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Find out why this Adriatic stunner wins legions of new fans every year when you step off flights to Montenegro…
It’s a mere dot on the edge of the Adriatic, especially when compared to neighbouring Croatia (and Italy, just across the sea). But Montenegro’s popularity continues to soar. The beautiful town of Kotor, which lures cruises ships into its mountain-flanked bay like a mermaid calling to sailors, is an obvious attraction. Its medieval splendour and yacht-filled marina will not disappoint.
Close by is Tivat, the location of the coast’s international airport. You could happily spend a holiday here on the beaches and amid the sophisticated (and sun-drenched) grandeur of this coastal town.
Rich in history, dripping with romance and packed with great hotels, the tourist town of Budva is also nightlife central on the Montenegrin coast. The seaside towns of Becici and Petrovac also attract holidaying Europeans when the sun shines.
Fly to Montenegro and land at Tivat Airport (TIV) for the best of the coast, or touch down in the magnificent capital at Podgorica Airport (TGD). The beaches around Budva can also be accessed from Podgorica, though Tivat is a more convenient airport for beach breaks.
Direct London to Montenegro flights land at both Podgorica and Tivat (it’s usually cheaper to fly to Podgorica). Tivat can also be reached on direct flights from Manchester. Flights to Montenegro from UK airports take an average of three hours.
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This corner of the Balkans is not the easiest place to reach by air from the UK. However, we can help you find the flights you need...
Montenegro Airlines has a seasonal service that takes three hours to reach Tivat from London Gatwick. You can also reach the city with Air Serbia via Belgrade.
The capital of Podgorica, meanwhile, is served by connecting flights from the UK with Alitalia via Rome, Austrian Airlines via Vienna, and Air Serbia flights via Belgrade.
You can also consider crossing the border after flying into Croatia and the nearby airport of Dubrovnik, which is accessible from airports all over the UK.
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Land at Podgorica Airport and take a bus, hire a taxi or pick up a cheap hire car – comparing prices and pre-booking car hire in Montenegro with TravelSupermarket is likely to net significant savings on the walk-up rate.
The L-20 bus line runs between the airport and the city, delivering passengers at central stops in around 40 minutes for two euros. A taxi journey costs 10 to 15 euros. Alternatively, take a private and hotel shuttle service to the coastal resorts; it takes around 90 minutes to reach Budva from Podgorica.
Bus services run from Tivat Airport to Tivat (10 mins), Kotor (10 mins) and to other destinations, such as Budva (30 mins). Taxis are also available.
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