It takes only two hours to get to Montenegro from most of the European capitals. There are two international airports – in Podgorica (12 km from the city) and Tivat (4km from the city centre).
Passenger and freight ferries regularly operate on the lines Bar-Bari and Bar-Ancona. The ports of Bar, Budva, Kotor and Herceg-Novi have a status of ports for international traffic.
The roads are good and the sea and high mountains are connected by the Adriatic road and the new road Risan-Žabljak. The fastest way to reach the sea from Podgorica is through the tunnel Sozina.
Montenegro has a railway which is through Belgrade connected with the railway network of Europe. Its last stop is the city of Bar and railway goes through Podgorica, Kolašin, Mojkovac and Bijelo Polje. In summer time railway traffic is intensified.
Montenegro is located between 41º 52´-43º 42´ north latitude and 18º26´- 20 º 22´ east longitudes and belongs to the central Mediterranean that is Southern Europe. To the north it borders Serbia, to the southeast Kosovo and Albania, to the south it is separated from Italy by the Adriatic Sea and to the west it borders Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Površina: 13.812 km²
Length of borders: 614 km
Capital: Podgorica (186.000 inhabitants)