Montenegro on lifted restrictions list
In response to a recommendation by the Council of the European Union, the restrictions on non-essential travel into Montenegro will be gradually lifted from 1st July 2021.
Based on the criteria and conditions set out in the Council’s recommendation, in particular, the nation’s current epidemiological situation and containment measures, Montenegro is now allowed to welcome visitors from Member States and third countries on the recommendation list at their external borders. Please note; while the Council recommends that Montenegro reopens their borders to residents of these countries restriction-free, the authorities may still impose restrictions such as a negative Coronavirus test or self-isolation on arrival.
Delve into Montenegro’s medieval history in the Palace of Living History
Housed in the remains of a Dominican Monastery, the Palace of Living History in Kotor old town enables visitors to really get under the skin of the nation’s medieval history.
Removing the glass barriers of regular exhibitions, this interactive open-air museum offers a unique insight into Montenegro’s past. Visitors can take a guided tour of the palace and relive some of the most dramatic moments in Kotor’s military history. Experience a sword fight, handle replicas of medieval weapons or learn how to make rope and mint coins as they explore life in medieval Montenegro.