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Expat Guide to Montenegro

Moving to Montenegro

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Expats in Montenengro

As a multicultural country, Montenegro is very open towards expatriation. Its economy, which is mainly driven by the services sector, is quite promising for expatriates looking forward to settle and work here.

Best Places to Live in Montenegro

It really depends what you like. Ulcinj, Bar, Petrovac, Budva, Kotor, Tivat, Lustica, Herceg Novi are all coastal areas, and all are very different. You'd probably have to experience all of them to decide which one is for you!

Tivat and Herceg Novi are better places to live year-round because they are much sunnier than Kotor (the sun sets around 3pm in the winter there.). Budva is too crowded in the summer, and too empty in the winter.

Podgorica is the capital of Montenegro and by far is the largest city in the country, even though its size is rather small by the European standards.

Our Advice

Spend at least a year in some specific place before you get settled. Doing so you will realize if you truly like the place.






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