One of the top travel destinations for a much-needed vacation in 2021 is Montenegro and the One & Only resort due to open in March 2021.
Spring 2021 cannot come soon enough for most of who are itching to travel.
Until now, the luxury-travel group One&Only has confined its five-star finesse to Asia, Africa, Australia and Mexico. But it will make its European debut in March, eight months later than planned.
When its Portonovi resort (oneandonlyresorts.com/portonovi) opens on the Montenegrin coast at Herceg Novi (it’s July 2020 due date having gone back to October, then the new year). Amenities will include a Giorgio Locatelli restaurant.
Positioned just off the open Adriatic coastline, at the elegant entrance to Boka Bay in Herceg Novi, One&Only Portonovi is the jewel of Montenegro’s flourishing new riviera. Montenegro has a Mediterranean climate on the coast, with alpine conditions in the mountains. So the weather will be amazing.
Inhabited since antiquity, Boka Bay harbours captivating sights including hidden monasteries within caves, mythical citadels, and jaw-dropping sea and mountain views from each and every angle.
Its well-preserved medieval towns of Kotor, Risan, Tivat, Perast, Prčanj, and Herceg Novi host an attractive cultural mix due to the frequent political changes under the Venetian, French, Austro-Hungarian and Ottoman rule throughout its dramatic history.
COVID-19 Travel precautions
Industry experts are in unison that airport testing and a vaccine will be crucial cogs in the recovery.
Each of the holidays for next year detailed is predicated on these pandemic-controlling measures – and on relative normality of open borders and safe passage.
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Travel guide to Montenegro
Passports & Visas
All visitors to Montenegro must present a passport valid for at least 6 months from date of travel. Visa requirements for entering Montenegro vary significantly from country to country. Click here for more information.
The official language of Montenegro is Montenegrin, although Bosnian, Serbian, Croatian and Albanian are also languages in official use.
The Euro is the official currency of Montenegro.