NewsExploring Montenegro's tourism gems: Belgian tour operators enthusiastic about the country's beauty

Exploring Montenegro’s tourism gems: Belgian tour operators enthusiastic about the country’s beauty

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Montenegro’s National Tourist Organization (NTO) recently welcomed tour operators from Belgium, offering them a chance to explore the diverse tourism opportunities in Montenegro.

Representatives from some of Belgium’s leading tour operators, including TUI, Asteria Expeditions, Amazing Destinations, Neckermann, and Yellosun, immersed themselves in Montenegro’s natural wonders and cultural heritage. They embarked on journeys through national parks like Skadar Lake and Lovćen, cruised on the lake’s pristine waters, and delved into the historical richness of Montenegro by visiting Budva, Kotor, Cetinje, and Podgorica. Additionally, they toured renowned localities and hotels across the country.

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Shana de Loght from Neckermann expressed her enchantment with Perast and the captivating Bay of Kotor, especially during the scenic boat ride. She found the panoramic view from the Kotor-Lovćen cable car breathtaking and described the breakfast experience amidst nature’s splendor as unforgettable.

Pedro van Ryssel from TUI commended Montenegro’s appeal as a destination and expressed eagerness to promote it to their clients. He praised Montenegro’s diverse attractions and saw great potential for collaboration between NTO and TUI Belgium.

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The tour operators were impressed by the comprehensive insight into Montenegro’s accommodations, natural beauty, and cultural heritage provided by the trip. They particularly admired the picturesque combination of beautiful bays, crystal-clear seas, and majestic mountains.

To strengthen economic ties with the Belgian market, NTO organized a business workshop involving over 20 Montenegrin tourism stakeholders. The workshop showcased Montenegro’s rich array of destinations, accommodations, and tourist attractions, aiming to foster partnerships with Belgian tour operators.

In addition to NTO, the study visit of Belgian tour operators received support from strategic partners such as the Budva Riviera hotel group and local tourist organizations from Bar, Kotor, Cetinje, and Budva. Various entities, including the National Parks of Montenegro, Kotor Cable Car, Forza Kuk, and a range of hotels like Iberostar, Hilton, Hyatt Regency Kotor Bay Resort, Budva, Regent, AMI, Tara, Conte, Gradska Kafana in Cetinje, and Citadela, contributed to the successful exploration of Montenegro’s tourism potential.

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