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      Tivat Montenegro Bay of Kotor

      Bay of Kotor, Montenegro.

      Tivat is located near the picturesque Bay of Kotor. Discover where sea and mountains meet in this UNESCO-listed World Heritage Site.

      Tivat Montenegro lake

      Mountainous Northern Montenegro.

      Tivat is your gateway to the mountainous north of Montenegro. Active travellers will enjoy trekking or climbing the mountain trails.

      Tivat Montenegro house on the lake

      Tivat: the perfect place to relax.

      Idyllic villages, a crystalline sea and gorgeous mountain views, what more does one need? Soon, you'll be as relaxed as this cat ;)

      Flights to Tivat, Montenegro

      With a seven-hundred-metre hill as a backdrop, and edged by a crystalline sea, the town of Tivat is the perfect place to relax. However, you can’t sum up the town by its hill and coastline alone. To the south-east lies the magnificent Lustica Peninsula, where one of the best olive oils in the country is produced, and not far from there is the splendid Bay of Kotor, considered the jewel of Montenegro. This region has an ideal climate for tourists, and life is as good there in winter as it is in summer.

      Today, Tivat is an essential stop for any visit to Montenegro. Whilst it may be the smallest town in the country, it is packed with lots of attractions. It’s the perfect destination to combine entertainment and culture, lazing on the beach, and hiking in the mountains.

      So don’t wait a moment longer, and book your Brussels Airlines ticket to Tivat!

      What to do in Tivat?

      1. The Renaissance Summer House Buca with its beautiful park setting, and Tivat botanical garden are two highlights not to be missed on any visit to the town. The botanical garden has a rare beauty. As you immerse yourself amongst the exotic flora and fauna from the four corners of the world, you’ll be oblivious of the time!
      2. Just 3 km from Tivat is Gornja Lastva, a typical little village set in the mountains. Abandoned by its inhabitants over time, it is almost uninhabited now. With its stone houses and unrestricted view of the Bay of Kotor, the village is a fascinating place. For hikers, there’s a path out of Tivat that leads you there. From Gornja Lastva you can continue on to Kotor. The hike takes around 5 hours, and offers unrestricted views of the sea and mountains.
      3. If you don’t want to go there on foot, take a bus or hire a car, but make sure you end up at the Bay of Kotor. A UNESCO world heritage site, this area offers picture-postcard landscapes of the sea and the mountains. An unmissable part of any trip to Montenegro, this southern fjord sprinkled with circles of islands will certainly leave an impression.
      4. Want to laze on the beach? The Tivat coastline has over 20 different shingle or sandy beaches for you to enjoy. You’ll be spoilt for choice. For a bit of peace and quiet go to the lagoon at Kukoljina, or enjoy some water sports. You can also discover Donja Lastva, where an archaeological site harbours vestiges of the Roman Empire.
      5. Montenegro is distinguished by its monasteries, which history lovers will enjoy discovering. Just 6 km from Tivat is the famous Monastery of Holy Archangel Michael, located on the island known as “the island of flowers” near to Miholjska prevlaka. Both places are well worth a detour.
      6. Fancy something a little more modern? Then escape to Sveti Marko Island to see the most beautiful architectural complex in the area. Modern chalets surrounded by greenery, sports facilities, and cafés await you.

      Practical information for your trip to Tivat

      • Brussels Airlines flights arrive and depart from Tivat Airport, which is located a little less than:
        • 2 km from the centre of Tivat
        • 20 km from Budva
        • 21 km from Herceg Novi
        • 9 km from Kotor
      • Buses also go to these locations throughout the day.
      • Time zone: UTC/GMT+2.
      • Currency: The local currency is the euro. You won’t have any trouble finding cash machines (Visa, MasterCard and AM).
      • Telephone calls and Wi-Fi: The calling code for Montenegro is +382. You will have no trouble finding Wi-Fi. Indeed, Wi-Fi networks are often available in the airport, and also in Tivat’s hotels, restaurants and cafés.
      • Electric sockets: These have a standard voltage of 220 V. If you use American or British plugs, you will need an adaptor.
      • Travel information: If your trip is for less than 30 days, an identity card is sufficient for European Union citizens. Otherwise, you will need a passport. For a stay of more than 90 days, you will need a visa. For all information on visas and travel documents, visit the website www.iatatravelcentre.com.
      • Vaccination: When travelling to Tivat, there are no mandatory vaccinations for European travellers. For more health information, visit the website www.iatatravelcentre.com.

      What to do and not do in Tivat?

      • If you are anticipating exploring the Balkans, Tivat is undoubtedly a perfect place to start. In under three hours by bus you’ll be in Dubrovnik, and Albania isn’t far, either. However, when calculating your itineraries, don’t forget to factor in customs checks.
      • Montenegrin is a Slavic language that uses the Cyrillic alphabet. Signs are often translated on the coast, but only rarely in the mountains. If you are intending to do some hiking, equip yourself with a map or GPS navigation, and a chart with the Cyrillic alphabet.

      When to go to Tivat?

      Tivat has a warm Mediterranean climate with dry summers. You are recommended to go there between April and October to take advantage of warm, pleasant temperatures. During this period, temperatures generally vary between 12°C and 32°C.

      If you are going in summer, don’t forget your sunglasses and sun cream, as temperatures can reach as high as 35°C.

      What to eat in Tivat?

      As far as gastronomy is concerned, there’s lots of choice. On the coast you’ll find fresh fish, whilst in the mountains, ham and smoked cheese dishes will be the main ones you’ll enjoy. However, some specialities are available everywhere in the country, such as spit-roasted pork, lamb, and mutton. What’s more, Montenegro produces excellent wines... this is the opportunity for wine lovers to discover new tastes.

      Cultural events in Tivat

      • Montenegro Dance Festival in Herceg Novi, Tivat and Kotor: Over a week, you’ll have a chance to watch dance “battles” between the different artistic schools of Herceg Novic, Tivat and Kotor.
      • Saint Tryphon (3 February): This event starts in the square outside Kotor cathedral, followed by a procession to the centre of the town in homage to Saint Tryphon, a 3rd century martyr.
      • The International Summer Carnival of Kotor: One of the largest Montenegrin events; the streets are packed with masked festival goers. During this festival, you’ll see it all: entertainment, singing, music, etc.
      • Tivat’s cultural summer enables the town to share its culture through theatre, entertainment, and music.

      Book your flight to Tivat, Montenegro!

      Please note that you will be able to book your flight to Tivat with Brussels Airlines as of November 2017. We will fly to/from Tivat between 9 May 2018 and 3 October 2018.

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