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Our Expat Community in Montenegro Welcomes You!

Zdravo, and a warm welcome to our expat community in Montenegro! As a platform developed to connect expatriates around the world, InterNations is here to help you through the trials and tribulations of moving to a foreign land. Many expats in Montenegro have made use of our wide range of resources while in the process of moving here, or to adapt to their new environment after they've arrived. Please also feel free to add to our communal knowledge by sharing your own experiences. Simply join InterNations and you can find the answers to all the important questions you might have, such as accessing healthcare in Podgorica, avoiding the tourist traps along the Budva Riviera and the differences between the Serbian, Croatian and Montenegrin languages. Our mix of experienced and newly arrived expats will be happy to offer their perspectives, making InterNations your door to Montenegro's international community. Through InterNations, you can connect with fellow global minds and develop a richer, fuller understanding of the Montenegrin way of life. A forward-looking and rapidly developing nation, what Montenegro lacks in size it certainly makes up for in character. The area provides a variety of unique experiences to the adventurous expat, from taking in some of Europe's most breathtaking coastal views, to joining the festivities at the annual Kotor Carnival.

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  • International Shipping.
    3 replies
    Apr 16, 9:21 AM
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    Sorry for the slow reply, but thankyou both muchly for your information. I will get onto Darko at AGS and see what he has to say.

  • Bikes to buy
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    Sep 13, 4:57 PM
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    Thanks Zuzana, we're going this weekend to look. You and Sinisa provided a few places for us to compare bikes and prices. Hopefully my colleagues will find what they want. Many thanks! Corine

  • Optical Business
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    Sep 25, 8:40 PM
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    Thank you. We found a small shop right here in Tivat. It is located down he road fro Novito, toward the main road. The lady spoke english well, and provided us with new glsses from Italy in only 4 …

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Embark on Your Life as an Expat in Montenegro

One of the youngest independent nations in Europe, Montenegro nevertheless has a rich and storied history. A member state of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia for much of the 20th century, it finally declared independence from its union with the neighbor state of Serbia in 2006. In the subsequent decade, the country has seen considerable economic growth and social development. Many expats are drawn to investment opportunities in key industries such as tourism, energy and construction. Tourism is a particularly important element of Montenegro's economic success, with many expatriates taking advantage of favorable conditions in the country to set up or invest in local businesses that serve the thousands of holidaymakers who flock to Montenegro's stunning beach resorts every year. The overall picture of Montenegro is of a welcoming and enterprising nation that welcomes visitors with open arms, with beautiful scenery and a relaxed pace of life offering a wide variety of pleasures to settling expats.

InterNations is the largest global network for expatriates, with communities in 420 cities around the world. Meet fellow global minds in your city of residence or get to know local expatriates before you're moving or traveling abroad and never feel like a stranger. InterNations makes it easy for you to stay in touch with your expat friends, both online and offline, so you can grow your network of friends and contacts from all over the world. Whether they live in Italy or Philippines, InterNations allows you to be close to them even if they are miles away.

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InterNations is a unique community for expats who agree to abide by the guiding principles of trust, respect, and a welcoming attitude that make up the essential components of our platform. This, together with our “membership by approval only” model, means you can interact with your fellow expats in a safe and secure environment. So don't hesitate to pose any questions relevant to living in Montenegro that you might have! These might include practicalities such as taxation, property laws and public transport links to Serbia, Albania, Kosovo and Bosnia & Herzegovina, or planning social and hobby-based activities such as joining a walking group, taking a language course, or sampling some classic Balkan cuisine at one of Montenegro's many delicious restaurants. Social activities in Montenegro are further covered by our InterNations Groups which regularly organize get-togethers based on a range of interests. Don't forget that InterNations also runs regular, larger events, where you can mix with fellow expats in a friendly and informal environment.

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