Was just looking at the timetables from Podgorica to Serbia. Some good options there. If anyone knows what towns the bus to Nis passes through that would be great. Also, how long is the journey? I'm guessing it's going to be around the 8 hour mark!?
Thank you all!
ANYONE HAVE INFO ON A GOOD PRIVATE GUIDE IN KOTOR?
As I've now ascertained the road train no longer runs between Becici and Budva (Big shame) is there a bus service between the two? Thanks
Does the road train still run from Budva to Becici?
I have only one day to see Montenegro -- 29 April -- I am enquiring about hiring a taxi, picking me up at the Ulcinj bus station (arriving by bus or furgon around 09:00) I would like the taxi for 11 hours, with short stops in Bar, Petrovec, Sveti Stefan, Budva, Herceg Novi, Kotor, Perast, Podgorica (if time permits) and finishing back at Ulcinj at 20:00. Taxi driver is not expeted to be a guide and it does not have to be able to speak English.
Anyone ever done this route? I'm hoping to drive a hire car between these 2 places and was wondering on the best route. Also, what are the border formalities like? Are there any issues i should be aware of?
can somebody advise me on how to get from Budva to the Dubrovnik airport early in the morning (by 7:30-8:00am)? Are there any buses going at this time?
I have two days that I would like to spend on or around Lake Skadar. Can anyone offer suggestions on a good way to spend that time? Would like to see any historic sites of note and am open to boating, kayaking, hiking, etc. and traveling by car from Albania.
Hello all So I have read that Cetinje is the true capital of Montenegran culture. If so, then surely this city is worth a visit!!! :) I will be spending a night in Kotor which is just down the road, so it would be foolish not to stop in for a look I think :) Will several hours be more then enough time to see the sights in Cetinje or is an overnight stay recommended? Are there many accomodation options? Also, after Cetinje, I want to get to Serbia (to Guca, to be specific) so I was wondering what the transport options are like from Cetinje. I'm guessing I will have to get to Podgorica and travel from there to Ceca in Serbia. Perhaps the knowledgable VTer's of this forum can suggest a Podgorica free alternative though? Thank you all again DG
Hi guys, I am planning a trip to Bosnia, Serbia and Montenegro this summer and wanted some advice on a possible itenary and any tips on transport, places to see and stay in the three countries. Basically I have about 7 days and want to see as much as possible. Novi Sad, Belgrade, Sarajevo, Mostar and Pristina are all on the list. Is this realistic? Cheers, Alex
Hello, I work for a travel agency in France and I’m doing a tour, including Montenegro. I am looking for a guide to visit Kotor the 9th july 2013, during the afternoon. What is your rate for half day and entire day? What program do you suggest? Many thanks Best regards
Hi there, I have another question.To visit Ostrog monastery from Podgorica,what is the easiest way to do this? Is there a regular bus that goes? Or is it manageable to drive it? Also,roughly how long do people normally spend there? We are hiring a car in Podgorica and just wondering if we should book it to pick it up before or after visiting Ostrog. Thanks!!
Hi there, Just wondering if anybody can tell me where Hotel Laguna is located in Podgorica? Is it within a reasonable walking distance to the city or a reasonable taxi journey? Thank you!
Hi where would you suggest....looking for an appartment for 2 people in Prcanj end of Setember or first week in October.Thank you
My husband and I have never been to Asia (travels mostly in Europe, Caribbean, Mexico). Planning 3 week trip in May 2012: What do you recommend as Must Sees? Want to think practical and get most out of travels (don't need to fly from one end to the other far end). Would like taste of OLD/NEW/quaint and charming/hot baths/some exotic. Maybe one gorgeous beach. I am sure the scenery will be a big deal. What do you recommend? Don't want to rush around, quality and enjoyment are most important. Quality does not mean spending -- staying on some kind of budget will be a must, too. Should we combine it with a week in Thailand or somewhere else??
Hi everyone, We're traveling around Montenegro in three weeks and we would like to climb Mount Lovcen for the great views and the Njegos mausoleum. Does anyone have an idea how far up one can go in his own car? Most websites do not clarify this, but how long a hike should we expect to the top? We're not overly enthusiastic mountain climbers and we'd rather not spend hours hiking upwards. Thanks a lot and have many great travels. Venelin
Hello! Does anybody knows something about Draga Apartment in Budva? I boocked a room at that place and I didn't find a review about it. Thanks. Eniko, Romania.
