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Taxi and transfer in Montenegro
Montenegro is a very cozy small country in the southeast of Europe. It became independent in 2006, therefore Montenegro is only at the beginning of developing tourism. We have a chance to see Turkic and Byzantine heritage here. Tourists can visit the mountain monasteries of Ostrog and Morača or The Cetinje Monastery. Worth visiting are Old Cities (fortresses, in fact) of Kotor, Herceg Novi and Budva, the beautiful closed island resort of Sveti Stefan, and Podgorica - the capital of Montenegro. The towns of Petrovac, Bar, and Sutomore will be perfectly suitable for those who prefer quiet holidays and beach resorts.
Montenegro is often chosen for family holidays with children as it is very calm and safe. Therefore, it’s better to think about transport for little travelers in advance. Everyone who has been in the country knows what taxi in Montenegro is like. Unfortunately, there is no state regulation for taxi services in the country. As a result, there are much more taxis that work illegally without a permit than official ones, and vehicles are mostly “worn-out”. Overcharge is very common in Montenegro, especially if you are going by taxi from the Tivat or Podgorica Airport. Drivers who work illegally can easily cheat using language barrier and different tricks.
Using Kiwitaxi transfer service, you protect yourself from being overcharged as you can clearly see the transfer cost in Montenegro in advance on our site next to the car class description, and the prices always stay fixed. You can make your booking online and avoid any unpleasant surprises when you arrive. You will not have to bargain with a driver or explain how to get to your hotel. The driver has all the information about your journey so you do not have to explain anything to them. The driver will meet you at the pick up location on time, help you with your luggage and arrange child seats if needed. In many aspects, the transfer option is better than public transport in Montenegro, such as buses or trains.