Travel from Amsterdam to Montenegro

Train, bus or fly from Amsterdam to Montenegro?

Air Serbia, Air France and 9 other airlines fly from Amsterdam to Tivat 4 times a day. Alternatively, FlixBus operates a bus from Amsterdam to Podgorica every 4 hours. Tickets cost $14 - $23 and the journey takes 2 h 50 min. 3 other operators also service this route.

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How to get from Amsterdam to Montenegro

From Amsterdam Centraal train to Amsterdam airport, fly to Tivat airport, then drive to Tivat. 6 h 17 min $223. From Amsterdam Centraal train to Amsterdam airport, fly to Podgorica airport, then line 6100 train to Podgorica. 7 h 10 min $183. From Amsterdam Centraal train to Amsterdam airport, fly to Tirana airport, then drive to Ulcinj. 7 h 6 min $149. From Amsterdam Centraal train to Amsterdam airport, fly to Dubrovnik airport, shuttle to Dubrovnik Old City, walk to Dubrovnik, then bus to Herceg-Novi. 7 h 34 min $146. From Amsterdam Centraal train to Düsseldorf Hbf, train to Nürnberg Hbf, walk to Nuremberg, bus to Lješnica, then train to Podgorica(MNE). 32 h 5 min $238. From Amsterdam, Amsterdam Sloterdijk bus to Düsseldorf, bus to Novi Pazar, then bus to Podgorica. 34 h 48 min $120. From Amsterdam Centraal train to Frankfurt(Main)Hbf, train to Wien Meidling, train to Beograd, then train to Podgorica. 35 h 46 min $345. From Amsterdam bus to Sarajevo, bus to Pale Busbahnhof, then night bus to Podgorica Zob. 40 h 38 min $153. From Amsterdam drive to Düsseldorf Hbf, train to München Hbf Gl.5-10, train to Kufstein, then drive to Podgorica. 21 h 14 min $379. From Amsterdam drive to Podgorica. 20 h 14 min $377.