NewsMontenegro is calling, the summer season is approaching with favorable prices

Montenegro is calling, the summer season is approaching with favorable prices

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Ulcinj, Bar, Budva, Bečići, Tivat, Kotor, Herceg Novi… From Ada Bojana to Prevlaka stretches the Montenegrin coastline, which for many in Serbia is the closest sea and the one where they traditionally spend their summers. Prices have not increased significantly, and now is the time to get discounts that go up to 20 percent.

According to data from the National Tourist Organization of Montenegro, there are no significant deviations from last year’s prices for now. In translation, this means that prices are usually up to 15 percent higher.

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Half board in popular hotels in Budva during July and August ranges from 65 to 110 euros per person. When planning, you should count on a discount for children, which ranges from 30 to 50 percent.
If you want to spend your summer in a new, luxurious hotel in Kumbor, all-inclusive accommodation costs from 100 to 200 euros per person, and children up to seven years old accompanied by their parents do not pay anything.

In Igalo, hotels offer full board from 95 to 165 euros. The hotel in Donja Lastva near Tivat charges half-board per day during the season from 40 to 45 euros per person. Children, depending on their age and whether they use their own bed, have a discount of 50 to 100 percent.

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Exclusive hotels in Luštica and Perast cost from 180 to 350 euros per room, and it is also luxurious in Porto-Montenegro, where deluxe apartments in the hotel complex cost from 280 to 570 euros per day.

Apartments in Budva cost from 30 to 50 euros per day, in Bečići from 13 to 35 euros, while in Jaz they can be found from 10 to 50 euros.

Apartments in Tivat and Radovići can be rented in the range of 25 to 40 euros, while in Krašići they are from 30 to 50. Apartment prices in Kumbor range from 25 to 30 euros, and in Igalo from 30 to 50.

Ulcinj, with the longest sandy beach on the coast, is among the cheaper destinations, with prices ranging from 9 to 15 euros, while prices in Dobri Vode range from 20 to 40 euros.

For young people, the Sea dance festival or the Montenegrin Exit is definitely an event of the summer season. This year it is held on the beach in Buljarica. In addition to festivals, there are also discos, primarily in Budva and Kotor.

Apart from the sea, in Montenegro it is also possible to go to the mountains, where the temperatures are lower, the nights are cold, and the nature is stunning. It is possible to organize hiking and mountain tours, but also to bathe in numerous clean and cold lakes. Mount Durmitor and Žabljak at its foot are the most popular destinations. It is best to rent houses here, and the prices are around 50-60 euros per day, while smaller houses can be rented for 30-35 euros.


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