A compelling mix of towering mountains, historic towns and craggy Adriatic coastline, this small former Yugoslavian country offers the full range of attractions.

Here you can climb peaks like Bobotov Kuk, check out ancient religious buildings like Ostrog Monastery and Đurđevi Stupovi and stroll the streets of beguiling towns like Cetinje and Kotor. Factor in great food and excellent beaches and you can see what makes a Montenegro travel adventure such a tempting prospect.

Language: Montenegrin, Serbian, Bosnian, Albanian, Croatian
Currency: Euro
Electricity: 230V
Visas: Click here to see if you need a visa to enter Montenegro.
Dialing Code: +382
Time Zone: (GMT+01:00)

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What To Pack?

A camera - With pretty towns and picture postcard landscapes aplenty, you won't be short of things to point a camera at in Montenegro.

Shades & sunblock - De rigueur items in this part of the world, particularly if you visit in summer.

Deck shoes - Montenegro is a popular stop-off for mega yachts, so if you want to quaff gin and mingle with the yachties at glitzy Porto Montenegro then get ready to rock the deck shoes!

An adapter plug - Montenegro operates on the standard European voltage of 230V, with the usual 2-pin power plugs to match. Bring a travel adapter, and a step-down transformer for any of your 110V appliances.

A beach towel - With crystal clear Adriatic waters, a multitude of dazzling beaches and that Mediterranean climate, it'd be a shame not to do a good stint on the sand here. Pack your trusty towel!

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