The country is situated on the Balkan Peninsula in Southeastern Europe; Montenegro is known for its stunning and unsurpassed natural beauty. The country was declared a sovereign nation in 2006; Montenegro is a member of NATO, has adopted Euro as its official currency and is a candidate to be considered for EU membership.
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Montenegro is a place of unspoiled mountains as well as sparkling lakes. It also has an estimated 629,000 inhabitants who are well-known for its warm, welcoming atmosphere. The magnificent Mount Lovcen can be found in the center of the country. The stunning Adriatic Coast spans 273 km that is lined with beautiful sandy beaches and is home to the luxurious Porto Montenegro, one of the most sought-after luxury destinations in Europe. The natural harbour is the home of superyachts, helicopter fleets, stunning homes, and luxurious nightclubs.
Nearby is the medieval town of Kotor located in the UNESCO World Heritage Site where the landscape of the mountains frames Venetian, Austrian, and baroque-style architecture. Tourism is the main factor in this secure and stable economy and Montenegro is frequently ranked among the most sought-after tourist destinations.
The World Bank classifies Montenegro as one of the fastest-growing Balkan economies. The nation is fast making itself a crucial strategic location for many of the world’s biggest industries.
The Montenegrin passport is ranked 46th on the TEG Passport Index, providing the holders with visa-free entry-per-arrival visas to 124 countries around the world including Hong Kong, Russia, Singapore, Turkey, the UAE as well as the European countries of the Schengen Area. The primary language used is Montenegrin however Serbian, Bosnian, and Croatian are also spoken. The currency of the country is the euro.