Ryanair has launched its first flights to/from Montenegro, Ryanair’s 29th country of operation, with four weekly flights between Podgorica and Brussels beginning this June.
To celebrate the launch of its 2012 summer season, Explore Montenegro is offering guests 10 or 11 nights for the price of 7 for all holidays booked for travel before the end of May 2012.
Witness the unveiling of Purobeach Porto Montenegro - a collaboration between the Mediterranean's premier yacht homeport and Europe's hippest beach club operators. Opening June 6, just in time for Summer 2012.
Montenegro – known as the ‘Black Pearl’ of the Balkans and the second youngest country in the world (being just three years old) – has been introduced into HF Holidays’ 2010 walking programme for the first time so that its guests can experience the country before it becomes a major tourist destination.
For those seeking something a little different on their 2010 getaway, Holiday Options reckons their two-centre holidays combining Dubrovnik and Montenegro should fit the bill.
Value for money has always been a priority for Regent Holidays, which takes away the tedium of watching the pennies on holiday thanks to its selection of unusual, accordingly-inexpensive destinations, including the vast majority of Europe’s top 10 least expensive countries, as revealed by Eurostat in July.
Head to Montenegro this July – courtesy of specialist operator Holiday Options – and save up to £165 per person on week-long breaks. The reduction applies to departures on 12 July and means a seven-night holiday at the four-star Hotel Queen of Montenegro now costs £629 per person (twin share) inclusive of return Gatwick flights, transfers and accommodation with breakfast.
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