Is driving easy in Montenegro?
Yes, it is absolutely safe to drive anywhere in Montenegro. Even if you have little experience driving you’ll be totally fine in cities and between them. Driving in the mountains on narrow or unpaved roads can be somewhat a challenge for some people. But overall driving in Montenegro is easy and safe.
Is Montenegro right hand drive?
Gas Stations and the Rules of the Road
Driving in Montenegro is on the right hand side of the road. All individuals within a vehicle are required to wear seat belts.
How do you get around in Montenegro?
When it comes to getting around the country of Montenegro, bus is your best option. The country is small, cut with deep rivers and rolling mountains, and just a few hours away from places like Croatia and Bosnia. There are a few railway lines, but buses are the way to go here.
How long does it take to drive through Montenegro?
Montenegro is a small country. This means it is easy to explore it within ten days. We’d suggest staying in one place and driving in a different direction each day. There are a number of places that work well as a base for a road trip in Montengro.
What is driving like in Montenegro?
What side of the road does Montenegro drive on? In Montenegro, you drive on the right hand side of the road. If you’re driving along the Bay of Kotor, you might want to consider driving north to south if you want clear views of the water.
What do I need to rent a car in Montenegro?
To hire a vehicle in Montenegro, you’ll need your foreign passport and driving license. The driver must be over 22 years old and have at least 2 years of driving experience. You may have to pay a deposit from €50 to €300.
What is the speed limit in Montenegro?
Seatbelts are mandatory and you should carry your passport with you at any time. Speed limits in Montenegro are: Town and city: 50 km/h. Open Roads: 80 km/h.
Do you need a car to visit Montenegro?
You don’t need a rental car to explore Montenegro. While the country is mountainous and therefore journeys take longer, travelling around Montenegro by train and bus is actually very feasible and has the added benefit that you can fully enjoy the stunning scenery.
How much does it cost to rent a car in Montenegro?
Cheap car rentals in Montenegro
Is Montenegro expensive for tourists?
Of the Balkan countries, Montenegro sits at about mid-range cost-of-living-wise, being neither the cheapest nor the most expensive country we visited. Especially compared to Western Europe, North America, Australia or New Zealand, Montenegro is quite affordable to travel/live in.
Do I need an International Driving Permit for Montenegro?
Licences and documents
To drive you must have a valid driving licence and International Driving Permit (IDP). The correct IDP is the one issued in accordance with the 1968 UN Convention on Road Traffic. 1949 IDPs previously issued by the UK may no longer be accepted in Montenegro.
How many days are enough for Montenegro?
2 days in Montenegro is not enough time to see everything, but it is enough time to enjoy a few of the many highlights. Ideally, five days or longer is perfect, which is enough time to explore the coastal towns, relax in Kotor, and then go inland.