How safe is Podgorica Montenegro
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Quarantine when entering Germany
Please note: When entering Germany, there is a quarantine obligation for travelers from certain countries. Summary information on the extent to which you as a traveler must be quarantined when entering the Federal Republic of Germany can be found at the Federal Ministry of the Interior, for Building and Home Affairs and at the Foreign Office.
Travel to and from Montenegro
From March 11, 2021, all travelers regardless of nationality (including citizens of Montenegro and foreigners with a residence permit in Montenegro) must take a PCR test (max. 72 hours old) or a positive serological antibody test (max. 30 days) when entering Montenegro old) or provide proof of vaccination that the second dose was vaccinated at least seven days before entry. This does not apply to citizens of these countries who are habitually resident there as well as foreigners with a temporary or permanent residence permit and foreigners who are at least 15 years old when entering from Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Kosovo, North Macedonia, Russia, Serbia, Ukraine and Belarus Have stayed in these countries days before entering Montenegro. In the event of contact with an infected person, there is an obligation to self-isolate for 14 days.
You can find more information in the travel and safety information for Montenegro under the following link.
Due to current developments, situation-related changes to the measures of the Montenegrin authorities can occur at short notice, sometimes without any prior notice. It is therefore strongly recommended to find out more about the current entry requirements before entering the country.
German nationals who are in Montenegro are advised to register in the crisis prevention list as a precaution.
If you contact us by email, please also state your availability (email / phone) and your current whereabouts so that we can contact you if necessary.
Legal and consular departments and the visa section of the embassy work with slight restrictions.
Information on current flight connections can be found on the website of the airports of Montenegro. You can contact the airports at the following telephone numbers:
Podgorica Airport: +382 (0) 20 444 244
Tivat Airport: +382 (0) 32 670 930.
The Montenegrin authorities provide ongoing information on the current status.
In general, if you develop symptoms of illness within 14 days after traveling to an affected area, please call a doctor or the national health authority and stay at home.
Information in connection with the coronavirus can be obtained from the following telephone numbers:
+382 (0) 20 412 858 (Mon-Fri from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.)
+382 20 481 900
+382 67 709 606
+382 67 709 607
+382 67 306 242
+382 67 066 342
19816 (call center)
1616 (call center)
Pay attention to local notices in the Montenegrin media.
Situation in Germany
Information on Situation in Germany get here.
You can find information about entry requirements in Germany on your return journey here.
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