Porto Montenegro, the operator of a yacht marina in the Bay of Kotor, has opened a representative office in Russia, its first outside the tiny Balkan country, Podgorica-based media reported on Monday.
The office, which opened last week, will aim to boost cooperation with Moscow businessmen and to promote Montenegro's resorts and marina, news provider Portalanalitika.me said, quoting a company statement.
Ships “Azamara Journey“ and “Azamara Quest“ sailed in Boka Bay on the 19th September. These ships, which belong to the company “Azamara Club Cruises“, can receive 694 passengers each plus 390 crew members.
Organization World Travel Awards awarded the hotel “Astoria“ from Kotor for the best hotel in the region in 2013 and this prestigious award was given to their representatives in Antalia on the 31st August.
In an extraordinary tour through Kotor and Perast by mobile phone the company m: tel, in cooperation with the National Tourism Organization of Montenegro presented a comprehensive application whose integral part is “augmented reality” – “Montenegro Talking”.
One of the world’s leading tour operators, British “Thomson”, gave to the hotel the Queen of Montenegro in Bečići a gold medal as a result of satisfaction of joint guests in 2012. Apart from this award, the hotel received second year in a row a certificate for outstanding services from a reputable web site Tripadvisor – it is stated in the announcement submitted to the Portal Analitika.
A new hotel “Fjord” is expected to be built in Kotor very soon. After seven years the old story about the new hotel is back on the agenda. The town has been waiting for it for a long time and a new hotel should replace the old, shabby and abandoned one built on the most attractive place in the town which is hosting from day to day more and more cruisers.
Uniting the mountain regions of the countries of Kosovo, Montenegro and Albania in a sustainable tourism destination development model, the multi-stakeholder process spearheaded by the Peaks of the Balkans Steering Committee has led to the successful creation of a new 192km Peaks of the Balkan (PoB) hiking trail.