Fähreto Montenegro

Travel by ferry to Montenegro! Travelling to Montenegro couldn't be more relaxed than by ferry. This way you start your Montenegro holiday rested and without stress.

Currently there is only one ferry connection to Montenegro. From Bari in Italy, the route runs twice a week to Bar.

Search & Book Ferries to Montenegro

Use our ferry search to find your ferry to Montenegro. We compare the offers of different shipping companies on each route. So you always get the cheapest offer for your Montenegroferry. Check availability and timetables now.


All ferries to Montenegro

Here you find all current ferry connections to Montenegro.

Ferry connection Country of origin & country of destination Number &
Duration of trip
Shipping company
Fähre Bari – Bar Ferry from Italien to Montenegro 2 mal wöchentlich
8 Stunde(n) 8 Minuten
Jadrolinija

All ferries from Montenegro

Here you find all current ferry connections from Montenegro.

Ferry connection Country of origin & country of destination Number &
Duration of trip
Shipping company
Fähre Bar – Bari Ferry from Montenegro to Italien 2 mal wöchentlich
8 Stunde(n) 8 Minuten
Jadrolinija

Ferry ports in Montenegro

You can find an overview of all ferry ports in Montenegro here.

Ports
Bar

Travel guide Montenegro

Holiday in Montenegro

Relatively little is known about Montenegro. The capital is called Podgorica. However, if you look more closely, you will quickly discover the beauties of the country. Picturesque coastal towns, crystal clear waters and unspoilt nature make the country attractive for holidaymakers. Moreover, the tourist masses have not yet reached Montenegro. Combined with delicious local cuisine and warm hospitality, this makes for the ideal holiday destination.


TOP excursion destinations in Montenegro

The picturesque harbour town of Kotor is considered the most beautiful in the country. Its old town is car-free and the historic houses are lovingly restored. The walkable city wall is five kilometres long. On Trg Oktobarske revolucije, the main square of Kotor, stands the three-storey (slightly leaning) clock tower. Also worth seeing are the churches of the village and the Palata Pima, a palace from the 14th century. The small church island of Gospa od Škrpjela is also beautiful and can only be reached by boat.

The small harbour town of Budva promises relaxed holidays. The old town offers a city wall, a citadel, churches and numerous winding streets. With fine sand and crystal clear waters, Budva’s beaches are among the most beautiful in the country. Several times a day a boat crosses to the rocky island of Sveti Nikola, inhabited only by a lighthouse keeper.

The shining white monastery of Ostrog is one of the most important pilgrimage sites in Montenegro. It was founded in the 17th century and inspires with its architecture built into the rock. After St. Mary’s Church and the Church of the Holy Cross, visitors can look forward to the cave churches with their artistic frescoes. They were applied directly to the stone.

Magnificent views await you during a visit to the mausoleum of Petar II Petrovic Njegos on the top of Jezerski. The famous Serbian poet’s last wish was fulfilled here, because he wanted to be buried exactly on this spot.

A fascinating play of colours in blue promises the Blue Grotto near Herceg Novi. From here the boats go to the grotto. The color of the water is really intense, responsible for this is the incoming sunlight. There are several moorings in the cave, so swimming and snorkelling is possible. From here, it’s not far to the eerie prison island of Mamula.

Montenegro’s mountains can be actively discovered in the Durmitor National Park. Here you will find Bobotov Kuk, at 2,522 meters it is the highest peak in the country. The Tara Gorge also holds a record: at 1,300 metres, it is the deepest gorge in Europe. Glacial lakes, rivers and ski resorts make the national park attractive in every season. Bears and wolves still roam through the natural forests.


Entry requirements

For German citizens, entry to Montenegro is possible with a passport and children’s passport. For transit or for a stay of up to 30 days, an identity card is sufficient. It should be noted that all travel documents must be valid for at least three months. A visa is not currently required.


Alternative travel options

A journey by car, bus and train is possible from Germany without any problems. However, long driving times must be expected on the journey through Austria, Slovenia and Croatia. Montenegro has two international airports, Podgorica and Tivat.


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