Ferries to Montenegro

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More about Montenegro

Montenegro is one of the newest countries in Europe, yet at the same time has a long and distinguished history.

Its proud cultural past is combined with a dynamic and exciting political future - and who can forget Montenegro's many exciting entries into the Eurovision Song Contest. If nothing else persuades you to take time to explore this country, you have to at least go to work out where on earth such musical oddities came from!

The Monastery of Ostrog is well worth a visit. This sixteenth century building is set into a cliff face and has long been a seat of the Serbian Orthodox Church. It is one of the most famous monasteries in the region.

Skadar Lake is the biggest freshwater lake in the the Balkans. You can get here by public transport and, once you've arrived, there are unrivaled opportunities for birdwatching.

Montenegro Travel Guide

Becoming independent only in 2006, Montenegro is one of the newest countries in Europe. It has both a rich sense of cultural heritage and a forward looking optimism that greets the future with hope.

The idea of Montenegro has existed for over 1000 years. However, the small state of Montenegro has often been the pawn of bigger powers in the region. Whilst this has at times resulted in the loss of a lot of blood, it has also left behind a cultural richness that simply begs to be experienced.


Travelling in Montenegro

Buses are the easiest and cheapest way to get around Montenegro, though you should take lots of water with you, as buses in Montenegro are not generally air conditioned. Alternatively, you might consider taking the train if you want to travel from the north to the South of the country.

Driving in Montenegro is also a possibility, though lack of investment during the Communist era means that many roads are in poor condition. It is unusual for it to be legal to drive more than 50mph; it is even more unusual for it to be safe to drive more than 50mph. Not that this stops the locals, who it seems compete in unannounced competitions to see who can survive the longest whilst still driving like a maniac.

It is unusual for it to be legal to drive more than 50mph; it is even more unusual for it to be safe to drive more than 50mph.


Things to see in Montenegro

The Monastery of Ostrog is well worth a visit. This sixteenth century building is set into a cliff face and has long been a seat of the Serbian Orthodox Church. It is one of the most famous monasteries in the region.

Skadar Lake is the biggest freshwater lake in the Balkans. You can get here by public transport and, once you've arrived, there are unrivalled opportunities for birdwatching. There are also many picturesque villages and churches to be explored. When you combine this with the ability to get a boat trip on the lake, you could happily spend a holiday in this area of Montenegro.

The monastry of Ostrog is set into a cliff face and has long been a seat of the Serbian Orthodox Church

AFerry.co.uk offers the best way to find the cheapest ferry routes to Montenegro with its easy to use booking form. Begin your holiday on a ferry and start relaxing straight away!

Reviews

  • 22 Aug 2015
    Terrible check in
    • Lovely cabin and reasonably priced food. Service mixed - waiting and bar staff abrupt to the point of rudeness but housekeeping friendly and helpful. Wait of 2 hours in queue tp pick up tickets was disgraceful with only one poor woman manning the counter. Delay of over 3 hours in departure and late arrival.

      Review by KIM HODGES

  • 14 Jun 2014
    Bari-Bar ferry
    • The check in process was disorganized and extremely lengthy. The ferry is in relatively poor condition. Emergency exits were chained and padlocked. The cabin A/C did not work. The limited staff they had were hard working and helpful. Would not repeat.

      Review by Anon

  • 03 Aug 2013
    From Italy to Montenegro
    • The time and the route was very convenient for us on our European Road-Trip. The Bari harbor staff and signs could have been better, now it was quite chaotic. I guess that is just the Italian way and as a structured Scandinavian I have seen much better. Loading the ferry was too quite chaotic, with backing onto the boat as an interesting part. The cabin was very plain and sparse, but it filled its purpose. If being transported while you sleep is your main goal, this one does it's job. If you expect the ferry trip to be an experience... well, then there are probably fancier options.

      Review by Anon

  • 31 Jul 2013
    Modest but cheap
    • Check-in was slow and laborious. Services on board are modest, the ship is old, but renovated and clean. Cabins are very modest. The staff is cool, but kind and obligingly. Price is the best compared with other options for crossing of the Adriatic from Bari.

      Review by Aleksandar Dekanski

  • 24 Sep 2012
    Smooth sailing
    • Not one problem - From check-in to arrival, everything was easy and well done.

      Review by Anon

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