You can arrive by all possible ways and means. At all times of year, by land, by sea, or by air. By plane, ship, yacht, train, bicycle, car, etc.
Whichever way you arrive, afterwards there is not a single destination that is distant and inaccessible. Everything is possible here, you can even be at the top of a mountain in the morning, in a boat on a lake at midday, and on the seashore at sunset.
Flights from most European metropolises to Montenegro take only two hours. There are two modern airports: in Podgorica (12 km from the city) and Tivat (4 km from the city centre).
The ports of Bar, Budva, Kotor and Herceg Novi have the status of international transportation ports.
For the most beautiful and largest yachts (up to 150 metres long) there is Porto Montenegro in Tivat, a marina with comprehensive services.
Have a look at the timetable, reserve, or simply buy a ticket via.
The roads are good-quality, the sea and the high mountains are connected via the Adriatic Highway and the Risan–Žabljak road. The quickest way from Podgorica to the sea is through Sozina Tunnel.
The total length of roads in Montenegro is 5,277 km. In Montenegro there are no motorways, although there are roads that in places have three lanes.
Info: Construction of a motorway is currently underway.
Call centre of the Montenegrin Automobile Association 19807
The total length of the railway network in Montenegro is 335.46 km. Montenegro is connected to Serbia and Albania via this network. The most important railway line goes from Bar to Belgrade, which is significant for trade between Montenegro and Serbia and Europe, and tourists use it to come to Montenegro from Serbia, Albania, Hungary, Czech Republic, and Russia.