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Currency and prices

The prices in Montenegro are not equal all year round. They are often changing according to demand, season, place etc. The prices are significantly higher during the main season at the coast than the prices in inland or during the off-season time. They are adjusted in compliance with measures and purposes of the Montenegrin authorities. The prices in Montenegro do not differ from our prices too much, but in season the prices grow higher. It is not an obligation to leave the tips in the restaurants, but the prices tend to be rounded up 10%.

The single currency EURO was introduced on January 1, 2002 in Montenegro. The coins in use are 1, 2, 5, 10, 20 and 50 cents and 1 and 2 euros, the banknotes are ranging from 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 200 to 500 euros. The change of the foreign currency for example dollar, pound and others is provided by the exchanges, banks and post offices, but also hotels and travel agencies dispose of the exchange. The Slovak money is not officially exchanged. The post offices and most of the banks are exchanging without fees, but it is useful to be informed before the exchange. The major banks in Montenegro are Atlas Mont, Crnogorska komercijalna, Euromarket, Podgorička, Hipotekarna. Central bank is called Central Bank Crne Gore.

Beside the cash it is possible to pay by the international credit cards (Eurocard, Mastercard, Visa, Diners, American Express and others) and by euro-cheques in some facilities. Smaller towns and villages are not prepared for these services and therefore it is sometimes difficult to exchange. It is advised to take some cash with you including change in coins or banknotes of lower value. A tourist may bring an unlimited amount of the foreign currency. However, if the amount exceeds 2000 euros, it is necessary to declare it at customs authorities on entering the territory of Montenegro and apply for an issued written certificate of customs clearance. In other case, there is a danger that the exceeding exchange will be confiscated on leaving the country. The import is tolerated under 2000 euros. Chance to get the confiscated money back is very small.

Groceries

Bread 0,30 - 0,60 €
Milk (1 liter) 0,7 - 1,00 €
Cheese, sausage (100 g) from 0,50 €
Non- alcohol drinks (1 l) from 0,80 €
Mineral water (1 l) from 0,60 €
Local beer – Nikšičko (0,5 l) from 0,35 €
Wine (0,7 l) from 2,00 €
Ice cream (prepacked) from 0,20 €
Vegetable (1 kg) from 0,20 €
Apples, peaches (1 kg) from 1,00 €
Grape (1 kg) from 0,30 €
Watermelon (1 kg) 3,00 - 8,00 €
Foreign cigarettes from 1,00 €


Prices in restaurants

Starters from 1,50 €
Soup from 1,00 €
Ready-prepared dish from 2,00 €
Grill specialities from 4,00 EUR €
Specialities order from 3,50 €
Fish specialities from 6,00 €
Side-dish 1,00 - 2,00 €
Pizza 3,00 - 7,00 €
Spaghetti 4,00 - 8,00 €
Salads 1,00 - 3,00 €
Sweet courses from 3,00 €
Cup of coffee 0,50 - 1,00 €
Cocktails from 2,50 €
Pancakes from 1,50 €
Ice cream cup from 2,50 €
Soft drinks, juices from 0,50 - 2,00 €
Mineral water from 1,50 - 2,00 €
Local beer- Nikšičko 1,00 - 1,50 €
Wine from 4, 00 €
Spirits from 1,50 €


Pricelist of fuels (February 1, 2008) - Jugopetrol AD Kotor

Super 98 1,08 €
Leaded fuel 1,09 €
Diesel D2 0,97 €
EKO Diesel 0,98 €


Pricelist of services:

Boat cruising through Bay of Kotor 7,00 €
Funicular cable railway to Savin Kuk 5,00 €
Njegos's Mausoleum 2,00 €
Entrance fee to Morača monastery 2,00 €
Approximate fee of chair desk at beach 1,00 - 2,00 €
Taxi (1 km) from 1,00 €
Parking fee per hour 0,80 - 1,00 €
Hotel accommodation per night 20,00 - 200,00 €
Private accommodation per night 5,00 - 25,00 €
Pedalo rental per hour from 5,00 €
Windsurfing equipment rental from 7,50 €
Water scooter rental (30min/1 person) from 20,00 €
Daily car rental from 35,00 €
Deck chair rental at swimming pool/ beach from 1,5 €
Parasol rental at swimming pool/ beach from 1,5 €

Pricelist of the services in the National Parks including sport activities


Lovćen NP

Entrance fee 1,00 €

Skadar lake NP

Entrance fee 1,00 €
Entrance fee for children under 7 years free
Entrance fee for pupils and students 0,50 €
Daily sports fishing permit 5,00 €
Boat rental per hour 30,00 €

Biogradska gora NP

Entrance fee 1,00 €
Entrance fee for children under 7 years free
Entrance fee for pupils and students 0,50 €
Daily sports fishing permit 10,00 €
Boat rental for three persons, per hour 5,00 €

Durmitor NP

Entrance fee 1,00 €
Entrance fee for children under 7 years free
Entrance fee for pupils and students 0,50 €
Daily sports fishing permit on the river Tara 15,00 €
Daily sports fishing permit on Crno and Vrazje Lakes (Crno i Vražje jezero) 10,00 €
Boat rental on Black Lake per hour 8,00 €
Daily guide service 20,00 €
Daily horse rental 30,00 €
Camping fee per night 5,00 €
Rafting on the river Tara to Šćepan polje,10 passengers (without food and accommodation, organized by NP Durmitor) 1800,00 €
Rafting on the river Tara to Radovan Luka, 10 passenger raft (without food and accommodation, organized by NP Durmitor) 1400,00 €
10 passenger raft from II logor to the mouth of the river Susica in Tara- to the borders of NP Durmitor (organized by tourist agencies) 300,00 €
Rafting on the river Tara, 10 passenger raft, II logor to Radovan Luka (organized by tourist agencies) 250,00 €
1 passenger rafting on the river (more than 10 persons) to the borders of NP Durmitor (organized by tourist agencies) 35,00 €
Rafting on the river Tara, 1 passenger to Radovan Luka (organized by tourist agencies) 30,00 €
Rafting on the river Tara on boat (raft), 1/ 5 persons, 2 days (organized by tourist agencies) 250,00 €
Rafting on the river Tara on boat (raft), for each person over 5 passengers (organized by tourist agencies) 55,00 €
Rafting on the river Tara on Boat from II Logor to Zugica Luka per person (organized by tourist agencies) 15,00 €
Two seat kayak from II Logor to Zugica Luka (organized by tourist agencies) 50,00 €


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