Montenegro Visa – How To Apply For A Montenegrin Visa
Do you have travel plans to Montenegro in the future? You will not need to acquire a Montenegro Visa in order to travel to Montenegro for up to 3 months. Though you do not need a visa, when you arrive in Montenegro you must register with the Montenegro police department. If you are planning on staying in a hotel, then you will automatically be registered with the Montenegro police station. Otherwise, you will have to make it your duty to register with the Montenegro police department. If you do not register, you will face a fine or you will be barred from the country, in some cases, you can be arrested.
In regards to your passport, you should ensure that you have a valid and up to date passport. Your passport should have a minimum of 3 months validity on it after you depart Montenegro. We suggest a minimum of 6 months validity to be left on your passport to help avoid any issues from arising.
Also, you should make sure that you have enough blank visa pages in your passport book before your travel. This will allow for Montenegro immigration to stamp your passport book with the necessary stamps throughout your trip. The minimum amount of pages recommended to be left blank are (2).
Finally, if you will be connecting to another flight on the way to Montenegro, you should inquire with your airline company about the specifics of the flight. Oftentimes, countries may require a transit visa if you will be staying in that country for a specific duration of time while waiting for your connecting flight.
Montenegro Embassy & Consulate Information
|Embassy & Consulate||Address||Phone Number|
|Embassy of Montenegro||
1610 New Hampshire Avenue NW
|Consulate General of Montenegro
801 2nd Avenue 7th Floor
Additional Montenegro Information
|Language||Serbian, Bosniak, Albanian, Croatian|
|Electricity||Voltage: 230 V
Frequency: 50 Hz
Power sockets: type F
|Time Zone||CET (UTC+1)|