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Montenegro, Winter season was record breaking, summer already looks promising

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In Montenegro, 38,391 arrivals and 95,944 overnight stays of tourists were realized in collective accommodation during the month of February, Monstat data show.

Out of the total number of overnight stays in collective accommodation, 75% were made by foreigners, and 25% by domestic tourists.

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– In the structure of overnight stays by type of tourist places in February 2023, the most overnight stays were realized in coastal places 60.4%, the capital 17.6%, mountain places 14.4% and other places 7.5% – the announcement states.

Monstat clarified that collective accommodation facilities include hotels, boarding houses, motels, tourist settlements, resorts, hostels, camps, etc. Collective accommodation does not include individual, so-called “private accommodation”, i.e. accommodation in houses and rooms for rent, as well as in tourist apartments.

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As a reminder, the Ministry of Economic Development and Tourism announced that 177,000 overnight stays were made during the first two months of this year, which is a record for the winter season since 2017.

The Prime Minister of Montenegro, Dritan Abazović, followed up on these results, stating that, according to current indicators, the next season will be a record one.

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