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15 lifehacks for budget travellers
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Specially for you we have collected and put together useful tips to help you spend your holidays comfortably and not to go broke.1. Rent an apartment or even settle down for free Boring hotel rooms are unlikely to be able to convey the atmosphere of the place where you come to. Try to rent an apartment (airbnb.com), especially if you are traveling to a place on a more or less long term. You not only save your money, but also get the opportunity to mingle with the locals. Another great option - couchsurfing (couchsurfing.com). By registering on the site, you get an opportunity to settle down in the apartment for free, and in the future you will be able to take in your own guests.2. Flight from neighboring towns may help to save It’s usually cheaper to get to the major airport. Keep this in mind when selecting tickets: for example, if you decided to go to Nice, is likely to be easier and more profitable to fly to Milan, and then take a train.3. Do not forget about the low-cost airlines and airlines promotions Cheap tickets can occur at any time - for this you need to follow the suggestions of the airlines, for example by subscribing to their mailing list. Low-cost airlines are another opportunity to save on tickets,...

An unforgettable holiday in Montenegro
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 Not everyone tends to spend a vacation abroad, surrounded by snow-white beaches, expensive hotels, where the emerald sea splashes and everything is saturated with Western culture. Sometimes the soul requires a romantic, exotic holiday with a Slavic atmosphere. In this case, nothing meets the aspirations more than rest in the hospitable little Montenegro. This cozy place attracts connoisseurs of ecological and inexpensive rest. In addition, you can rest here for a month without issuing a visa.  Montenegro is a land of virgin nature, stunning mountain landscapes and picturesque plains, clear rivers and lakes, dense forests and ancient cities ... This country will remain in the heart of everyone who has ever visited it.  As a tourist destination Montenegro began to develop relatively recently, but has already gained great popularity. Thanks to its advantages combined with reasonable prices and high-quality, but unobtrusive service, the number of people who want to rest here is growing every year.  The locals are Slavic and friendly. They sympathize with the Russians, they understand the Russian language well, because the national language of Montenegro - Serbian-Croatian - has common Slavic roots with it.Accommodation...
Do not throw away Your airline boarding pass!
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Never throw away your boarding pass at the airport... And that is why! When you are already registered for the flight, then take care, of course, only of a passport and a boarding pass. But what do you do with it already after you let on board? Some people are so proud that they go abroad, without a second thought take pictures of "ticket" and the passport as a souvenir. Some, on the other hand, get rid of the boarding pass as soon as they find them "no longer needed" by throwing it in the trash.And they both make a very serious mistake. At a first sight, a boarding pass is just a piece of cardboard on which are written the passenger's name, flight number, destination, number of their place and gate to which you need to go for a boarding. So most people take pictures of it, post a picture on Facebook, and then throw "an unnecessary piece of paper" out in the trash.But haven’t you known that it’s not the way to do so?Forensic expert from the United States, Winston Krohn explains, each ticket has a bar code. And it contains personal information of the passenger, their name, home address, email address, phone number and sometimes your financial information! Of course, if the hacker is able to scan the barcode on your...

Holidays and festivals in autumn in Montenegro
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It’s believed by travelers that European countries are better to visit in summer. This is certainly so, but in autumn the coastal countries are also quite beautiful and there is what to do without doubt. Montenegro isn’t also exception in this respect, as this mountainous country on the Adriatic coast is interesting and good for tourists at this time of the year. After all, the sun still warms here, all historical, cultural and architectural sights stand on their place, but prices are significantly reduced and the number of holiday-makers is finally decreasing. Among other things, in autumn in Montenegro there are numerous events and celebrations devoted to seeing summer off and the coming of the harvest season. Often organized large-scale festivals, historical reproductions and fairs, where you can buy handmade items or try national food and dishes. All events in Montenegro are exclusively in the national style and in this article we will try to tell you about the most interesting, unusual and exciting of them that take place in the autumn period.   September. In September, a series of sports and cultural events are held in Montenegro, numerous creative evenings that show the country's culture, its achievements,...
Holidays and festivals in spring in Montenegro
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The beginning of such a beautiful time as spring is already a holiday. Someone once said that God created the universe in spring. Why not? For many people, the new year begins in spring. In this wonderful time, one wants to occupy themselves with adventures, to plunge into the new world, and there are a lot of amazing places and events that are held every spring on the Balkan Peninsula. This time of year is impossible to imagine without flowers, because they are one of the symbols of spring. In Montenegro, flowers are treated with special trepidation, many festivals and days dedicated to one or another flower. All events in Montenegro are held exclusively in the national style and in this article we will try to tell you about the most interesting, unusual and exciting of them that take place in spring.   March.Days of camellia (Kotor, Stoliv). The first such holiday, taking place in March in Kotor and Stoliv is Camellia Days. This is a local colorful holiday with a rich program, in which the central place belongs to camellia. These days, there are local events and a lot of concerts dedicated to the camellia flower, thematic installations are made, camellia exhibitions are organized, a camellia ball is organized, where...

