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Montenegro has tightened entry rules for foreign tourists

For those who are planning a vacation in Montenegro, you need to read the current rules of entry in 2021.

New rules for entry into Montenegro from March 13

The country’s authorities are once again tightening entry rules for foreign tourists. To travel to Montenegro, you must provide one of three documents:

  • Negative PCR test for COVID-19, which is made no later than 48 hours before crossing the border.
  • Antibody test (valid for 1 month), not exceeding 1 month.
  • Certificate of vaccination from COVID-19.

Previously, these documents are not required to enter the country.

Restrictions in Montenegro

Currently, the country imposes a number of restrictions aimed at combating the spread of coronavirus.

  • Movement between regions of the country is limited, and some educational institutions are closed.
  • Shopping malls and shops are open from 07:00 until 20:00.
  • Catering establishments are open until 18:00.
  • In some regions of the country, the work of shopping centers and cafes has been temporarily suspended. These are Budva, Tivat, Bar, Kotor and others.
  • Recreation facilities are open until 18:00 (cinemas, museums, theaters).
  • Many catering establishments work only for takeaway.
  • Curfew is introduced from 21:00 to 05:00.

Montenegro has tightened entry rules for foreign tourists

Do I need to be quarantined in Montenegro?

All interested foreigners are allowed into the country. No quarantine is required upon arrival. You need to provide only one version of the document confirming the absence of coronavirus (COVID-19 test, antibody test, or vaccination certificate).

Quarantine will be required only if the tourist does not have any of these documents. Then self-isolation will last 14 days.

What documents are needed for a trip to Montenegro

With the exception of the coronavirus test, the procedure for entering the country remained the same.

List of documents:

  • COVID-19 test (or antibody test or vaccination certificate).
  • You do not need a visa to travel to Montenegro. You can stay in the country without a visa for no more than 30 days. If the period of stay in the country is longer, it is necessary to apply for a visa to Montenegro.
  • The passport must be valid for 90 days after leaving the country.
  • Travel insurance. It is best to take out insurance in Montenegro with coronavirus coverage.

How to get insurance for Montenegro

To travel to Montenegro during a pandemic, you need to take out insurance with coronavirus coverage. But insurance protects not only in case of COVID-19. The policy includes different risks depending on the chosen insurance program.

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