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Are you looking for cheap fares for Montenegro flights? In the coming 3 months: Istanbul Montenegro 1,992 TL, Istanbul Montenegro 2,411 TL and Adana Montenegro 4,645 TL.
Better to book your flight to Montenegro 44 days before departure to get the best fares on average.
Montenegro, located in the Balkans and whose capital is Podgorica, is surrounded by Albania and Kosovo in the east, Serbia in the north, Croatia and Bosnia-Herzegovina in the west, and the Adriatic Sea in the south.
Montenegro, one of the six republics that made up the former Yugoslavia, joined the new Yugoslavia after the disintegration of the country, forced by Serbia. Montenegro, which formed a more flexible federation framework as Serbia-Montenegro in 2003 with the efforts of Montenegro, decided to become independent with the yes vote in the referendum held in 2006. On June 3, 2006, the Montenegrin Parliament declared the independence of Montenegro based on the result of the referendum. NATO Foreign Ministers, on the other hand, invited Montenegro, one of the six republics that formed the former Yugoslavia, to the alliance as the 29th member, despite the objections of Russia.
Places to visit
Montenegro, which looks like a small and secret garden hidden on the Adriatic coast, resembles the untouched state of Aegean coastal towns such as Bodrum and Alaçatı 30 years ago, where green and blue intertwine. Montenegro is a fascinating country where you can taste the best red wines of the Balkans and where eating and drinking with its cuisine turns into a feast.
In Montenegro, formerly a state of Yugoslavia, Kotor, Sveti Stefan and Budva are among the main places to visit. Kotor, a charming Mediterranean port city protected by UNESCO, is an alternative region for summer holidays with its lush vegetation combined with its clear sea and deep blue waters. It is a city that stands out not only with its air and sea, but also with its Baroque architecture and untouched historical texture. Kotor, one of the most interesting European cities with its geographical structure, is an old Ottoman city where it is possible to reach by car through rough roads due to the fjords, despite its coast to the sea. The city, which has hosted many civilizations throughout history, was heavily influenced by Italian architecture and cuisine, as it was once under the rule of Venice. The culinary culture based on red meat and pastries, plenty of fresh and delicious seafood, accompanied by its unique red wines, and the pleasure of watching its postcard-like architecture and scenery are completely different. Perast and Gospa Od Skrpjela, the old town of Kotor Bay, are the main attractions of Budva Town. The city is also 30 minutes from Budva and 1.5 hours from Dubrovnik.
On the way to Kotor, 14 km from the city on the Lagoon formed by the city. Also stop by Perast, a town in the distance. Since it was under the patronage of the Republic of Venice for years, Venice is a wonderful place with its stone houses decorated with Baroque architecture and narrow stone streets. Perast, which is on the Unesco World Heritage list, is one of the most beautiful in Montenegro with its two islands off the coast, one artificial and the other dating from the 12th century and containing a chapel.
Sveti Stefan, which is sunny for about 250 days a year, is a tiny island in the Adriatic Sea, where the Mediterranean climate prevails. With its historical texture, natural beauties, narrow streets and village houses, it is the favorite address of European and world jet society, where nature and peace come together. The restaurants in Sveti Stefan, which is known for Queens and Milocer Beaches, Queen Marija Karadordevic Summer Palace, Sophie Lauren and Princess Margaret, also appeal to your taste buds. Enjoy the sea and the sun on the island, which can be easily reached from Budva, with a history dating back to the 1400s.
Located on the Dalmatian Coast of the Adriatic Sea, Budva is called the "St. Tropez" of Montenegro. In the city, which is one of the most colorful cities of the Balkans with its historical textures, beaches and nightlife dating back to the Middle Ages, you can start a tour of Budva by wandering the old city Stari Grad, where artifacts from the Greek and Roman civilizations with its 2,500 years of history are present, and choose the beaches to enjoy the sea and the sun. you can.
Montenegro, which is not far from our culture in terms of lifestyle, and where we trace the same past, is a beautiful destination that brings sea-sun and fun together with the climate, nature and virginity of Montenegro.
Eating and drinking
Influenced by Italian cuisine, Montenegrin cuisine also carries influences from Hungarian, Ottoman, Serbian and Austrian cuisine. Kastradina, olanpogaea, kacamak, cicvara, popara, rsstan, japraci, brav u mlijeku, gulas, Kapakcici, raznjizi must be tasted from Montenegrin dishes that also carry the characteristic features of Mediterranean cuisine. Red and white wine and beer are preferred as beverages. On the streets of Kotor, most of the restaurants are pizzeria, fish restaurants, börek and similar pastry-oriented cafes.
Turkish Airlines and Adria Airways have flights between Istanbul and Podgorica three times a week. At the end of the 1.5-hour journey, you land at Podgorica Airport. From the capital Podgorica, one can go to Budva by bus and rental car, and from there to Kotor and Sveti Stefan.
|Popular Flights||Ticket Price|
|Podgorica - Tivat||3,179.60|
|Tivat - Podgorica||2,507.27|
|Adana - Podgorica||4,795.75|
|Adana - Tivat||6,410.69|
|Ankara - Podgorica||2,808.29|
|Ankara - Tivat||3,726.98|
|Antalya - Podgorica||2,618.23|
|Antalya - Tivat||6,453.03|
|Belgrade - Podgorica||1,234.90|
|Belgrade - Tivat||1,140.34|
|Berlin - Podgorica||413.25|
|Bodrum - Podgorica||4,647.40|
|Dalaman - Podgorica||4,540.14|
|Istanbul - Podgorica||1,992.50|
|Istanbul - Tivat||2,726.72|
|Izmir - Podgorica||1,993.78|
|Izmir - Tivat||3,452.92|
|London - Podgorica||343.50|
|London - Tivat||4,057.36|
|Milan - Podgorica||382.88|
|Pristina - Podgorica||2,443.65|
|Skopje - Podgorica||1,927.96|
|Sofia - Podgorica||915.93|
|Sofia - Tivat||1,750.76|
|Tirana - Podgorica||1,847.56|
|Tirana - Tivat||2,298.71|
|Vienna - Podgorica||600.75|
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