Two days ago the amount of snow in the ski resorts “Savin kuk“, “Javorovača”, “Kolašin 1450”, and “Vučje“ attracted skiers, boarders, and other visitors who enjoy the snow, and also many children, despite mild rain.
In the first 8 months of 2012, 1.153.256 tourists visited Montenegro, which is 4.6 per cent more compared to the same period last year. The tourists had 7.665.769 overnight stays, 4 per cent more than in the first 8 months of 2011.
Organized by the National Tourism Organization of Montenegro, NGO “Montenegro Phototrekking”, “Riders.me” and “Snowhunters” dealing with popularization of sports in nature and ski centre “Kolašin 1450”, this promotion was held in order to promote ski sports and spending time on the snow. This ski resort hosted about 1,500 visitors.
Winter season started early because of enough snow and attractive arrangements in the hotels and private accommodation which is why a positive trend is expected in the future period, director of the National Tourism Organization Saša Radović says.
Montenegro’s Prime Minister Milo Đukanović said during the meeting with Turkey’s Ambassador Mehmet Niyazi Tanilir that he was satisfied with the presence of Turkish investors in Montenegro and reiterated his Government’s determination to enhance the economic cooperation between the two countries even further.
It took 80 minutes of possibly the best match ever in the history of women’s handball, the unforgettable finals, four overtimes, 80 minutes of tough fight with the toughest rival, 80 minutes of referees’ injustice – to get the confirmation – Montenegrin lionesses are the queens of Europe!
Juliana Buhring will soon finish the cycling tour round the world. Last Friday she came to Montenegro.
A 31-year-old Juliana Buhring cycled through Montenegro – the first woman to cycle round the world. She is of British – German origin. She was born in Greece and she grew up, as she says, in 30 countries of Asia, Africa and Europe.
Montenegro's Government adopted the Analysis of Macroeconomic Trends and Structural Reforms in 2012, which corresponds with the earlier projections that forecast the Montenegrin economy’s growth of 0.5% in 2012.