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.
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.
Luxuriant, unique, and just downright fascinating, aren’t these ideas you would love to enjoy for end Summer 2012? Argo Travel News sought out three gems for your beach getaway to end all beach getaways. It’ll be Fall again in a bit, time to jet off to “the other Europe” East of the all too familiar. Turkey to the Austrian border lands and back to Montenegro, here are some five star spots you HAVE to visit.
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.
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.
This July Montenegro will once again host one of the hippest music festivals anywhere in Europe. The Refresh Festival to be held this year at Budva’s Top Hill disco.
Lovćen is the name for both a national park and a mountain found in the southwestern region of Montenegro. The mountain rises up along the Adriatic basin’s borders and features two imposing peaks.
Montenegro proclaimed itself the world’s first “ecological state” back in the 90’s, but only now has the message and initiative reached into the countryside and wilderness areas. A former hazardous waste dump in the country’s wildest and most beautiful area is turning over a new ecological leaf finally. Mojkovac, Montenegro wants to be an Eco-tourism hub for the region.
Montenegro has been selected as a finalist for their stewardship in sustainable tourism by the WTTC. But as far as digital engagement and branding, their online presence is scarely even felt. A wonderfully simple and useful tourism website goes almost to waste without social media or continual outreach of any kind. What is the Ministry of Tourism thinking?