The tiny Balkan country of Montenegro was the very last European country to confirm first Covid-19 case (March 17th) and surprisingly the number of active cases has been decreasing in a promising rate over the past few weeks. Click here to read the full post.
The organised management of the crisis since its beginning lies in a strong preventive program that proved to be highly effective. The Montenegro Government imposed a set of preventive measures even before the coronavirus infection has been confirmed within its borders in order to tackle and prevent the import and spread of the deadly virus, which they have managed with great success.
The highest number of tourists primarily go to Montenegro during the summer to enjoy breathtaking views of the Adriatic sea and to visit preserved cultural and historical monuments that are located especially in the area of the Bay of Kotor. The city of Kotor has been on the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites since 1979.
Other popular places along the Adriatic coastline are Herceg Novi, Mamula, Perast, Our Lady of the Rocks, Saint George island, Blue cave in Luštica, Budva old town, and Sveti Stefan. An endless sandy beach named Velika plaža (Long beach) in Ulcinj is a perfect destination for kitesurfing.
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