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Tips on Travelling to Montenegro

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Castle on Island on the lake in Montenegro

When we are travelling to another country, we tend to make sure that we travel to distant places and we eat at the best restaurants and stay at the best hotels. There are many vloggers who travel around the world and experiencing things good or bad so that you don’t have to experience them.

We have seen many people get heavily scammed and some even get involved in illegal activity even though they did not do it intentionally. And same of these people get jailed and some are deported and even banned for life.

Travelling to unknown country can easy for some and difficult for many. People who are smart, they easily handle the scammers and the fraudsters but the people who are not so sharp and who are innocent, they get easily scammed.

Even though there are some countries that are said to be the safest in the world but still they get scammed. One cannot blame the country that they got scammed, it’s the people who do all kinds of scam.

Internationally, there are many stats that show that the most scammers target the tourists and different kind of crimes are occurred with them as well. But if you opt for the Montenegro citizenship program, there is a two or three percent chance that you will get scammed.

You must be wondering that why we are recommending this country and about the Dominica citizenship by investment and that is because there are less than 10,00,000 people in this country which means less crime rate as well.

If you are now interested in getting the Montenegro visa mentioned above, then we suggest that you keep reading because here we have mentioned some tips about travelling to Montenegro;

Free visa: if you have the passport of the below countries than you don’t need to get visa to get to Montenegro and you can stay there for 90 days but you have to have a return ticket;

  • Europe.
  • Australia.
  • New Zealand.
  • Canada.
  • United States.

The official language: the official language is Montenegrin but mostly English is spoken there.

No credit cards: carry as much cash as you can because most places do not accept a credit card.

No negotiation: the street vendors mostly don’t negotiate, they will have a list of prices outside the store.