🟢 Open to international travelers
There are no entry requirements for Montenegro.
Use this resource to book a PCR or antigen test near you. Regardless of the clinic you choose, make sure to request a test certificate in English.
Yes. Vaccines are available in most clinics, even for tourists, if they're paying the local tourist tax. When you book a hotel or any other accommodation, you will be charged tourist tax depending on the length of your stay (roughly around 1€ per day). Your accommodation will take care of this so there's no extra step for you apart from payment.
Montenegro is still a candidate country to be a member of the European Union, so you won't be spending your Schengen area days while you're here. With a tourist visa, you can stay up to 90 days during a 180-day period, counted from the first entry date.
As a digital nomad, you have 2 options for long-term stays:
Montenegro's new digital nomad visa - The application process is not open yet, but it will be soon! This 2-year visa has two important requirements for application: You have to prove that you are working for a company or business outside of Montenegro, and make a minimum of €1,350 per month. This visa can be extended for additional 2 years.
D visa - This visa is great if you don't plan on spending more than 6 months in the country. Unlike the 90-day tourist visa, D visa allows you to stay for 180 days during the year. This visa is also great for nomads coming from countries that need to obtain a visa to enter Montenegro. They can obtain the D visa to enter the country and start the digital nomad application when in Montenegro.