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Can host for 5 daysLawyer, open-minded, traveller, animal lover, book lover, nature lover, alturist, pacifist 😊
based on 7 experiences
I spent two weeks in Montenegro not so long ago. Beautiful country, spent time exploring Kotor and Budva and took a day trip to Cetinje - the former capital of Montenegro.
Montenegro is perfectly safe. Everyone is very nice. I was on a sail boat and got off every evening when docked. Had the most fun at this bar in Hercig Novi where everyone sits on the wall. Lots of locals. They all speak English.
Itinerary: Kotor: 3 days Žabljak: 2 days Budva: 2 days Ulcinj: 2 days Safety: It's as safe as any place you go. Just use your common sense. Recommendations: Montenegro is so small but so nice and beautiful.
Itinerary: 2 days for Lake Skadar + Godinje 2 days in Budva 2 day in Kotor Safety: 100% safe Recommendations: Montenegro is one of the most underrated countries I've been to.
Itinerary: - 2 days in Kotor - 2 days in Budva - 1 day in Podgorica - 2 days in Ulcinj Safety: I felt safe and had no issues with going out during the day or evening. Recommendations: Montenegro is small but it's so diverse and beautiful.
I have visited Montenegro (Budva and Kotor) last year. I did most of the time in both cities take out food or delivery and it wasn't so pricey. To be honest Budva is just a place for a beach time, also visiting few quite nice spots and attractions. I expected so much more but there are just so much building and people. For me Kotor was everything. All the city, the atmosphere, the stunning views, the boat trip I did to the Lady of the Rocks. I fell in love and when someone ask me for advise which city to choose I always answer depending on what you search - if you want to lay on the beach all day-go in Budva. If you want to lose your breath from stunning views - go in Kotor. I also stayed in a place in Kotor with pool and in front of the sea, so yes I got time under the sun a lot but with less people.
I absolutely loved Montenegro, such a wonderful surprise! Especially the north of the country: Ostrog monastery, Durmitor national park with its glacial lakes, the Tara bridge and gorge... and Kotor, of course, Plus, I had one of the thickest and best hot chocolates of my life in Montenegro.
Yes, Montenegro is generally considered safe for solo female travelers. However, as with any destination, it is important to take the necessary precautions to ensure your safety. Be aware of your surroundings, avoid walking alone at night, and keep your valuables secure.
Yes, Montenegro is a great destination for solo travelers. It is a safe and welcoming country with friendly locals and stunning natural beauty. The country is also relatively small, making it easy to explore on your own. There are plenty of activities to enjoy, from hiking and biking to beach-going and sightseeing.
Montenegro can be expensive for solo travelers, depending on the type of activities and accommodations you choose. Accommodation prices can range from budget-friendly hostels to luxury resorts, and food and entertainment costs can also vary. However, Montenegro is generally considered to be a relatively affordable destination for solo travelers.
Depending on your nationality, you may need to obtain a visa before traveling to Montenegro. Check with your local embassy or consulate to find out what the requirements are for your country.
The official currency of Montenegro is the Euro. Make sure to have some cash on hand for small purchases and to exchange for local currency.
Montenegrin is the official language of Montenegro, but English is widely spoken in the tourist areas.
Montenegro has a Mediterranean climate, with hot, dry summers and mild, wet winters. Make sure to pack accordingly for the season you are visiting.
Montenegro is generally a safe country to visit, but it is always wise to take precautions when traveling. Be aware of your surroundings and keep your valuables secure.
The best time to travel to Montenegro is during the summer months of June, July, and August. The weather is warm and sunny, and the beaches are perfect for swimming and sunbathing.
Yes, Montenegro is generally considered safe to travel alone. However, as with any destination, it is important to exercise caution and be aware of your surroundings. Be sure to research the area you are visiting and take the necessary safety precautions.