Travel guide

The depths of the“Black Mountains“.

While Croatia is now in the grip of almost mass tourism, Montenegro, with its similar terrain and landscape, remains a little more serene. From the balcony of your room in the Danilovgrad region, you can explore the mountains and admire the view of the pilgrimage routes, then enjoy the coastline, Sveti Stefan and its magnificent hotels with their feet in the sand, before discovering the fabulous Lake Skadar, the largest lake on the Balkan Peninsula. We sometimes go as far as the Gulf of Kotor, to say hello to our neighbors.

Time difference





Telephone prefix


How do you say...

Some words and expressions in the language

  • Good morning / Good evening = Dobro jutro / Dobro ve?e
  • How are you? = Kako ste ?
  • Fine, thank you, and you? = Dobro, hvala
  • I understand/ I don’t understand = Razumem / Ne razumem
  • Sorry = Oprostite, molim vas
  • Goodbye = Dovi?enja
  • Welcome = Dobro došli
  • Thank you very much = Hvala (puno)
  • Excuse me/Please = Izvinite
  • My name is… = Zovem se…
  • No thanks = Ne hvala
  • Yes/No = Da / Ne
  • You’re welcome / Please = Nema na?emu

Key figures

Area: 13 812 km²

632 261 inhabitants (2011)


Up-to-date vaccinations :

  • DTPolio
  • MMR

Preventive vaccination against hepatitis A and B may be recommended, as well as against typhoid fever and meningococcal disease, depending on the length and conditions of your stay.

Depending on the destination and length of stay, preventive vaccination against Central European tick-borne encephalitis may be advisable (for stays in rural or forested areas).


Citizens of European Union countries do not need a visa for stays of less than 90 days. A valid national identity card is sufficient for stays of less than 30 days. Beyond that, a passport is required.