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French journalists visit Montenegro: A study tour hosted by NTO

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The National Tourism Organization (NTO) hosted a study tour for French journalists, who visited Montenegro from Tuesday to Saturday.

According to the NTO, the diverse tourist offerings of Montenegro were presented to journalists from prominent French media outlets including La Quotidienne, Premium magazine,, and Ulyces, which together have a monthly readership of over 27 million.

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During their visit, the journalists explored Bjelasica, toured Skadar Lake National Park, visited Sveti Stefan and Miločer Park, enjoyed a cable car ride with views of the Bay of Kotor, and toured Perast and the Old Town of Kotor. They also visited Porto Montenegro, Luštica, and concluded their tour in Budva.

Pablo Oger, a journalist from Ulyces, which garners 21 million monthly impressions, remarked that Montenegro was a remarkable discovery for him.

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“I had never been to Montenegro before, and this trip was a great revelation for me. In just four days, we managed to visit beautiful places, but I am certain that Montenegro has much more to offer, so I will definitely return,” said Oger.

He was especially impressed by the cruise in the Bay of Kotor.

“The landscape is surreal, and being on the boat with mountains rising above the sea is breathtaking. We have gathered fantastic material for articles, and I am confident our audience will love it. We had been announcing the trip to Montenegro for a long time and received many comments and recommendations, all highlighting the beauty of this country. Now, we have seen it for ourselves,” Oger added.

Solene Duclos, who has a blog with over ten thousand visitors and works for the French media outlet Routard, one of the most renowned series of travel guides in France, confirmed Montenegro’s uniqueness. has nearly six million monthly visits, providing guides, practical travel advice, accommodation recommendations, restaurant reviews, and interesting places for French travelers.

“It is my first time in Montenegro, and I hope it won’t be the last because I am truly amazed. On the very first day, I said this is a magnificent country. It’s small, but it offers many opportunities. One of the special advantages is the short travel time – from the north to the sea in just a few hours,” Duclos said.

She highlighted that the short distance between the southern and northern regions is particularly attractive for the French, who often spend a lot of time traveling.

“The mountains rising above the sea left me breathless, and the cruise in the Bay of Kotor was an unforgettable experience. I would particularly highlight fishing on the sea with our guide Ivan and enjoying local wine. I must return to explore even more,” Duclos added.

The study tour for French journalists was supported by NTO’s strategic partners: the national airline Air Montenegro, the Montenegro Stars hotel group, the Gold Travel agency, local tourist organizations from Bar, Kotor, Kolašin, Budva, and Tivat, Luštica Bay, Kotor Cable Car, Nikki Beach Resort, the hotels Conte, Swissotel, and Monte Casa, as well as the National Parks of Montenegro.

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