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    Montenegro Visit Visa

    Unforgettable nature, attractive old towns, and some of the most exceptional food make Montenegro a sensational state to visit.

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      Montenegro is a country with an area of 14,026 sq km, situated in Southeastern Europe. It is a home of beautiful seaside towns, fascinating islands, magnificent mountains, and idealized villages. It is hard to find a reason not to visit Montenegro. 

      You will be happy to know that it is less expensive than many other European Countries. Before you plan to visit Montenegro, you need to see whether you need a visa to visit the state or not.

      In that case, Montenegro has a quite lenient visa policy, and many states can visit the country up to 90-days without a visa.


      Who does not need a Montenegro Visit Visa?

      If you are a passport holder of any following country, you can visit Montenegro with a stay for up to 90-days without a Montenegro Visit Visa.

      • Albania
      • Andorra
      • Argentina
      • Aruba
      • Australia
      • Austria
      • Belgium
      • Bermuda
      • Bosnia
      • Herzegovina
      • Brazil
      • Brunei
      • Bulgaria
      • Canada
      • Chile
      • Costa Rica
      • Croatia
      • Cuba
      • Cyprus
      • Czech Republic
      • Denmark
      • Ecuador
      • El Salvador
      • Estonia Finland
      • France
      • Germany
      • Greece
      • Guatemala
      • Honduras
      • Hong Kong
      • Hungary
      • Iceland
      • Ireland
      • Israel
      • Italy
      • Japan
      • Kosovo
      • Latvia
      • Liechtenstein
      • Lithuania
      • Luxembourg
      • Macao
      • Macedonia
      • Malaysia
      • Malta
      • Mauritius
      • Mexico
      • Monaco
      • Montenegro
      • New Zealand
      • Nicaragua
      • Norway
      • Panama
      • Paraguay
      • Peru
      • Poland
      • Portugal
      • Romania
      • Russia
      • San Marino
      • Serbia
      • Seychelles
      • Singapore
      • Slovakia
      • Slovenia
      • South Korea
      • Spain
      • St Kitts and Nevis
      • Sweden
      • Switzerland
      • Taiwan
      • Ukraine
      • United Kingdom
      • United States
      • Uruguay
      • Vatican City and Venezuela

      Note that if you are an EU national, you do not need a passport. You can enter Montenegro with an ID card. Also, if your country is not on the above list, you will need to obtain a Montenegro Visit Visa.


      How to obtain a Montenegro Visit Visa?

      If you choose to visit Montenegro, all you need to have a Short-Stay Visa. It is valid for one or more entries into Montenegro for a visit. You can stay for a maximum of 90-days in six months. It is for both individual and collectives bases. In the case of a collective visa, it is valid for a maximum of 30-days.

      Note that to stay more than 90-days, you will need a temporary resident permit one week before the expiry of a 90-days stay.


      What will be the required documents for a Montenegro Visit Visa?

      When you are applying for a Montenegro Visit Visa, submit your application with the following documents at the nearest Montenegrin Embassy in your native country.

      1. Valid Travel Document (Passport)

      2. Passport size Photo (35x45 mm)

      3. Purpose of visit in Montenegro

      4. Proof that shows accommodation in Montenegro(hotel or other types of accommodation)

      5. Evidence that shows financial stability

      6. Certificate of Health Insurance

      7. Document of consular fee payment

      8. Completed Application form


      Top 5 Most Visited Places in Montenegro

      Montenegro has so much to offer. It is a complete package of enjoyment. There are the following top 5 most visited places in Montenegro.

      1. Kotor

      2. Budva

      3. Tivat

      4. Zabljak

      5. Cetinje


      Is it safe to visit Montenegro?

      Montenegro is a safe country to visit. Its crime rate is relatively low, and as a tourist, you should only be worried about petty theft in destinations frequented by tourists. Otherwise, Montenegrin people are hot and friendly.


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