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Montenegro opens its borders in the first days of June

Montenegro opens its borders in the first days of June

Montenegro’s Prime Minister, Mr Duško Marković, annunced that Montenegro officially became the European corona-free destination. “Next week, a limited number of people will be allowed to attend sport events. Kindergartens, pre-school institutions, cinemas and theaters will be open”, PM said. Mr Marković announced opening borders with countries which “meet adequate epidemic criteria”. “Right now, these… READ MORE

Montenegrin economy will grow at 5% rate in 2021

Montenegrin economy will grow at 5% rate in 2021

According to the latest forecast report of the Vienna Institute for the International Economic Studies (WIIW), Montenegrin economy will contract by 8%, due to heavy reliance on tourism. The report forecasts that Montenegrin economy will strengthen by 5% next year. Croatia is expected to face the greatest real GDP contraction. (11%). Croatia is followed by… READ MORE

“Africa Twin Tours” – Destination Balkans

“Africa Twin Tours” – Destination Balkans

Honda offers a new opportunity for owners of Africa Twin to participate in the new Honda Adventure Road. The first edition of “Africa Twin Tours” entitled “Balkans Destination” is scheduled for period of six days – from 13 to 18 April 2020. The passionate owners of the Honda maxienduro will go to explore a little-known… READ MORE

Vueling launching new service from Dubrovnik to Paris

Vueling launching new service from Dubrovnik to Paris

Vueling in summer 2020 season is adding service between France and Croatia, as the airline schedules Paris CDG – Dubrovnik route. It becomes the fifth airline to fly between Paris and Dubrovnik, joining Air France, Croatia Airlines, Transavia and EasyJet. From 30 March 2020 Airbus A320 aircraft operates this route twice weekly every Monday and… READ MORE

Airports in the region handled a record 29.8 million passengers

Airports in the region handled a record 29.8 million passengers

Airports across the former Yugoslavia handled a record 29.8 million passengers in 2019. For a second consecutive year, ten airports managed to welcome over one million travellers. Belgrade processed the largest number of new passengers, adding over half a million, and saw the biggest percentage growth among capital city airports. Airport Passengers 2019 Passengers 2018… READ MORE

Montenegro on the list of most popular destinations 2019

Montenegro on the list of most popular destinations 2019

Indian edition of Business Insider ranked our contry number 15 on the list of 15 hottest destinations that the ultra-rich plan to visit this year, along with Egypt, Seychelles, Japan, Iceland, Bhutan, Rwanda, France, Great Britain and the Sultanate of Oman, reported Pobjeda daily. “Lesser-known than neighbors Croatia and Greece, the tiny slice of Adriatic… READ MORE

LOT puts greater focus on EX-YU market

LOT puts greater focus on EX-YU market

LOT Polish Airlines will continue to grow its operations to the former Yugoslavia this summer by adding one new route to its network, as well as increasing frequencies and capacity on a number of existing services. Furthermore, the airline has identified the Balkan region as an important market for its future development. The Polish national… READ MORE