Montenegro reopens its doors to international travellers.
Montenegro will be a desirable destination for many travellers as there are currently no requirements to self-isolate upon arrival, or for double-vaccinated Brits to quarantine upon return to the UK from 19th July 2021 due to the country’s Amber List status.
Renowned as the Mediterranean’s leading luxury yacht homeport and marina village, Porto Montenegro on the UNESCO protected Bay of Kotor is ever expanding its offering of five-star retail, hotels and superyacht berths. There is something for everyone, from shopping at 10 new international retails outlets such as a flagship Dior, to the laidback luxury of Regent Porto Montenegro Hotel and the PMYC pool which has been listed as one of the most iconic infinity pools in the world.
The town also offers many authentic Montenegrin experiences across retail, cuisine and an exciting calendar of year-round events. Traditional Mediterranean cuisine and a blend of northern Montenegrin-inspired culinary specialties can be found in the restaurants, meanwhile new cultural hangouts such as Open Studio / Art In The Port and Stories support Montenegrin creatives and artisans. A summer events programme includes the Summer Sculpture Exhibition, the Made in New York Jazz Festival and an International Fashion Festival which will be returning on 23rd and 24th July 2021 to celebrate sustainability.
Due to the country’s rare combination of snow-capped mountains, 280 days’ sunshine a year, crystal clear lakes and lush hiking land, visitors can enjoy the very best of yachting, swimming and skiing, without needing to cross any borders in this small and easily accessible country.
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