Montenegro, previously part of Yugoslavia, then more recently part of the union of Serbia and Montenegro, has been independent since 2006.
The country has a diverse and picturesque landscapes with lakes, rivers, the deepest canyon in Europe, with mountain ranges along the borders with Serbia and Albania rising to 2,500m. The terrain is suitable for a wide range of outdoor activities.
The terrain and attractive coastline, with beaches of rock, pebbles, or sand, made this a popular tourist area before the break up of Yugoslavia.
The country's official language is Montenegrin, though Serbian, Albanian, Bosnian and Croatian are also spoken.
The Euro is used in Montenegro although not officially part of the Eurozone.
1 Podgorica Airport (TGD) - 4 Flights Listed
Located 10Km south of the city of Podgorica, Montenegro
2 Tivat Airport (TIV) - 5 Flights Listed
Located 4 km from the centre of Tivat city, on the Montenegro coastline