Meet and Greet – Taxi Podgorica Airport to Tivat 48€
Book a vehicle of your choosing online. Your dedicated driver will wait for you with a name sign, so you won’t lose a minute,Taxi Podgorica Airport to Tivat.
Don’t be afraid you would end up paying more than you expected. Pay a fixed, all-inclusive price, beginning from €48e, and travel comfortably and safely from Podgorica airport to Tivat for nearly two hours with a reliable and experienced driver, fluent in English and ready to tell you whatever you want to know about the surroundings or to stop the car if you want to take some photos or look around.
If you have a ton of baggage or came in a bigger company, a mini-van or a van will wait for you, and make your trip from Podgorica to Tivat even comfier.
Things to do, places to see in Tivat
There isn’t only Kotor in the Bay of Kotor. There is also Tivat, or Teodo in Italian pronunciation, or Θείοδος in Greek (meaning “way of God”). If you’re into legends, you’ll want to know that, by a common belief, the town was named after Illyrian queen Teuta. It’s a small town in the Bay of Kotor where you can have all kinds of diverse opportunities for enjoyment and fun.
The Bay of Kotor is worth seeing in itself, as it is the largest bay of the Adriatic sea, as well as one of the most beautiful bays in the world and a UNESCO world heritage site. For centuries it has attracted and fascinated poets, travelers, as well as conquerors. It looks like a natural incision between two great mountains, Lovćen and Orjen, in the country of Montenegro, whose very name means – The Black Mountain.
If you are into history, you will probably want to recognise the Italian and Austrian cultural influence which was embedded in the town’s architecture, as a consequence of the area’s turbulent past.
Summer heat can be tiresome. If you wish for a green, shadowy space where you can do some casual walks and picnics, there is the Big Town Park with the biggest botanical garden in the South Adriatic. There is also a place for a nice sea adventure – the abandoned island of St. Marko, or the amazing Island of Our Lady of Mercy.
In the very center of Tivat lays the summer cottage house Buca. It is nearly four centuries old and belonged to an eponymous noble family which was notable back in the Renaissance era. Many cultural events are hosted there nowadays. There is also a charming small parish church of St. Roko, which is nested in a small harbour in the neighboring village Donja Lastva.
Fancy schmancy, here I come! Porto Montenegro is a yacht marina and a promenade, the Monaco of South Adriatic. If you want high-class restaurants and nicely dressed people, this is the right place for you.