The southern European country, which is independent since 2006, is an upcoming tourist destination. Lonely Planet has recommended Montenegro as a travel destination in recent years. This is mainly due to the natural beauty of the high mountains in the northeast and the beaches in the southwest. As in most European countries, you can pay with the euro in Montenegro. Luckily, the prices are significantly lower.

The country has two airports that are used for commercial flights. Podgorica Airport lies close to the capital. Tivat Airport lies close to the Adriatic Sea.

Practical information about Montenegro:

Time zone: Central European Time +1
Currency: euro
National Day: 13 July
Airport: aеродром

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What are the busiest airports in Montenegro?

Airport IATA Passengers
Tivat Airport TIV 1,129,716
Podgorica Airport TGD 1,055,141 offers free airport information through its own websites and partners. The use of this data is only permitted for non-commercial purposes, provided that the source is mentioned. Use for commercial purposes requires permission from, see the disclaimer.