Information & Facts
Several major car hire companies are represented at the
A minibus service runs from directly in front of the terminal
building. Taxis are available, costing in the region of EUR10 for
the journey to the city. Various bus services operate from the
airport to other Montenegro destinations.
A new modern glass and steel terminal building has recently been
opened at Podgorica Airport (2006). Facilities include a cafe,
bank, ATM, gift/book shop and a duty free shop.
Serbian (very similar to Croatian) is the official
language of Montenegro, although Albanian is commonly used in some
areas. English is widely understood in the capital, Podgorica, and
in the coastal resorts.
The official currency is the Euro (EUR). Visitors entering
Montenegro with more than EUR2,000 (including travellers cheques or
the equivalent in another currency) should declare the amount on
entry. Without declaration on entry large amounts may be
confiscated on departure. Serbian Dinars are not accepted in
Montenegro and should be exchanged for Euros. There are ATMs, which
accept international bank cards in major cities and towns, and most
of the larger hotels, shops and main restaurants accept Diners
Club, Visa and MasterCard, but American Express cards are less
welcome. Money can be exchanged at the numerous banks in the towns