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How to reach Ada Bojana or the Great Beach

If you arrive in Montenegro by plane, you will land at one of the two airports, Podgorica Airport or Tivat Airport. In both cases, you will have another two hours of road driving (ie 93km from Podgorica and 100 km from Tivat) to Ada Bojana.

Taxes in Montenegro in the summer season cost around 2 EUR start and 50-70 Euro cents one kilometer. The usual price from Podgorica to Ulcinj is 40 Euro.

If you decide to travel by bus, it will come out much cheaper, but buses only travel to Ulcinj. From here you will again have to take a taxi to Ada or the Great Beaches, it most often comes around 12eur.

Phone and internet in Montenegro

The international phone number for Montenegro is (+ 382).
There are three mobile telephony operators in Montenegro: Telenor (069), T-mobile (067) i M: tel (068).

You can buy pre-paid prepaid packages from each of the three operators (around 3eur number + 3eur credit for the conversation) and later on the refreshments to refill the credit. In the operator's outlets (the closest ones are in Ulcinj), you can also buy internet cards and USB devices for the 3G sigal which totally exits the 30eur.

Useful phones
Podgorica Airport: + 382 (0) 20 444 244
Aerodrome Tivat: + 382 (0) 32 670 960
Bus station Podgorica: + 382 (0) 20 620 430
Bus station Tivat: + 382 (0) 32 672 620
Bus station Ulcinj: + 382 (0) 30 413 225

Roadside assistance: 1280
Information about subscriber numbers: 1181
Fire station: 123
Police: 122
Ambulance: 124
Taxes

Tourists are obliged to apply for a stay and pay a residence tax within 12 hours upon arrival. Most often, your host will offer you to do it for you, but you can also apply for yourself at the Info Points of the Tourist Organization of Ulcinj. In the territory of the Municipality of Ulcinj, the fee is 0,70 cents from 2017. years.

If you are not a guest of the Ada Bojana Hotel, you will pay 5eur per person to the island of Ada Bojana.

TO Info desk

Tourist organization Ulcinj
TO Ulcin has a total of 5 Info-counters, of which 3 are located in Ulcinj: near the bus station, on a plate near Male beach, at Teutin Boulevard, one is in the center of Zaje and one at the border crossing Sukobin. Here, tourists can get printed brochures about this region with maps and tour suggestions, as well as register your stay with IDs.
Phone. 382 (0) 30 412 333

Payment and currency

The official euro currency (EUR), if you have a foreign currency, you can exchange it with banks and exchange offices. Payment by credit cards is possible in most restaurants, shops and hotels.

Pošta

Place
Zip Code
ADDRESS
Phone
S Ulcinj 85360 Majke Tereze bb
030 / 412-999
S Ulcinj 85362 Hafis or Ulqinaku bb 030 / 412-256
S Vladimir 85366 Skadarski put bb 030 / 459-237
U Štoj 85367
T Great beach 85361 Velika plaža bb

S - permanent mail, U - contract mail, T - season mail

Food and water

Supermarkets: Solaris (due to good prices and great selection of goods, this is one of the most popular chain of stores in this region), Roda, Kallaba, Adriatic, etc. All flights are open to 23: 00.
Bakeries (Alb. Furra): in the whole region there are many bakeries that usually have excellent burek and kifla, they usually work late into the night and early morning. In them you will rarely find pastries of integral and any other flour other than white.
Market: Ulcinj Market, is famous for its rich offer of local and fresh fruits, vegetables, fish, olive products, etc. Fresh fruits and vegetables can also be bought along the highway on the way to Ada Bojana where peasants sell mostly their products, although in the last few years more and more imported products have become increasingly frequent.

Water from the fountain is drinks in Ulcinj and Stoja, but those with a more sensitive stomach may not be comfortable. Water on the island of Ada Bojana as well as on the slaughterhouses at Bojana is not for drinking.

Language

The official language is Montenegrin (which is understandable to all exyu nations), the Albanian language is also much talked about, because in this region of Montenegro the Albanian population is mostly representative.
In addition, locals here speak English well, and often German thanks to work abroad.

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