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Bus

  Bus – since Montenegro is a small, growing country, its capital (Podgorica), despite the fact that it’s the country’s largest city, has a population of just 150,000 residents. Incredibly, for those staying in downtown Podgorica, one can get by with walking to many relevant places in the area (including the Mall of Montenegro – […]

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TAXI

  TAXI – for those staying in the capital (Podgorica), taxis are probably the best way to get around, due to the limited public transportation (bus) services available there. Fares run at around €.40 per km (with total fare running at around €5, due to the relatively small size of Podgorica). Here are phone numbers […]

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About Montenegro

The former Yugoslavian republic of Montenegro gets its name from the Medieval era, when the Republic of Venice once controlled that country’s coastal areas and Italianized the local language’s name of the land (“Crna Gora” – which translates into “Monte Negro”, or “black mountain” in Italian). Of course, like other countries that face the Adriatic […]