On this page, you can find all main information every tourist need to know before visit Montenegro.
From basic information about country of Montenegro (size, population, capital, beaches, peaks, lakes, political system, border lenght, etc etc etc) to information about VISAS for Montenegro.
Also, you can find useful phone numbers, public holidays, contacts data and links to some of very useful pages.
Montenegro border crossings:
- Croatia – Debeli Brijeg
- Bosnia and Herzegovina – Ilino Brdo, Šćepan Polje
- Serbia – Jabuka, Dobrakovo, Špiljani
- Kosovo – Kula
- Albania – Grnčar, Božaj, Sukobin
Bar, Budva, Kotor and Herceg Novi Find more …
Podgorica and Tivat (Cilipi – Croatia). Find more …
Montenegro Visa Regime:
Find out more at Visa Regimes page
Montenegro Car Insurance:
There is a mandatory insurance of all vehicles required with payments made at the border crossings. The green card is valid for the following countries: Albania, Andorra, Austria, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Greece, Croatia, the Netherlands, Ireland, Italy, Israel, Iran, Island, Cyprus, Latvia, Luxemburg, Hungary, Morocco, Malta, Macedonia, Moldavia, Germany, Norway, Portugal, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Tunisia, Turkey, Ukraine, Great Britain.
Residential tax (Montenegro):
Residential tax is an approximate amount which is being paid by the person that out of its place of residence is using the services of accommodation in an accommodation facility in which tourist or hotelier activity is taking place (in the further text: accommodation facility).
In the sense of the particle one of this article accommodation facilities are considered to be: hotel, motel, inn, tourist apartment, rest home, camp, mountain home, room for rent, and all other facilities which provide the services of accommodation. Foreign citizens pay residential tax under the same conditions (download full version of “The law on residential tax”).