Welcome to our Montenegro Limo Service Company FAQ page!

Here you will find answers to commonly asked questions about our services and policies. If you have any additional questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact us. Our team is dedicated to providing you with the best possible limo service experience in Montenegro.

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Visitors from most countries, including the US and EU, don’t need a visa to enter Montenegro for up to 90 days. Check the Montenegrin government website for the latest visa requirements.

The official language in Montenegro is Montenegrin, but Serbian, Bosnian, and Croatian are also commonly spoken.

Yes, visitors can drive in Montenegro with their foreign driver’s license, as long as it’s valid.

The best ways to get around Montenegro are by car, bus, or taxi. Renting a car is the most convenient option for exploring the country, but buses are a cheaper alternative.

Montenegrin cuisine is a blend of Mediterranean and Balkan flavors. Some traditional dishes to try include Cevapi (grilled meat served with flatbread and onion), Njegusi prosciutto (smoked ham), and Kacamak (a type of polenta made with cornmeal and potato).

Tipping is not mandatory in Montenegro, but it’s appreciated in restaurants and for taxi rides. A tip of 10% of the bill is usually sufficient.

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