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SERBS rushed to the MONTENEGRIN COAST! Budva is full as in the most effective of instances, the caterers are rubbing their palms with satisfaction

“We could hardly wait to go to the sea, last year we did not go anywhere. Now we have been vaccinated and arrived in Budva carefree. Strange feeling, only now we see how much we missed that sea air.

In passing, we saw many people from Serbia, as far as we could see, employees in all facilities wear masks and respect epidemic measures. The prices of accommodation, food and drinks are quite correct.

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The weather was good for us and we managed to swim in the sea for May 1st. There were no detentions at the border, we passed only with personal documents, “said Natasa Krunić from Čačak, who spent the holidays on the Montenegrin coast.

During the Easter and May Day holidays, according to data obtained from the local tourism industry on Thursday, Budva was visited by at least 6,000 mostly foreign tourists. The hotels accommodated 4,500 guests, and about 1,500 in private accommodation. It is estimated that more guests arrived in private accommodation during the weekend, so that the number is even higher.

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Serbia donated another 10,000 Astra Zeneka vaccines to Montenegro! /Photo/

Serbia donated another 10,000 Astra Zeneka vaccines to Montenegro!  /Photo/

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“The guests mostly came from Serbia, BiH, Montenegro, Albania, Ukraine, Russia and Turkey. Already now, foreigners and guests from the region are staying in Budva in large numbers, which makes tourist workers very happy and infuses a dose of optimism when it comes to the main season.

When it comes to announcements, from conversations with representatives of travel agencies and hoteliers, we learn that there is great interest from the markets of Ukraine, Russia and Belarus, while we certainly expect quite good attendance from guests from the region, but more individual than organized, “she told RINU. Darija Marović from TO Budva.

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She pointed out that the epidemic situation in Montenegro is getting better, the current measures are being respected and that is giving results, and they hope for additional stabilization of the epidemic situation with the mass vaccination that has just begun.

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