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The Independent highlights Montenegro as a rising tourist destination amidst growing interest from British travelers

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The Independent, a British publication, recently ran a favorable piece about our nation, highlighting a surge in interest among Britons for flights to Montenegro, particularly to Tivat, as revealed by data from the Kayak platform. According to their findings, demand for Montenegro has soared by 74%, while interest in Croatia has waned.

Tivat, nestled in the Bay of Kotor with stunning views of the Adriatic Sea, boasts a captivating allure for tourists. Its picturesque coastline, adorned with hotels, bars, cafes, and restaurants along a delightful promenade, has drawn comparisons to Monaco on the French Riviera – albeit without the need for a billionaire’s budget, as The Independent notes.

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Kayak’s research indicates that flight prices to Tivat have dropped by 9% this year, averaging £245, making it an enticing option for summer vacations in 2024. Direct flights from the UK are offered by EasyJet and Jet2.

Beyond Tivat, the article also highlights the charm of neighboring coastal towns such as Perast and Kotor, which offer a similar ambiance to Dubrovnik but with fewer crowds.

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Given The Independent’s substantial monthly readership of up to 21 million visitors, it’s anticipated that features like these will significantly boost Montenegro’s profile as a sought-after tourist destination.

Moreover, the article’s dissemination by other global media outlets underscores the burgeoning interest in Montenegro as an appealing and accessible travel spot.

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