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Flights to Podgorica

Visiting the capital of Montenegro is simple, with numerous flights from UK airports all year-round. The journey time in most cases will be around two hours 45 minutes, so the city isn't too far away for short breaks, and transfers are easy, making visiting Podgorica hassle-free.

Which is the main airport in Podgorica?

Flights to Podgorica will arrive at Podgorica Airport, a small airport that's about seven miles south of the city centre. Because of its proximity to the city, transfers won't take long. The L20 bus runs along a newly built highway into town and takes 25-30 minutes, while taxis or driving will take 15-20 minutes in most cases. Those headed to Kotor will need to head into Podgorica and switch to coaches at the city's bus station.

Which airlines offer flights to Podgorica?

Airlines running services from the UK include TUI , which offers seasonal flights from Manchester, Gatwick and Birmingham. However, Ryanair is the major operator, providing direct connections from London Stansted throughout the year.

Why travel by plane to Podgorica?

There are many good reasons to take flights to Podgorica. Firstly, flying is convenient. The airport at Podgorica is very close to the city, and during peak holiday season, numerous flights depart from airports across the UK. Additionally, flying is far quicker than taking buses or trains. In fact, it can be 24 hours faster than alternatives, so there's not really much competition. As an extra bonus, Ryanair and TUI offer low-cost connections, and flights leave all year-round, which is great for those arranging out-of-season city breaks.

Before you travel to Podgorica by plane - good to know!

Montenegro's capital isn't a huge city, so most visitors will find that they can walk between the major attractions. Buses run to all neighbourhoods, and taxis are plentiful if visitors need to take the weight off their feet. There's also a surprising amount to see and do. Start in Stara Varos (the old Ottoman centre) to see the mosques and converted churches,  cross the impressive Millennium Bridge, and climb to King Nikola's Castle for great views and historical exhibitions. Then, finish off in Rimski Trg - the city's dining and nightlife hub. It's a great place to fill up on stuffed peppers, superb pizzas, Montenegro-style moussaka and the ever-popular cufte (meatballs), before sampling some of the country's up-and-coming Chardonnay or Vranac wines.

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