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Flights between Luxembourg and Montenegro will start on 1 April

Flights between Luxembourg and Montenegro will start on 1 April

On 1 April, Luxembourg’s flag carrier will make the first flight between Luxembourg and Podgorica. The price of a plane ticket will amount to €149, including all taxes, the President of the Cultural Informative Center of Montenegro to Luxembourg, Ms Fetija Kalač, noted following the meeting with the Luxair’s Chief Executive Officer, Mr Gilles Feith,… READ MORE

Entry into Montenegro is allowed for everyone

Entry into Montenegro is allowed for everyone

The ban on interurban travel on weekends is to be abolished in Montenegro, and the entry into the state will be allowed without the obligation of testing for coronavirus, as announced at the press conference of the Montenegrin Ministry of Health and the Public Health Institute. Entry into Montenegro is allowed to all without special… READ MORE

Luxembourg’s flag carrier Luxair will launch flights to Podgorica on February 12, 2021

Luxembourg’s flag carrier Luxair will launch flights to Podgorica on February 12, 2021

Luxembourg’s national carrier Luxair, will start flying to Podgorica this February, and plans to expand operations over the coming year. The company stresses that flights to Podgorica and Tivat will be their priority in 2021, the Ex-Yu Aviation News reported. This airline has upgraded its service to Podgorica to year-round operations, and is going to… READ MORE

Conde Nast Traveler: Montenegro first on the list of TOP holiday destinations in 2021

Conde Nast Traveler: Montenegro first on the list of TOP holiday destinations in 2021

The world famous travel magazine Conde Nast Traveler in its online edition has included Montenegro in the list of the 18 most beautiful holiday destinations in 2021. Conde Nast Traveler’s digital photography editor, Sophie Knight, has chosen Montenegro for her first trip next year. “I want to swim in huge untouched lakes, to hike in… READ MORE

Revenues from submarrine cable exceed €7 million

Revenues from submarrine cable exceed €7 million

Montenegrin Electricity Distribution System revenues totaled €37.306.530 in nine months, which represents a 20% decrease on the same period of 2019. When it comes to the undersea cable, Distribution system made a profit of €3.8 million from the allocation of cross-border capacities.     Total revenues exceed €7 million. During the coronavirus pandemic, Montenegrin Electricity… READ MORE

The National Coordination Body eases measures referring to entrance to Montenegro from the countries in the region

The National Coordination Body eases measures referring to entrance to Montenegro from the countries in the region

The National Coordination Body for Communicable Diseases decided to mitigate the conditions on entry to Montenegro for residents of the region countries and our citizens who briefly travel to one of the neighbouring countries, in accordance with the epidemiological situation in the surrounding countries. From countries in the region with negative PCR, negative IgM test… READ MORE

Tivat: from a small port to the best example of growth

Tivat: from a small port to the best example of growth

Tivat is the promoter of new tourism values, but not only that – it also promotes overall European values. From a small port, a dormant seaside town, to a town that can serve as an example of all other regions in Montenegro, said president of Montenegro, Mr Milo Đukanović, during his visit to this municipality…. READ MORE

Montenegro is leader in the EU accession process

Montenegro is leader in the EU accession process

European Union has a clear interest in stability and progress of Montenegro and the region, it was stated at today’ meeting between Montenegro’s Prime Minister Mr Duško Marković and President of the European Council Mr Charles Michel. “Montenegro is the leader in the accession process!” Mr Michel congratulated Montenegro on opening the last negotiating chapter… READ MORE

Montenegro on EU’s “safe list”

Montenegro on EU’s “safe list”

The EU has named 14 countries whose citizens are considered “safe” to be let in from July 1, despite the pandemic, including Serbia and Montenegro. The list currently features Algeria, Australia, Canada, Georgia, Japan, Montenegro, Morocco, New Zealand, Rwanda, Serbia, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia and Uruguay. The United States, Brazil and Russia, where the coronavirus… READ MORE