Bus – since Montenegro is a small, growing country, its capital (Podgorica), despite the fact that it’s the country’s largest city, has a population of just 150,000 residents. Incredibly, for those staying in downtown Podgorica, one can get by with walking to many relevant places in the area (including the Mall of Montenegro – which even has a Ramada hotel on-site). For those going further out, there are a number of bus lines:
Bus N°6 runs from the bus and train stations to Hotel Crna Gora, the main bus hub in the city centre. Buses N°4, 5, 8 and 9 run from there to the city hospital, while buses N°7 and 4 run west to the Novi Grad business area. Buses N°1, 7, 8 and 9 run to the market. Buses depart from their terminal (Trg Golootočkih žrtava) every 30 minutes or so, starting at the top and bottom of the hour. Buy a ticket on board for €0.80.
Note: local bus service is limited, and the local infrastructure is not developed enough to offer maps of their routes. One is best advised to ask locals for more information.