With the  Republic of  Serbia: Vuče,Dračenovac,Dobrakovo and Čemerno
With the  Republic of Croatia: Debeli brijeg, Kobila
With Bosnia and Herzegovina: Metaljka,Šula,Šćepan Polje,Krstac,Nudo,Vraćenovići,Iliono Brdo,Sitnica
With the  Republic of Albania: Sukobin,Božaj,Grnčar
With the Republic of Kosovo: Kula Car insurance and pay toll Car insurance is obligatory and it must be done on border crossings.

Only citizens of those states with which Montenegro has got a special agreement can be excluded from this. Thus the green card is valid for the following states: Albania, Andorra, Austria, Belgium, B&H, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Hungary, Morocco, Malta, Germany, Greece, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Luxemburg, Macedonia, Moldavia, Norway, Portugal, Poland, Rumania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Suisse, Holland, Great Britain, Tunis, Turkey, Ukraine, Israel and Iran.


The main railway direction is Bar-Podgorica-Belgrade, and further from Belgrade there is a good connection to Europe. Railway stations:
* Bar 030/ 312 210
* Sutomore 030/ 373 257
* Podgorica 020/ 633 663
* Kolašin 020/ 865 212
* Mojkovac 050/ 472 247
* Bijelo Polje 050/ 32 951
* Nikšić 040/ 214 480


The air traffic can be done from two international airports: Podgorica and Tivat.
The Montenegrin air transport company ”Montrenegro Airlines”, has got regular air lines to Belgrade, Budapest, Vienna, Zurich, Frankfurt, Ljubljanu and Rome. Also, regular lines in Montenegro are held by JAT, Adria Airways, Pelican Bly Line, companies executing the air transport for Belgrade, Ljubljana, Skopje and Bari.

The airport Golubovci (Podgorica) – 12 km from Podgorica, 80 km from Kolašin, 170 km from Žabljak, 62 km from Budva, 65 km from Bar, 95km from Ulcinj.

Information: 020 243 007, 244 916

Airport Tivat – 3 km from Tivat, 20 km from Budva, 20 km from Herceg Novi, 4 km from Kotor, 60 km from Bar, 84 km from Ulcinj.

Information: 032 671 337, 671 894


Montenegro is connected to the rest of the world through its ship traffic too. Passengers’ and cargo ferries regularly commute on the lines Bar-Bari and Bar-Ankona. The harbours Bar, Budva, Kotor and Herceg Novi have got the status of international harbours.


Montenegro has accepted the common European currency – EURO (EUR) (€)= 100 cents, as the only means of payment on its territory. The coins are: 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 50 cents and 1 and 2 EURO; banknotes are: 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 200 and 500 EURO. Exchanging of currencies can be done at the counters of banks and at Exchanges offices.