You can get to Montenegro by all the means of transport at any time and in every season by land, sea or air, by plane, boat, yacht, train, bicycle, car...

Means of transport you are going to use are less important – once you get here, nothing is far away or inaccessible any more. Anything is possible – in the morning you can be on the top of the mountain, in the afternoon you can sail on the lake and in the end of the day you can be on the sea shore.

 

By plane

If you are traveling to Montenegro by plane, there a few options. Montenegro has two airports: Podgorica and Tivat. www.montenegroairports.com
The Airport of Podgorica (TGD): +382 (0)20 444 240, 444 242, The Airport of Tivat (TIV): +382 (0)32 670 975
Another option would be to fly to Dubrovnik Airport(DBW), in Dubrovnik, Croatia.

- Airport of Tivat (TIV), 20 km away from Budva
- Airport of Podgorica (TGD), 60 km away from Budva
- Airport of Dubrovnik (DBV), Croatia, 80 km away from Budva

Regular airlines to Montenegro airports: Montenegro Airlines, Air Serbia, Adria Airways, Alitalia, Austrian Airlines, Ryanair,Turkish Airlines.
During the summer months, many airlines operate charter flights to Tivat and Podgorica.

Direct flights to Montenegro airports: Rome, London, Brussels, Paris, Vienna, Belgrade, Ljubljana, Istanbul, Frankfurt, Zurich, Moscow
Note: Connected flights to all destinations available

 

By boat

Passenger and freight ferries regularly operate on the line Bar-Bari. The ports of Bar, Budva, Kotor and Herceg-Novi have a status of ports for international traffic.

For the most beautiful and largest yachts (to 150 meters long) there is Porto Montenegro in Tivat which is a marina with comprehensive services.

Guide for Megayachts I Guide for sailboats and motor boats

 

By bus

Budva is very well connected by bus with cities within Montenegro and major cities in neighboring countries.

Bus local lines in Budva: The main bus station for the local town buses is located at Mediteranska St, at the roundabout in the town centre, directly opposite the cafe restaurant, “Perla”. The bus routes to Sveti Stefan and Petrovac are operated throughout the year, with the first departure being at 6 am and the last departure at 1:30 am. More information on following website www.budva.travel/bus

 

By car

The roads are good and the sea and high mountains are connected by the Adriatic road and the new road Risan-Žabljak. The fastest way to reach the sea from Podgorica is through the tunnel Sozina.

Total length of the roads in Montenegro is 5,277 km. In Montenegro there is no highway, but there are roads with three lanes on some sections. On the other side Montenegro has a significant number of tunnels and bridges on its roads. In 2006 tunnel Sozina significantly shortened the distance between the coast and hinterland. 

There are also plans for the construction of the highway Belgrade - Bar and construction of bridge across the strait Verige in the Bay of Kotor.

Panoramic roads around Montenegro

 

By train

The total length of the railroad in Montenegro is 335.46 km. This network connects Montenegro with Serbia. The most important railroad is Bar-Belgrade which is important for the economy of Montenegro, Serbia and Europe. 

Timetable of the local and international transportation can be found on the official web site of the Railroads of Montenegro JSC.

Time table: www.zcg-prevoz.me

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