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Montenegro Travel Guide Before You Go

14 Jul 21


Montenegro is surely gifted with an overwhelming amount of beautiful sights to see. From captivating mountainscapes to beautiful beachside views– Montenegro might just be one of the fastest-growing popular destinations of 2021. Here is Holiday packages from Dubai (AFC Holidays) Ultimate Montenegro Travel Guide Before you Go.


ENGLISH is barely spoken in Montenegro

ENGLISH is barely spoken in Montenegro. However, there are locals who can speak Basic English in tourist centers. It would be smart to try and learn the basic local MONTENEGRIN language. This will be surely appreciated, another way to get around this is by downloading an offline translating app or dictionary. Lastly, keep spoken English simple and easy.

What Weather to Expect

What Weather to Expect

Montenegro enjoys FOUR SEASONS throughout the year as follows:

• Spring (March to June): Ave. 8°C to 23°C (48°F to 75°F)

• Summer (July to September): Ave. 16°C to 31°C (61°F to 88°F)

• Autumn (September to December): Ave. 10°C to 19 °C (49°F to 66°F)

• Winter (January to February): Ave. 1°C to 6°C (33°F to 42°F)

What kind of clothes to pack?

November: Umbrella/Raincoat/Rain Bag(Waterproof). Rainfalls due to season change. *Rainiest Month

March to June: Moderately cold temperatures, bring jackets

July-September: Bring appropriate sun protection products + sunglasses if necessary, Light cotton clothing

September-December: Moderately thick clothes/ jackets, jumpers/sweaters, and scarves

December-February: Wooly Clothes + Boots + Scarves + Gloves

All Seasons: Comfortable walking shoes.

Montenegro Religion

Montenegro Religion

PREDOMINANTLY ORTHODOX CHRISTIAN; Others: ISLAMIC, CATHOLIC, etc. With that in mind, tourists have to be mindful and observe respectful behaviors when in monasteries, churches, or other places of worship.


Montenegro Currency

EURO (EUR) - EUR is widely accepted in Montenegro.

Should you bargain?

Haggling and bargaining are not existing norms in Montenegro. However, this is still encouraged in case tourists are hiring an unmetered ride or a private car for the day.

Should you leave a tip?

Restaurants will not typically foot service charge on your bill. Hence, adding a 10% tip on top of your total would be definitely appreciated. Taxi Drivers would also appreciate small tokens of gratuity or simply rounding off your fare.

How much is a day in Montenegro?

Minimum EUR 85 or USD 100 per day or more depending on interest and choice of activity.

Power plugs and socket

Power plugs and socket in Montenegro

Montenegro uses Type C and F power plugs at 230 Volts and 50 Frequency. Bringing power plug adapters is advisable.

Getting Around

transportation are Buses

The most common forms of transportation are Buses. Fares can cost around 15 EUR at max. Additionally, there is little need for major railways or ride-hailing/sharing apps in Montenegro as it is a really small country.

Montenegro Travel Guide – The Checklist

Montenegro Travel Guide The Checklist

Need Internet Everywhere in Montenegro?

Tourists will commonly find local sim cards with ready network access at major airports like Podgorica Airport (Aerodrom Podgorica) or Tivat Airport (Aerodrom Tivat). There will also be SIM Cards available at official Chrogorski Telekom (Telekom Montenegro), Telenor, and m:tel stores or authorized dealers.

Firstly, present your passport upon purchase of a local SIM Card. Some of the more common options for example, include Crnogorski Telekom (Telekom Montenegro), Telenor Montenegro, and m:tel Montenegro. They can cost starting at 5 EUR

Montenegro Travel Guide to Bringing Medications

Prepare preferred over-the-counter medicines. Keep them in original containers with labels for easy identification. Firstly, try to only bring in small quantities or as necessary. A simple first aid can include i.e. Diarrhea medicines, antacids, antihistamines, motion sickness, cough drops, decongestants, pain and fever relief, mild laxatives, bandages, and small antiseptic solutions accordingly. Lastly, don’t forget your masks and preferred sanitizer.

Bring a doctor’s prescription for other prescriptions that you may have as needed. Similarly, check for the allowed amount of quantity depending on your stay.

Now that you’ve read this Montenegro Travel Guide

Now that you’ve read this Montenegro Travel Guide

Finally, you are officially ready to travel to Montenegro. Don’t forget that you’re always free to contact your AFC Representative if you have any more concerns before your departure! We wish you safe and happy travels!