Holidays and festivals in summer in Montenegro
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Holidays in the Balkan countries are of frequent occurrence and Montenegro isn’t an exception. The uniqueness and scale of the events are worthy attracting the attention of the inhabitants of this country on the coast of the Adriatic Sea and numerous tourists from all over the world. Ancient national traditions and customs find reflection, in various festival, events and festivities for tens or hundreds years, which from year to year continue to present pleasant surprises for both residents and guests of amazing Montenegro. They are based on religious events, favorite folk traditions, historical facts, victories and discoveries, national music and dances, natural phenomena during the change of seasons and many other things. Montenegrins are very cheerful people and literally every month there are numerous celebrations. Often organized large-scale festivals, flash mobs, historical reproductions and fairs, where you can buy handmade items or try national food and dishes. All events in Montenegro are exclusively in the national style and in this article we will try to tell you about the most interesting, unusual and exciting that take place in summer.   June.3 June - Day of declaration of independence of Montenegro. On...
Holidays and festivals in winter in Montenegro
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Among tourists, it is widely believed that it is better to visit European countries in summer. However, this does not apply to Montenegro, because this country is interesting and good for tourists in winter as well. After all, in winter time, all historical and architectural sights stand on their original place, while prices are significantly reduced, the influx of visitors comes down, and the climate pleases with its softness. Among other things, in winter in Montenegro there are numerous celebrations, holidays and events dedicated to winter. Large-scale festivals, flash mobs, historical reproductions and fairs, where you can buy handmade items or try national food, are often organized. All events in Montenegro are exclusively in the national style and in this article we will try to tell you about the most interesting, unusual and exciting that take place in winter.   December.Masliniada (Bar).  This event is an exhibition and tasting of olives, olive oil, as well as oranges, tangerines and other agro products growing in the coastal zone of Montenegro and especially in the Bar community. This event is of great importance, as tourists can enjoy tasting olives, home wine, various cheese and other products typical for...

Hotels and apartments in Montenegro
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 For Russian tourists Montenegro has become the most desirable resort destination in recent years. Every year more and more people come here to enjoy special beaches, stunning views and beauty, warm water of the Adriatic Sea. Of course, the first problem that arises before a tourist is where to stay? Here we solve this question: there are a lot of options for the time of vacation. Simple hotels are available for tourists at reasonable prices, as well as luxury villas and apartments.Prices for accommodation.  Montenegro hotels are attractive for visitors due to their affordability – prices here are lower than in hotels in Russian resorts, and the quality of services is at a high level. Prices for hotels in Montenegro with a sandy beach "all inclusive" have become a significant factor in favor of choosing this destination for recreation. For example, the room in the Obala Zelena 3 * hotel in Montenegro may cost 50-100 euros per night, and this is an average, not an exception. You can find more affordable prices.Hotels and Hostels in Montenegro. A lot of people are aimed for rest to the fullest, so they are looking for the best options of hotels offering high-quality service and food. These are mainly establishments...
Information centre (tourist centre) in Bar Obala 13.
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In the information centers of the city of Bar, visitors are offered free tourist maps of the cities of Montenegro, brochures and promotional materials about various tourist offers. Here you can also get necessary and useful information about services and services. Registration of arrival and departure of guests can be performed at all open points.

Information centre (tourist centre) in Igalo
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Information centre (tourist centre) in Kotor
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In the information centers of Kotor, travelers are offered free tourist maps of the cities of Montenegro, brochures and promotional materials on tourist destinations and offers in Montenegro. Here you can also get necessary and useful information about the services and services of Montenegro. Registration of arrival and departure of guests can be performed at all open points.
Instruction the tourist to Montenegro
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Instruction for tourists about Montenegro.General information:   The Republic of Montenegro is located in southeastern Europe on the Adriatic coast of the Balkan Peninsula The country is on the border with Croatia on the west, Bosnia and Herzegovina -on the northwest, Serbia - on the northeast, partially recognized Republic of Kosovo - on the east and Albania on the southeast. Independence Date: June 3, 2006 President: Filip Vujanovic The Prime Minister: Milo Djukanovic Area: 13,812 km² (155th in the world) Time: GMT + 1, slow from Moscow on 1 hour (2 hours in winter). Population: 622,218 people. (167th in the world); population density: 45 people / km² Capital: Podgorica The historic and cultural center is Cetinje Biggest towns: Podgorica, Niksic, Pljevlja, Bijelo Polje, Herceg Novi, Berane, Cetinje, Budva, Tivat, Kotor, Bar Official language: Montenegrin, many residents speak Russian not bad Population: Montenegrins (the majority), Serbs, Croats, Bosnians, Albanians, Roma Religion: Orthodox Christianity (the majority - 74.24%), Islam, Catholicism, Atheism Currency: Euro (€), commonly used credit cards. Foreigners may import and export an unlimited amount of foreign currency, provided that they are...

