Park is known paradise for birdwatching, moreover, this is a place where you can see the Dalmatian pelicans – the only surviving pelican species in all of Europe. 

Despite the incredible water abundance, more than 40% of Montenegro is rugged by forest carpets and Montenegro is home to one of the three remaining rainforests in Europe located in the Biogradska Gora National Park.

On the other hand, The Tara River Canyon at Durmitor National Park has a depth of 1300 meters and is the longest and deepest canyon in all of Europe.

And yet the beaches…. Whether a sand in Budva, pebbles in Kotor, or long ocean-like beaches in Ulcinj, which ever you desire you will find in Montengro and simply fall in love with it and the crystal clear turquoise sea.


Favorable Geographical Position

Due to its favorable geographical position and great transport connections with the rest of Europe, Montenegro can be reached very quickly from the largest European markets. 


Rich in History and Culture

Being at the edge of east and west, Montenegro has a great legacy of history and culture that has existed ever since the 6th century. Nowadays, you can witness numerous different civilizations colliding and crashing on Montenegrin soil. 

Numberless of powers fighting over the centuries over this small country  made this country immensely proud of its rich and rebellious history.

Just take a walk in the old towns, admire ancient Illirian castles or Venetian walls and you could inhale a piece of history. 

Superior Cuisine

Is it possible to visit Montenegro and not enjoy the food? Not a chance. Diverse nature and the influence of Turkish, Austrian, Hungarian and Italian cuisine left a mark on Montenegrin gastronomy. You can feel amazing tastes from seasonal fish and seafood in the south to cheese, meat and the prosciutto in the north.

And whatever you prefer will be fresh and tasty. Simple and timeless, right?


Continuous Economic Growth

Montenegro has an international business environment that is open and business-friendly.

Since regaining its independence in 2006, Montenegro has made a long way in social and economic development, reinforced its position as the economically most developed country of the Western Balkans. Its security and prosperity have facilitated with EU and NATO integration.
The comparative advantages in tourism, agriculture and renewable Energy sectors are the backbone of economy and its further development is one of the government’s top priorities.

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