Hello I'm going to Budva in a couple of weeks. Travel agency offers me to choose hotel Villa D and R, Villa Neno, Villa Zlatibor or Villa Maria. I can't find rewiews so I'd be very grateful for good advise.
Hello everybody, I would like to ask you if you know, where should i find some online timetables of buses from Tivat airport to Budva. My friend and I we are planning a holiday in Budva, but i am not sure if we can get from airport. I know that there are a lot of taxi, but for 5 people, 120 Euro, on 20 km, it is little bit expensive. Thanks a lot Anna
I have driven in Croatia and Slovenia previously with no need for an international license. I have read, though, in some places that might be required for Montenegro. I have a US license. Should I get an int'l license for Montenegro? How about Macedonia?
Hi, I have a timetable which says "From Kotor to Dubrovnik, the buses arrives in 09.20 and 10.45 to Dubrovnik." So, it means the buses departs Kotor at 06.00 and 07.30? What will it possibly to be in July? And 06.00 bus are only 3 days but the others are daily? Could you please say us to daily timetable from Kotor to Dubrovnik? Also more spesificly, on 10th July Tuesday. :) Thank you.
hello everyone! i am staying in Žabljak for 2 nights in july this year, i am hoping to book a rafting tour. it will be my only FULL day in Žabljak, the tour im looking at departs from Šćepan Polje at 10.30 (sunday) i will not have a rental vehicle.. can anyone please advise me on the best way to get to Šćepan Polje from Žabljak on time and back to Žabljak again in the evening? if taxi is my only option, what would this trip cost? i appreciate your replies ian auckland, new zealand =)
Dear travel friends... I maybe plan a trip to Montenegro and I woonder how is it possible to get from Sarajevo to podgorica by bus or train or whatever...thanks a lot!!!!how much would it cost?(i look for cheaper options) thanks!!! Toly
Hi, is it possible to take the bicycle with you by train from Bar do Mojkovac? Me and my friends are going to take a two weeks trip across Montenegro and we are going to go back do place of start by train with bikes. If it is possible, in which kind of trains transportation of a bicycle is possible? Thanks in advance! Tomek
We will be honeymooning in Italy and were thinking of spending about 5 to 7 days in montenegro to relax and unwind We would like to get from from Venice (or any other surrounding locations)to one of the main ports in montenegro (Bar or Kotor or Zelenika or recommended other) 1. We were hoping to get a ferry across. Could you suggest the best route or crossing for us to take? 2. Which port is the most picturesque and romantic to stay in? Thanks so much
My family and our friends are going for a bike trip across Montenegro. We want to ride the "Trsa road" from Zabljak to Trsa which goes through Sedlo Pass. I know that there can be still lots of snow sometimes in spring. Is there any site, tourist office, which can have up to date information or monitoring amount of snow and availability of the road? Thanks in advance.
WE are considering a short holiday in Montenegro for about three to seven days. What is the best way and cheapest way to get from either Italy or Rhine in germany. Please advise the name of an region/area that is recommended for us to stay in. WE are looking for somewhere in the general hub of a city that is close to transport and/or tourist attractions and/or any other fabulous areas that are beautiful and typical of Montenegro. What is the best form of transport and the cheapest and most effective way to get around between the countries and within the the suggested city. Also does anyone have an idea of average prices of decent hotels in the area? Thanks
WE have not yet planned our holiday. Coming into and out of montenegro to and from Italy, what is the cheapest form of transport and the quickest? WHat are the best ports, stations, airports to consider? THen in terms of getting around in montenegro, what is the best way to get around regarding transport and approximate costs involved? Tx
We are considering spending a few days in what seems to be a beautiful and perhaps untouched country in May. Is this a recommended destination that offers both adventurous sightseeing and time for relaxation too? Which areas would you recommend that we definatley visit and why and approximately for how long? WHat is the temperature like at this time of year? ARe pullovers recommended, jackets or bathing custumes? Excuse my ignorance but I come from a relativily warm country all year round. How long do we need in montenegro (minimum number of days) Thanks so much
Hello all I can't find anything on the internet to tell me if there's a train that runs from Podgorica to Shkodra? If there is no train, then what's the best way to get to Shkodra? Thank you! DG