Interesting facts about Montenegro
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In this article we will tell you about the most interesting, unusual and surprising facts about Montenegro, about its historical sights and cultural monuments, about the life, traditions and customs of the local population and much more.   The name "Montenegro", as it is not hard to guess, came from the words "Black Mountain". The native name of the country that sounds like "Tsrna Gora" was first mentioned in 1296 in the decrees of King Uros I to the Serbian Orthodox bishopric. In the world, now the most common adaptive name is from the Venetian "Montana Negro" or "Montenegro" (from mons - "mountain" and niger - "black").   By area of occupied by territory, this small country in the Balkans is on the 155th place in the world (13.8 thousand km²).   The official and business capital of Montenegro is Podgorica. The city occupies 225 km² with a population of more than 135 thousand people and is actively developing in construction and tourism.   The population of the whole country (estimated in 2016) is 622,218 people, with a population density of 45 people / km². By this indicator, the country is on the 167th place in the world.   Montenegrins are the tallest nation in Europe. The average height of the...
Job in Montenegro
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Contents: 1. Work in Montenegro. Introduction. 2. Types of employment: Permanent work, Seasonal work, Temporary work, Freelance. 3. Specialists in demand in Montenegro. Popular professions and working conditions.  4. Popular cities for work. 5. Salary in Montenegro. 6. How to find a job in Montenegro? Search of vacancies without intermediaries. 7. Is it possible to get a job in the specialty? What skills are needed? 8. How to get a work permit? Types of work permit in Montenegro. Quota for the admission of foreigners in Montenegro. 9. The dangers of illegal work. 10. Business in Montenegro. 11. Publication of vacancies on our website   1. Work in Montenegro. Introduction. Montenegro is a small mountainous country with amazing nature, which is located on the Balkan Peninsula and is washed by the warm Adriatic Sea. In recent years, it has gained immense popularity with tourists from Russia, Belarus, Ukraine and other CIS countries. It is noteworthy that the annual number of tourists visiting Montenegro is several times more than the local population, which is about 650 thousand people. And this is not surprising. Warm sea, 73 kilometers of various beaches, pleasant climate, more than 200 sunny days a year,...

Mobile connection and internet in Montenegro
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During the information age, it is almost impossible to live and work without mobile and Internet communication: without it, you do not call your relatives and friends, do not send a resume to work, you cannot order pizza and even do not get to call for help. In an unfamiliar country during a holiday or on a business trip, the issue of communication is very acute, because roaming takes a lot of money. But you always want to be able to call someone or go online for relatively little money. When traveling to Montenegro, tourists are encouraged to purchase a local SIM card in order to be able not only to speak cheaply inside the country, but also pay less when calling their relatives. In Montenegro, at the moment, there are 3 main mobile operators and Internet service providers, who can easily choose the appropriate tariff for themselves. The cost and the set of services (mobile communication + Internet) are basically the same for all communication providers and vary on average from 10 to 30 euros for 30 days of use and depends on what service and set of functions you personally need.• Telenor (069) • T-Mobile (067) • M: Tel (068) The numbers indicated in parentheses next to the operator are the operator code. The...
Montenegro - country the size of a thimble...
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Hello, my name is Sasha and I am a resident of Omsk. About five years ago I happened to share a room in a hostel with three decent guys-Serbs. Then I felt the identity of a related Balkan culture, and now it so happened that in the process of searching for the "very" place, our family was in Montenegro and now we live here - in a country the size of a thimble. The area of the whole country is about 1/10 of the Omsk region, and the length of the land borders is 614 kilometers (!). Here live just over 600 thousand people, a quarter of whom live in the capital Podgorica. Not thick, is it? As a person who grew up in the north of the Omsk region, I am constantly struck by the way of living, full of life and abundance of flora and fauna. On such a small territory is concentrated an amazing variety of biomes: in the coniferous forests of the Northwest, in the ancient olive and chestnut groves of Skadar, among the waterfall, virgin canyons and sandy beaches are dwelt by mongooses, pelicans, flamingos, greasy carp and shiny snakes snaking by above mentioned. This list can be continued indefinitely. Throughout the whole territory of Montenegro, the buildings of the 9th, 11th and 13th centuries are scattered in small groups, all...

