The Montenegrin Symphony Orchestra conducted by Grigorij Krasko held a concert in Belgrade on 21 May, the Independence Day of Montenegro.
Planned to become a show-stopping town on the idyllic, worldsaway Luštica peninsula, integrated town development Luštica Bay in Montenegro is carving out an exceptional way of life. A life that combines the gentle traditions of Montenegrin riviera living with state-of-the-art … Continue reading
I firmly believe that, in order to accomplish dynamic growth in the following period, policy creators will not secure stability of public finances through increase in taxes and excise, but rather through the implementation of measures relating to widening the … Continue reading
Through regional economic and infrastructural networking we contribute to bigger trade, investments, and the mobility of the workforce, thus bringing Montenegro closer to the European Union Foreign direct investments are an important driving force behind the development of the Montenegrin … Continue reading
Regional cooperation, as one of the pillars of Montenegro’s foreign policy, is also in the focus of our diplomatic activities
The National Day of Montenegro was marked in the Old Court. The reception was attended by numerous political and public officials. In the Grand Hall of the Old Court, the Ambassador of Montenegro to Serbia, Branislav Mićunović, welcomed the audience.
Text: Žikica Milošević Living in such a vibrant place, at the crossroads of mighty empires and strong civilisations, must make you strong in culture, controversial in mind, and interesting as a whole. Montenegro had such luck and such misfortune to … Continue reading
Text: Žikica Milošević There is an official promotional video for Montenegrin tourism shot by NTO Montenegro in which the main character repeats one and the same phrase, the universal “Ču’š” (“Hear that!” or “Listen to that!”), the short form of … Continue reading
Mediterranean? Mountainous? Why is that? Well, it is simply due to geography, given that the Southern part of Montenegro is, well, Mediterranean, while Northern Montenegro looks more like Switzerland, with fresh mountain peaks and “katun” shacks, wooden cottages and greenery. … Continue reading
There are few places in the world that are so densely populated with wonders as Montenegro. This tiny Balkan country, and Europe’s latest independent country, is something that the slogan of the National Tourism Organisation of Montenegro describes clearly as … Continue reading
On the most luxurious location on the Montenegrin coast, within the complex “Regent Pool Club Residence” in Porto Montenegro, a special BMW salon was opened, called “BMW Store”.
“Tourism Days of Montenegro” in Belgrade, will be held at UŠĆE Shopping Center, on the 30th June and the 1st of July 2017 from 10-22h, the main square on the ground floor.
At the splendid atmosphere of Montenegrin House in Belgrade, the newest, 3rd issue of Hello! Travel dedicated to Montenegro was presented.
At the Belgrade Fair the International Tourism Fair was held once again this year, from 23rd to 26th of February 26, and 1100 exhibitors from 56 countries took part in it.
The Tourist Organisation of Budva, leader of Montenegrin tourism, organised a party during the Belgrade Tourism Fair, where it presented its offers for this season.
On Wednesday night at the Top of the Hub Restauran in BC Ušće in Novi Beograd, Tourist Organisation of Montenegro organised a grand party dedicated to the Tourism Fair in Belgrade.
Schneider Electric Serbia, ended 2016 satisfied with the results achieved and announced this year which marks the 15th anniversary of business in Serbia.
On the occasion of 13th July, the Statehood Day, and the Montenegrin House in Belgrade was officially opened by presidents of Serbia and Montenegro, Tomislav Nikolić and Filip Vujanović.
For over a decade, the Montenegrin government has been working on creating an environment conducive to investors both through economic policies in the country and, as of recently, through active participation in infrastructure projects that will link the Western Balkan … Continue reading