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Exploring Montenegro’s tourism: 2.61 million tourist arrivals and 16.39 million nights in 2023

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In Montenegro last year, according to preliminary data from Monstat, 2.61 million tourist arrivals and 16.39 million overnight stays were recorded.

“Of the total number of overnight stays, 96.3 percent were made by foreign tourists, and 3.7 percent by domestic tourists,” the statement said.

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In the structure of overnight stays by foreign tourists last year, tourists from Russia accounted for the most at 23.6 percent, followed by Serbia at 21.5 percent, Bosnia and Herzegovina at 8.5 percent, Germany at 4.9 percent, Ukraine at 4.1 percent, Kosovo at 3.6 percent, and Turkey at 2.9 percent.

Tourists from other countries accounted for 31 percent of overnight stays.

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“In the structure of overnight stays by types of tourist places last year, the most overnight stays were recorded in coastal places at 94.3 percent, mountainous places at two percent, the capital city at 2.4 percent, and other places at 1.4 percent,” the statement said.

Monstat announced that in Montenegro, in individual accommodation last year, 1.18 million tourist arrivals were recorded, with the number of overnight stays reaching 11.26 million.

“Of the total number of overnight stays, 99.6 percent were made by foreign tourists, and 0.4 percent by domestic tourists,” the statement said.

In the structure of overnight stays by foreign tourists last year in individual accommodation, tourists from Russia accounted for the most at 31.9 percent, followed by Serbia at 22.8 percent, Bosnia and Herzegovina at 9.4 percent, Ukraine at 4.5 percent, Kosovo at four percent, Germany at 3.7 percent, Turkey at 2.9 percent, and Poland at 2.3 percent.

Tourists from other countries accounted for 18.4 percent of overnight stays.

“In the structure of overnight stays by types of tourist places in individual accommodation, last year the most overnight stays were recorded in coastal places at 96.9 percent, mountainous places at 1.6 percent, other tourist places at 1.1 percent, and the capital city at 0.4 percent,” the statement concluded.

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