ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT MONTENEGRO
Montenegro is certainly one of the most interesting places in the world. Rich in history and culture, and abounding in spectacular natural beauty, this destination epitomizes the unique and undiscovered.
It covers solely around 14.000 km2 and has only about 670.000 citizens, yet its natural splendor and contribution to the world cultural heritage is astounding.
Montenegro offers some of the most impressive scenery in Europe. World’s second deepest canyon, Mediterranean’s only fjord, largest lake on the Balkans and pelicans’ last natural asylum can all be found here.
Surface: 13, 812 km2
Population: 662 000
Bordering Countries: Serbia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Albania
Political system: Independent Republic since 13 July 2006
Currency : Euro
Economy: Agriculture (wheet, olives, vineyards), industry and tourism
Climate: Mediterranean on the coast and around Lake Skadar, sub-alpine in
Average temperatures: 25°C in July and 5°C in January
Sunny days: 240
Maximum sea temperature: 27°C
Length of coastline: 294 km
Beaches : 73 km
Longest beach: Velika Plaza in Ulcinj - 13 km of fine sand
National parks: Durmitor, Biogradska Gora, Lake Skadar, Lovcen, Prokletije
Highest peak: Bobotov Kuk - 2 522 m (Durmitor)
Largest lake : Lake Skadar - 391 km2
Deepest canyon: Tara - 1300 m
Traveling : Valid passport
Airlines : Montenegro Airlines, Adria Airways, JAT
International airports : Podgorica and Tivat
Flight time: 2h from most European centers
Ports: Bar, Budva, Kotor, Herceg Novi
ATM`s & cards:There are ATM machines in almost every city.
MasterCard, Maestro and Visa cards can be used for payment in many shops
and gas stations. Other cards are accepted in some of the Banks in
Mobile operators:067 Telecom// 069 Telenor// 068 M-Te l