Articles tagged “montenegro”

Montenegro Tries to Woo Western Europe Without Offending Russian Visitors

Montenegro Tries to Woo Western Europe Without Offending Russian Visitors

Misha Savic, Bloomberg

This tiny Balkan state has a tricky needle to thread in preventing a diplomatic tussle between Russia and the U.S. from harming its popularity with Russian travelers.

2 years ago

Montenegro’s UNESCO Site May Lose Status Due to Overtourism

Montenegro’s UNESCO Site May Lose Status Due to Overtourism

Aleksandar Vasovic, Reuters

Overtourism isn't just an inconvenience; a destination could lose a tangible asset like UNESCO status.

2 years ago

Romanian tourists killed in bus crash in Montenegro

Romanian tourists killed in bus crash in Montenegro

Gordana Filipovic, Bloomberg

A nightmare scenario for anyone.

6 years ago

The rise of the Albanian Alps

The rise of the Albanian Alps

Among the last places in Europe that is just beginning to get the tourists in numbers they deserve, after decades of communism and blood rivalries.

6 years ago

Repositioning Montenegro as a destination: A case study

Fascinating case study on how to position a relatively unknown and small destination in the midst of a mature tourism region, and avoid the downfalls of over exposure of competitors in that region.

7 years ago

Montenegro tries to transcend its past to become popular tourism destination once again

Dusan Stojanovic, Associated Press

Montenegro's tourism industry has fluctuated in the past due to regional violence, but recently resorts have learned to work the image of the small Baltic country as a secluded paradise.

7 years ago