Travelling To the Wonderful Country of Montenegro
Montenegro is a wonderful land in Southeastern Europe, which was a part of Yugoslavia till 1992 with Serbia. On October 22, 2007, Montenegro was officially declared as Republic of Montenegro.
A place for a consummate traveler
Montenegro is rated as one of the must visit place amongst ‘50 Places of a Lifetime’. The tourism is a big part of Montenegro’s economy and around 1.6 million visitors tour the country every year, which is 36th, out of 47 countries in Europe. The country was ravaged during the fight for independence in the 90s, when the country fought against Yugoslavia, but now things have settled down and it is again a tourist hotspot. Now, it’s a great place to visit and enjoy the sites. Montenegro has both coast and mountains. National Geographic Traveler used cover picture of Montenegro on their magazine.
A booming tourism industry
Montenegro is known as one of the best discoveries amongst tourists. The worldwide tourism destinations like Ada Bojana, Velika Plaza and Hotel Mediteran of Ulcinj were considered among the “Top 31 places to go in 2010”. Yahoo listed Montenegro amongst the “10 Top Spots of 2009”. The tourism industry in Montenegro is growing so fast these days that the number of tourists visiting this country falls just a little short of tourists visiting China. The famous tourism guide Lonely Planet every year mentions Montenegro as top destination right alongside Greece and other places of tourism.
At 2000s, tourism became Montenegro’s major economic contributor. The Government of Montenegro is strategically working to make Montenegro a top destination for tourism, trying to make it an elite destination. Foreign investments are also welcome in Montenegro.
Travelling and staying in the country
Montenegro is one country that you should visit at least once in your life. There are world class hotels available for your stay, some are quite costly hotels and some are cheap. You can take a tour of Montenegro in a group or individually. There are tourist management offices of Government as well as private offices to guide you for the tour and to draw a roadmap for you. You can also take help from the internet to make a roadmap of your journey in Montenegro.
For travelling there are buses and trains available, there are also international and domestic available. You can schedule your journey accordingly. There are guided tours available for you or your group within Montenegro or you can opt for personal vehicles on rent so that you can tour at your leisure. The benefit of renting a vehicle is that you can tour on your timetable not on the timetable of your guide. You can get any vehicle at http://auto-travel.me/en/ for a comfortable journey.