In tourism development news from Baku, an interview given by Montenegro President Filip Vujanovic tells of Azerbaijan investors putting money into a new resort slated to open in 2017. Here’s the news along with a little preview of the resort to come. The Azerbaijan national oil company SOCAR, along with large scale Azerbaijani companies, Pasha […]
In a controversial tourism move, Montenegro has made the decision to go ahead with plans to turn a former Italian fascist prison camp into a luxury resort. The former fortress on Mamula Island in the Bay of Kotor was a World War II concentration camp where dozens of local inmates reportedly died.
In partnership with leading yacht brand, Azimut Benetti, Porto Montenegro is going to make its debut at the Moscow Boat Show from the 11th to 16th March, at Crosus Expo, Moscow. Yacht show visitors will be able to get detailed information of one of the most interesting and extensive maritime developments along the Adriatic coast.
In news from Balkans.com, Montenegro Airlines’ CEO, Zoran Djurišić will reportedly be replaced at the end of May on account of the airlines recent heavy losses. Mr. Djurišić has been at the helm of the now beleaguered airline since its creation almost 20 years ago. The airline ended 2012 on a horrendous financial note losing some €23.5 million euro. Meanwhile Ryanair appears ready to take up Montenegro traffic slack if the airline staggers or folds.
Starting today SpiceRoads Cycle Tours adds incentive for those who would love to Bike the Balkans. Their continuing program to promote touristic destinations in emerging countries reveals Albania, Macedonia and Montenegro with $150 savings on first time departures there via the tours.
Montenegro’s government is looking to capitalize on its position as one of the world’s fastest growing tourist destinations, with the development of its first PGA Tour-standard golf course near the resort city of Kotor.
Festival news from Podgorica brings visitors to Montenegro a wonderful family event, the Children’s Film Festival to be held in the cinema Cineplexx Delta Cityju. The so called KIDS FEST is set to present an international film showing to audiences beginning tomorrow and ending next Sunday.
Montenegro’s rapid transformation as a tourist destination continues unabated, with a record breaking 1.15 million tourists visiting the country in the first eight months of this year, according to latest government figures.
Investment news from Podgorica, Montenegro, Slovenia investors have their eyes on the famous Lipska Cave (Lipska pecina) in Cetinje. The investment group says they are interested in building the touristic value of the cave and nearby Cetinje through direct investment and marketing activities.
In recent years, Eastern Europe has gained popularity among the most fashionable summer destinations, becoming an elegant fusion of history, culture and sexy beaches.
Amid accusations Montenegro Airlines desires some kind of monopoly on the Balkans country’s airspace, CEO of the company, Zoran Djurišić, announced his invitation to executives of three of the former Yugoslavia’s biggest carriers, Croatia Airlines, Jat Airways, and Adria Airways, to a sort of summit on the Budva Riviera.
If romance is what you want for your winter holiday, you’re in luck: Eastern Europe isn’t short of romantic getaways, as long as you know where to look.
More tourists have visited Montenegro this year, than in 2010 – and the future holds much more in store for this spending Adriatic destination.
TUI Travel told the media today, at a press conference in Budva, that the company is planning on promoting Montenegro more in England.
Herceg Novi cultural agenda also includes the Sunčane Skale 2011 festival, one of the most popular music festivals in the Balkan region.