Skopska 1, Podgorica, Montenegro
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My first Niksicko Pivo in Podgorica
Plane to Düsseldorf at Podgorica Airport
Restaurant Carine Centar: Pizza Vezuvio
not quite a taxi ;)
Podgorica Airport Bus (Montenegro Airlines)
I have read that Montenegro Airlines runs a bus from Podgorica Airport to Trg Republike departing a short while after the arrival of each of their flights.
Does anyone know where and when about the bus leaves? My flight lands at 18:30 h and I would also like to take some photos for VT before entering the bus.
Also I have to get to Hotel Ideal in Žrtava Fašizma bb. Does anyone have an idea how long a walk from Trg Rebublike to the Hotel takes? Or are there any public buses going that direction from Trg Republike? Maybe even the the Airport bus stops somewhere closer to Hotel Ideal or does it ony stop at Trg Rebublike?
Thank you all for your help
Re: Podgorica Airport Bus (Montenegro Airlines)
maybe this can help you
but I doubt becaus find some information about anything in Montenegro is
hard and also slow (this is the way of living in MN.
But because Podgorica is the capital I belive that they have some kind of organisation for public buses.
Taxi is expensive 1km = 1 euro.
Travel Tips for Podgorica
If coming during the summer, expect pretty high temperatures. This, however, shouldn’t encourage you to come to this place half-naked. I remember two years ago when a priest didn’t allow a girl to enter the room where the relics of St. Vasilije were displayed. The strict “dress code” does not exist, but if you want to feel comfortable, to show respect, and to be respected, try to be dressed “properly”. That’s the least everyone can do. The trousers and T-shirt will be fine. You will see many people dressed this way or that way, but that’s due to the fact that many tourists come expecting to see some great tourist attraction, and not knowing where they were actually coming to. This is not such place. In the first place, this is one of the holiest Orthodox places.
Podgorica - Montenegro's unknown capital
In summer 2010 we explored Montenegro for almost 2 weeks. On this trip Podgorica was our starting point as well as the city from where we left the country.
With a population of less than 150.000 people Podgorica is one of the smallest capitals in Europe. Due to its almost total destruction during World War II, the city nowadays has not many exciting sights to offer.
Many of the buildings in the city centre date from the socialist era of Yugoslavia, when Podgorica was named Titograd. One of the newer well worth seeing landmarks is the Millenium Bridge (Most Milenijum), which was opened in 2005.
"The beautiful remains so in ugly surroundings."
--- Malcolm De Chazal ---
Montegro one of the most beautiful place on earth
Little known Montenegro was the first ecological state in the world. Still with the remanents of old communist style architecture it makes up for it 100 fold with its great food, terrific beaches, snow skiing, and breathtaking views.
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