Britain’s biggest low-cost airline EasyJet has just confirmed that next year it will introduce another seasonal line to the Montenegrin coast, this time from Switzerland, between Geneva and Tivat. The aircraft type is the Airbus A-319 flying twice a week, every Saturday from July 1 to September 2. Flights will take off from Geneva at 13:20 am and return from Tivat at 16.00. Easyjet has…
”Soaring mountains, shimmering bays, stunning coastline and Venetian style architecture put Montenegro on the top of my list to buy a home” – Eddie Sikora, Director of the Luxury Property Show – which comes to London in October – shares his tips on the top five countries in the world to buy a luxury home in 2017. Montenegro is his…
This 350-year-old villa in Perast amazes even The New York Times – they wrote the whole story about it and asked our agent Ivana Vukicevic to explain buying basics for Montenegrin market to all luxury lovers and Mediterranean aficionados! You can find full article here
Wizz Air will start flying from Podgorica to Milan and Munich this August, more information on https://wizzair.com/en-GB/about_us/news/wizzen423
In addition to the flights from Manchester to Tivat that will start in March , easyJet announced the flights from London Heathrow to Tivat: more information on this link
The Sunday Times interviewed our head of marketing, Andrea Marston. Read ‘A tale of three cities’ – about Budva, spectacular Montenegrin coastline and emerging property market which attracts many Britons in search of the sunny seaside Sea more on http://www.thesundaytimes.co.uk/sto/style/homes_and_gardens/overseas_property/article1666868.ece (subscription needed) or click here to open the pdf file 20160216125258694
From the summer 2016 Easy Jet will start regular flights from Manchester to Tivat, Montenegro. You can find more information here
NATO secretary general Jans Stontelberg has announced that Montenegro has been formally invited to join the alliance. The invitation marks the beginning of accession talks that will take about a year to complete. This is the alliance’s first expansion after Croatia and Albania joined NATO in 2009.
As Montenegro is waiting for the invitation to join NATO there is a question will the Russian continue investing, you can find the full article here
Foreign property buyers are able to obtain a one year residency permit based on the ownership of a property in Montenegro regardless of its value. The permit can be renewed annually. The permit can only be obtained by owners of houses, apartments, commercial units, hotels, restaurants and holiday homes. Ownership of a plot of land, ruin or non residential building…
The government of Montenegro will set no minimum price paid for property by foreign citizens who would like to obtain a residency permit. It will be possible to get a one year residency permit based on ownership of the property regardless of its value. Each year the permit can be extended.
After voting Jaz beach as the best beach in Europe in June this year, Lonely Planet has now placed Kotor as their number one city to visit in 2016. Clearly they’ve fallen in love with Montenegro too!