Category Archives: TRANSPORTATION

Bus

Bus
Bus

 

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.

TAXI

TAXI
TAXI

 

TAXI – for those staying in the capital (Podgorica), taxis are probably the best way to get around, due to the limited public transportation (bus) services available there. Fares run at around €.40 per km (with total fare running at around €5, due to the relatively small size of Podgorica).

Here are phone numbers for taxi services in Podgorica:

City: +382 197 11
DeLux: +382 197 06
Elite: +382 197 08
President: +382 197 22
Red Line: +382 197 14
Royal: +382 197 02

The following are taxi companies that serve Kodor:

Ðir Taxi: +382 19737
Red Taxi: +382 67 635 209
Taxi Kodor: +382 69 049 763
Terrae Taxi: +382 69 444 334

 

The following are taxi companies that serve Budva:

Eco Taxi: +382 19567
Terrae Taxi: +382 67 248 899
VIP Taxi: +382 19666