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Start making plans for this summer and make sure Montenegro is on the list!

Start making plans for this summer and make sure Montenegro is on the list!

Montenegro is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the Balkans. The newly independent state of Montenegro is one of the fastest growing tourist economies in the world. Well hidden between Balkan countries ( Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Serbia, Albania, Kosovo) and the Adriatic Sea it has much to offer as a tourist destination…. READ MORE

Montenegro still coronavirus-free

Montenegro still coronavirus-free

Schools are closed, as well as hospitality businesses and shopping malls. They also closed play rooms for children and betting shops. Their border crossings. All foreigners are prohibited from entering the country. They landed planes, suspended international road and rail traffic. They introduced bans on all public gatherings. All Montenegro nationals who came from abroad… READ MORE

Aman Sveti Stefan one of the top five hotels for art lovers

Aman Sveti Stefan one of the top five hotels for art lovers

“Heads up, art lovers,” says Sean Newsom in The Sunday Times. This July, the exclusive hotel Aman Sveti Stefan in Montenegro is hosting an “eye-catching” art exhibition, featuring works from the most important world artist Pablo Picasso. The visitors will have the opportunity to admire also the works from Joan Miro, Marc Chagall, Andy Warhol… READ MORE

Eco-community in Bandici to be built

Eco-community in Bandici to be built

An eco-community housing project will be built in Bandici, a community between Podgorica and Danilovgrad, which will have about 1,400 residential units and 7,000 inhabitants, the Montenegrin Solidary State Housing Development Fund director Danilo Popovic told Pobjeda. The value of this project is €250m. This would be the first community of this kind established in… READ MORE

Han: 2025. ambitious, but realistic goal

Han: 2025. ambitious, but realistic goal

European Commissioner for Enlargement Johannes Hahn believes that the year 2025, as a date for the possible reception of individual candidates from the Balkans is ambitious, but a realistic goal. “The president of the European Commission has stated, for some candidates, 2025 as a possible date of accession, which is realistic, although ambitious,” Han said… READ MORE

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