The brand new gem of Montenegro ski resorts, the Kolašin 1600 in the southern part of the Bjelasica Mountain has its first snow of the 2018/2019 season.
Henley & Partners, the leading global investment migration firm, welcomes today’s announcement by the Government of Montenegro that it will be launching a citizenship-by-investment program in October. It follows the decision a few weeks ago by another European nation, Moldova, to award Henley & Partners the mandate to design, implement, and promote its much-anticipated Moldova Citizenship-by-Investment (MCBI) program.
Montenegrin model, Kristina Đurković, who was crowned Miss Montenegro in 2015, recently won the title of Miss Europe, as part of Miss Tourism World competition.
According to news from hotel company GHM. the Asian group continues its expansion into Europe with an all-new 5-star hotel in Montenegro in the Balkan Peninsula. Begun in the early 1990s, GHM focuses on providing guests with a unique lifestyle experience in hotels that have a unique character that always resonates with its location.
According to reports from Thomas Cook and TUI, International tour operators and travel agents are preparing for this year’s “Sunshine Saturday”, which is one of the busiest booking holidays.
The outlook for growth in the hospitality industry in Eastern Europe is bright when looked at from the hotel investment angle. Judging from the number of projects slated for completion before the end of 2018, new hotels from Budapest to Dubrovnik will be cropping up across the region.
If Paris has lost some of its shimmer for you, then how about giving one of the lesser known eastern European cities a whirl? Here’s a surprisingly entertaining and eventful seven you may not have thought of for your 2016 European getaway. Best of all, these unsung gems are some of the most cost effective city breaks you’ll find anywhere. Welcome to Eastern Europe.
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 Croatia, not many people or officials could have predicted finally achieving EU member status would find the country worse off. This Reuters report shows the ugly side of today’s European Union economics, Croatia and other states wallowing at the bottom of the coalition’s heap.
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.
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.
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.
For those of you out there who love a challenge, Argo Travel News offers up this Eastern Europe celeb quiz from the cool folks at ProProfs. You’ll be surprised at how proud some countries are of their celebrity countrymen too. More on that later, but test yourself now on your celeb know how.
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.
This year’s 18th edition of the Ukraine International Travel and Tourism Exhibition (UITT) is set to be bigger than ever thanks to the inclusion of a number of new participants.