HOW TO GET TO MONTENEGRO: FLIGHTS AND AIRPORTS
To arrive by plane in Montenegro you can use the two international airports of the country. The most important is that of the capital Podgorica, the other is the Tivat airport near the Boka Kotorska. In addition, the Cilipi-Dubrovnik airport in Croatia can also be used to reach the coast of Montenegro. In fact, from Cilipi-Dubrovnik airport to the border with Montenegro there are only 16 km. At Tivat airport, charter flights mostly land during the summer. These flights usually bring tourists from Eastern Europe, Germany and Scandinavia to the coast of Montenegro. The flag carrier of the country is Montenegro Airlines.
HOW TO GET TO MONTENEGRO: FERRIES
International Transport: The only important port in the country is that of Bar (Antivari). There is a scheduled ferry service that transports passengers and goods between Bar-Bari and Bar-Ancona. During the summer the frequency of ferries is higher and there are also ferry services between Kotor (Cattaro) and Bari.
Internal Transport: Ferries in the Bay of Kotor (Cattaro): there are ferries from Kamenari to Lepetane and vice versa every 15 minutes. The service is ensured by small ferries used to transport cars (max 30 cars). The crossing avoids 45 km (about 1 hour driving) of the road along the Boka Kotorska (Kotor). The crossing takes 10 minutes.
HOW TO GET TO THE COUNTRY: TRAINS
International Transport: The country has a reduced rail network of only 250 km. The main line is the one that crosses the town and connects Bar (Antivari) to Belgrade, passing through the capital Podgorica.
HOW TO GET TO THE COUNTRY: BUS
International Transport: The country is connected with bus services with all neighboring countries. Autosaobracaj operates regular services between Herceg Novi (Castelnuovo) and Dubrovnik-Ragusa (daily) and to Pula-Pola (weekly).