Independent travel to Montenegro

Independently to Montenegro

Independently to Montenegro

Diverse and beautiful Montenegro is one of the most affordable beach holiday options in the Balkans in particular and in Europe in general. Students and large families, romantic couples and respectable singles come here, because it is not easy to go to Montenegro on your own, but very simple!

Entry formalities

Despite the fact that in 2010 Montenegro acquired the official status of a candidate country for the European Union, a visa is not required for citizens of the Russian Federation entering here for up to 30 days. There is only one condition - the question about the purpose of the visit should be answered by "Tourism".
In theory, Montenegrin border guards may inquire about the availability of hotel reservations and sufficient funds for accommodation, but in practice they hardly do this..

Euro and spending

Going independently to Montenegro, you will have to stock up on euros. It is this currency that is officially circulated in the Balkan republic. Dollars can be easily exchanged at banks or special offices, which may be closed on weekends if business is not in the resort area.
Prices in Montenegro delight even the most modest travelers:

  • Hotels in Montenegro can be found both expensive and very budgetary, in which a double room will cost no more than 25 $ –30 $ per day..
  • You can dine or dine in Budva or Trat both in a good expensive restaurant and right on the street in small cafes. A plate of any national hot meat dish with vegetables will cost about 15 euros, risotto - from 6 to 12 euros, but a seafood masterpiece can cost 35-40 European rubles. A cup of coffee in a restaurant or cafe will cost you a couple of euros, and fifty cents more is a large piece of real Italian pizza that you can take with you.
  • It is not difficult to order any excursion in Montenegro on your own. A jeep ride through the national park will cost 85 euros, wine tasting on local plantations - 38 euros, and an evening cruise along the Bay of Kotor will cost fifty. Those who have Schengen will be able to visit neighboring Croatia for 50 euros, and lovers of natural beauty for the same price can ride along the canyons and lakes..

Valuable Tips

When choosing a hotel, consider your own preferences in terms of the daily routine and the environment. In the resorts of Montenegro, everything is located close and compact, and therefore, even if you stop in the city center, you can reach any objects within a few minutes of a leisurely walk. But silence at night in this case will be guaranteed, unlike hotels located in the very center of resort cities..


  • Independently to Montenegro
  • Independently to Montenegro