How to get there

Podgorica is at the crossroads of many roads. Safety is something that goes hand in hand with the hospitality of the population when you come to the capital of Montenegro. Podgorica has an exceptional geographical location, good traffic and air connections. The proximity of European centers, north and south of Montenegro make it easily accessible. The distance from the Adriatic Sea is about 40 km by air and 60 km by land and only 19 km from Lake Skadar. It is located at a distance of 12 km from Podgorica Airport, 81 km from Tivat Airport and 153 km from Ćilipi Airport near Dubrovnik (Croatia).

Distance from other cities in Montenegro:

How to get there by plane?

Podgorica Airport (TGD) is located in Podgorica and is one of two airports in Montenegro. The second one is located in Tivat (TIV). Podgorica Airport is a public airport with international traffic and is located 12 km from Podgorica. All the contents of this facility strongly contribute to the overall airport offer and make the airport capable of meeting the needs of passengers in the best possible way. The companies that operate regularly at this airport are: Air Montenegro, Air Serbia, Turkish Airlines, Austrian Airways, and during the summer, numerous charter airlines.

How to get there by train?

The headquarters of the Railway Transport of Montenegro is located in the capital. The train station in Podgorica is located in a very convenient location, near the city center, in the immediate vicinity of the bus station. The total length of the railway network in Montenegro is 335.46 km. This network connects Montenegro with Serbia and Albania. The most important railway is Bar-Belgrade, which is important for the economy of Montenegro, Serbia and Europe, and which also brings tourists from Serbia, Albania, Hungary, the Czech Republic and Russia. Railway transport has developed cooperation with railway administrations from the surrounding area. Therefore, as part of the European railway system, it is directly involved in activities related to the organization of passenger transport and participates in international meetings where the organization and timetable of trains for the transport of passengers between European railway administrations are agreed upon.

How to get there by bus?

Today, this important communication hub operates as part of the company “Intours”, a privately owned joint-stock company for tourism, transport and services. It is located in a very convenient location, near the city center, in the neighborhood of the Podgorica Railway Station, on an area of approx. 20,000 square meters. Even after more than 40 years of operation, it meets the strictest spatial and technical requirements for the reception and dispatch of buses and passenger traffic. Over a million service users annually make the Bus Station a truly large and important communication and social center. Equipped with the latest technology for issuing tickets, modern solutions for quick and easy circulation of passengers, improved complementary contents, ASP is one of the most representative facilities of its kind in the region and the only one in Montenegro that meets the criteria on the basis of which it received the “A” category bus station certificate.v

How to get there by car?

Podgorica, with its position at the crossroads of many roads and its proximity to European centers, is a place that is easy to get to in several ways. Main transit routes: north (E65, E80), towards Belgrade and Central Europe, west (E762), towards Nikšić, Bosnia and Western Europe, south (E65, E80), towards the Adriatic coast and east (E762), towards Albania. Highway direction: Petrovac na moru – Podgorica – Kolašin – Bijelo Polje – border of Serbia (connects the north and south of the country).

The modern Sozina tunnel shortened the journey from Podgorica to Bar to less than an hour, while the planned highway will pass near Podgorica and thus facilitate and speed up the journey from Podgorica to the northern and southern regions of the country.

The first public charging station for electric cars was put into operation in Podgorica. The filling station is located in front of the Assembly of the Capital City, at the intersection of Njegoševa and Vučedolska streets, and is the first of three planned public filling stations in Podgorica.