Montenegro yesterday, today, tomorrow... (foto)
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On this page we will publish photos of Montenegro of previous years, of today and what is going to be done in the future in Montenegro. Everything, that Montenegro has been living the past years, as photographs, paintings or sketches evidence. Everything new and interesting in different cities of Montenegro, that we have now. Everything, that is planning to build or remodel in Montenegro in the near future - roads, landmarks, new systems and structures, monuments and historic buildings. All this we will compare only on photos, because you see, sometimes it’s very interesting to see the past, present and future of a place or an object on one photo ... Pictures are mainly taken from the resource pastvu.com, but there are pictures, that we are sent by residents of Montenegro. If you also have old photos of Montenegro, then send them on our e-mail info@waytomonte.com and we will publish them on your behalf. Budva, Montenegro 1970-1980​ The Old Town of Budva, Montenegro 1970-1979​ Tivat Airport 1960​ The hotel "Avala" in Budva, 1987​ Bar, Montenegro 1910​ Becici, Municipality of Budva, Montenegro 1950​ Budva, Montenegro 1933​ Kotor Bay, Kotor, Montenegro 1910​ Tivat, Montenegro 1940​ Island of Sveti...
Must do things in Montenrgro!
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MUST DO THINGS IN MONTENRGRO!1. You should fly to Tivat and be surprised, that this tiny airport handing capacity can reach 60 planes per day.2. To visit any cafe and realized that "lemonade" it's not a sweet soda, but a freshly squeezed lemon juice with sugar and cold water.3. To drink coffee in Budva, near Old Town and looking at marina, remember that "marina" it's not a feminine name.4. To order the main national dish "Prshut" and understand that our balyk "Darnitskiy" in not worse.5. To rent a car and go to the grade one-lane earth-road without safety fence over linn of 500 meters. To find no place where to turn around. To drive through an oncoming car, hanging 2 wheels over the linn. To be born for the second time. To swear driving just over the official routes. Forswear. To swear one more time. To repeat.6. To visit Milocher, have a walk around the park, which was planted by the former Serbian Kings of the Karageorgevich. To understand that one can breathe the air and even "eat" it. To breathe the air of needles, eucalyptus and olives. To have a swim on "Kralichnij" beach. To realize that "kralya" is the queen.7. To reach flashy island of Sveti Stefan, to admire its beauty, than swarm up the road and decide that...

Panoramic route Krug Oko Korita
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Going along various panoramic routes of Montenegro, you will have a great opportunity to get acquainted with its amazing nature, incredible landscapes and interesting culture. One of such fascinating excursion tours passes through the wild nature and romantic mountains in the eastern part of the country, near the capital of Montenegro - Podgorica and the border with Albania.Panoramic route around the valley - Krug Oko Korita (circle around the valley), is the most popular and interesting car and hiking route in Montenegro. It passes through Podgorica, which is the capital of Montenegro; a village with the interesting name of Kucha; Canyon of Cievna, passing through Montenegro and Albania and the Prokletije mountain range. Time travel is within one day, and the total length of the proposed route is 65 kilometers. One of the most attractive and fascinating sights of this way is the gorge "Grlo Sokolovo". This canyon is one of the most interesting places of the route, which every tourist should certainly see. Other attractions include the monument to Novak Milosev and the observation deck next to it; the village of Kucka Korita, small settlements of Rudine and Rakovichi; the settlement of Fundin; the ancient city-fortress...
Parking in Montenegro - paid and free
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 In Montenegro, as in any other country, there are a large number of various types of Parking. They are located throughout the country, and especially in the large cities of the Central part of the country (Podgorica, Niksic, Cetinje, žabljak, kolašin), as well as in resort towns (Budva, Kotor, Tivat, Bar, Herceg Novi) on the coast of the Adriatic sea.

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 Every tourist, in preparation for the journey outside their home country, requires some knowledge about the place of the stay and rest. Montenegro in this regard is no exception, because on its territory there are also their own, sometimes specific rules of travel and leisure.

 What tourist should take to Montenegro? Addresses of tourist centers? How to save on travel? What must be done to try and Montenegro? How to get from the airport to any city in Montenegro? How not to overpay in a taxi? These and many other questions we try to answer try in fairly detail in this section.

 We sincerely hope that our article will be useful for you and help you avoid unpleasant moments, which tend to occur at the most inopportune time, as during preparation and the actual holiday. We wish you a pleasant stay, only positive emotions, bright pictures and unforgettable experience!
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