Montenegro’s tourist offer successfully promoted in Serbia

An interesting promotion of Montenegro’s tourist offer in Belgrade was organized on May 27th as a part of a regional roadshow campaign.

The event was hosted by Ana Tripković Marković, Director of the National Tourist Organization Montenegro in cooperation with the Embassy of Montenegro in Serbia, public enterprise Morsko Dobro and local tourist organizations.  


Ana Tripković Marković, Director of the National Tourist Organization Montenegro


As part of the same promotion, a children’s exhibition was staged on the topic of a holiday plan for children aged 7/14 at the Children’s Cultural Centre of the City of Belgrade. The exhibition was officially opened by the NTO Montenegro director, Ana Tripković Marković and DKC director, Dragan Marić.



Taking into account that, this year, the emphasis is on tourist safety, the representatives of the NTO Montenegro informed the visitors about the procedures for entering Montenegro and the health protocols that are implemented, following which they distributed promotional material.



Also, the representatives of local tourist organizations of Budva, Bar, Ulcinj, Tivat, Kotor, Podgorica, Kolašin, Žabljak and Pljevlja encouraged people from Serbia to come to Montenegro, after which they presented the latest novelties in their tourist offer and top destinations in their respective municipalities.



In the same evening, the National Tourist Organization Montenegro and Ana Tripković Marković, Director of NTO,  hosted a working dinner for Serbian media outlets at the Radisson Collection Old Mill Hotel in Belgrade. The event was attended by the Mayor of Tivat, Željko Komnenović, Speaker of the Municipal Assembly of Budva, Krsto Radović, Chairman of the Board of PE Morsko Dobro, Blažo Radjenović and Director of PE Morsko Dobro, Mladen Mikijelj.



After taking the roadshow campaign to all major cities in Serbia, and in cooperation with local tourist boards, the NTO Montenegro will continue its promotional activities in other regional countries.

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