Montenegro Customs, Currency & Airport Tax regulations summary

Customs, Currency & Airport tax

All about Montenegro
Capital city: Podgorica
Currency: Euro (EUR)
Local time: GMT + 1
Telephone code: + 382
Bank: Closed on Saturday afternoon and  Sunday.

 

Customs Rules

Import regulations:

Free import:A. for passengers of 17 years of age or older: 1. 200 cigarettes or 50 cigars or 100 cigarillos (max. 3 grams per piece) or 2... More information

Arms and Ammunition regulations:

Required:1. firearms license; and2. letter of invitation; or3. notification of the organizers of hunting or sporting competitions; o... More information
 

Wild Fauna and Flora:

The import of certain endangered species of plant, live animals and their products is prohibited or restricted under CITES. For further detail... More information

Additional Information on regulations:

Allowed, without phytosanitary certificate, for personal use:- small quantities of plants and plant products;- fresh fruit and vegetables... More information
 

Export regulations:

Export of cultural heritage or cultural property require a license from the Ministry of Culture of Montenegro.... More information

Pets:

Cats and dogs (with a maximum of 5 pets) must be accompanied by a veterinarian Good Health Certificate legalized by the Veterinary Authorities at t... More information
 

Baggage Clearance regulations:

Baggage is cleared at the first airport of entry in Montenegro. Exempt: baggage of passengers in transit with a final desti... More information
 

Airport Embarkation Tax

Departure Taxes are levied at Tivat (TIV) and Podgorica (TGD... More information

Currency regulations

Currency Import regulations: Local currency (Euro - EUR) and foreign currenc... More information

Learn all about regulations for your destination country. From airport tax to be paid on departure, to importing pets, as well as rules on how much currency you may bring into and out of a country.