The for many still unknown and mysterious Montenegro is the smallest republic of the former Yugoslavia, but also one of the most various vacation countries in Europe. Until 2006, the country was closely linked with Serbia in a confederation called Serbia-Montenegro and has since (again) gone its own way.
|Visa requirements||Entry is possible for German citizens with the following documents:|
Temporary passport: Yes
Identity card: Yes, for a stay of up to 30 days or for transit purposes
Temporary identity card: No
Child passport: Yes
Notes/Minimum Residual Validity:
All documents should be valid for three months upon entry.
Under no circumstances should you enter the country with documents that have been reported stolen or lost.
Even if the authorities in Germany have been notified that travel documents have been recovered, it is possible that the document may still be on the wanted list in the border control point's system.
German citizens do not need a visa to enter the country for up to 90 days.
For a stay of more than 90 days, a residence permit must be applied for in the country.
|Languages spoken||Montenegrin, Serbian, Croatian, Bosnian and Albanian|