Making Your Way to Montenegro’s North
You have many options when it comes to flying to Montenegro, thanks to three international airports located in Podgorica, Tivat and Dubrovnik. Fly into Dubrovnik for a picturesque road trip on the seaside, taking in the Croatian city immortalized by Game of Thrones (King's Landing) and Montenegro’s own Venetian-influenced splendour, the UNESCO-protected city of Kotor, founded in the 5th century BC. Alternatively, fly into Tivat to make a stop at the jet-set megayacht marina, Porto Montenegro, or fly into Podgorica for the shortest trip. The subsequent car rides to Durmitor National Park are approximately two-three hours long (two from Podgorica and three from Tivat or Dubrovnik).
It's easy to rent a car from any one of a number of major car rental companies, including SIXT. However, car rentals are best reserved for drivers with extensive winter mountain road experience; depending on the weather, the conditions of the roads may vary considerably, demonstrating the mountainous country’s “Wild Beauty” moniker. An alternative solution is to take a professional car service, of which there are many from cities including Budva, Kotor, Tivat and Podgorica.