Montenegro, a former Yugoslav region, is really spectacular. In particular Durmitor National Park. It has both mountains and beaches.
I find myself coming back again and again.
Yes. Montenegro is not a EU member.
Green insurance card: Yes
Make sure it is accurate and valid. Bring the original.
Vehicle Registration Certificate: Yes
Yes, always. The original.
There are no toll roads in Montenegro, except the Sozina tunnel. There’s a toll booth at the east side of the tunnel.
The roads I have ridden have been in good conditions. Sure, they aren’t all autobahn quality, but any bike can ride those roads.
Road Safety: Medium
Nothing out of the ordinary. The roads in Durmitor are narrow, so take it easy at the corners. There might be another vehicle just around it, taking up your ideal curve line.
The scenery may take your breath away.
I would find secure parking if possible. Either garage, backyard, or similar. Or somewhere where you’re near to it. Better safe than sorry.
Cell phone coverage is good, except in the mountains. But be vary of the roaming prices, as they are not EU. Unless you are on a plan that covers Montenegro. Check with your operator.
Haven’t been to any hotels yet, but I would assume they have wifi, like the rest of the world. But the quality is probably not as good as the one you have at home.
Language: Montenegrin (Serbo-Croatian)
They speak English for the most part. That’s all there is to know. But as always, it is always a great courtesy to learn a few phrases.
Alphabet: Latin & Cyrillic
No need to learn Cyrillic.
Currency: Euro (EUR €)
Yeah, I know, weird when they aren’t EU member. But they originally adopted the Deutche Mark, and subsequently the Euro. Convenient.