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Denovici b,b, Herceg-Novi, 85345, Montenegro
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Timetable of buses from Dubrovnik airport

by kdelacruz


I will be arriving at Cilipi airport (Dubrovnik) on Monday evening, and would like to know if anyone has the timetable for buses to Herceg Novi directly from the airport. I've found this on
"During the summer season there are scheduled bus lines from Cilipi airport (Dubrovnik - Republic of Croatia) to all tourist destinations along the Montenegrin littoral."

But I can't find a schedule anywhere, and since my flight does not arrive until 19:10 Monday evening, I don't know if there are any buses in the evening.

Or does anyone know of a better way to get to Herceg Novi or Kotor?


RE: Timetable of buses from Dubrovnik airport

by delcity

you might find a better link if you look here for a government run or sponsored web site for this location ( )

also you can look at ( ) available in british/english . click on the uk/british flag and wait for the page to fully load. it takes a little longer to load than the vt main page.
some where on the page there use to be a links button.
click on this and it use to go to a list of the bus companies.

also i think there is a list at ( ) also

RE: RE: Timetable of buses from Dubrovnik airport

by Rodney_B

You can also contact Cilipi airport and ask them for information. Their number is +385 2077 323 and +385 2077 3377.

Travel Tips for Herceg-Novi

The stuning flora

by vesna04

I miss the english words to describe all kinds of trees, plants and flowers that can be found here. . I will mention only few of them:different kinds of palms, cactuses, bogumvilias, orange and lime trees….
Lots of various species arrived from all over the world, brought by the sailors of Herceg Novi. The most famous tree is mimosa and people from H.Novi celebrate it every February .
(More photos in the travelogue soon)

Sandy beaches

by vesna04

Some sandy beaches can also be found in the town but they are far less preety than the once out of it. Most of them are private Hotel beaches. It would be a real pity not to go to the ½real sandy beauties ½ that Montenegro is very rich of.

Load up on the carbs in the morning

by karenincalifornia

In the morning, along the promenade, vendors wheel out their kolaci display carts loaded with all kinds of high sugar cakes, pies and tarts. While I am used to eating something like this at night occasionally, the kolaci in Montenegro is eaten in the morning.

A typical kolaci is a walnut torte of several layers with a chocolate or mocha filling in between the layers with gobs of sweetened whipped cream on the outside of the torte.

Sweets for the sweet. Almost as good as golden raisin oatmeal cookies!

Diving Camp on Zanjic beach

by KonstantinII

Speaking of diving, there's one of the best diving camps in Balkans.
Feel free to join in. Behind the beach there is a big Oliv tree field that is used by diving clubs (mostly from Belgrade) to organise diving meetings.
There, you can make your first steps with SCUBA gear and even get your International Diploma (Licence) as a qualified diver.

We rented a car one day and...

by Srechko

We rented a car one day and took a ride along the Montenegro Coast. We visited Budva, main entertainment and festival centre on our way. Our main destination was little island 'Sveti Stefan'(Saint Stefan).

That is actually the biggest attraction in this area. It used to be a fishing village, and around 40 years ago it got transformed into a fancy hotel-town with luxurious villas and appartments. Each one is different. Elderly still talk about the times when Sofia Loren and other celebrities were visiting this paradise.

Quality of service and food used to be very high, I am not sure about nowadays. On the side opposite of the beach there is an outdoor pool - only for guests, big terrace, and many historical monuments are situated all around.

Staying here now is affordable, and in September one of these appartments rents for around 70DM per day.


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