Embassy of Montenegro in London, United Kingdom

Embassy of Montenegro in London, United Kingdom

Embassy of Montenegro in London, United Kingdom

Do you want to go on vacation to Montenegro, or just want to visit this country as a tourist, and maybe you need to fly there for work? Montenegro is a very fabulous country, it can offer you a comfortableaccommodation, an unforgettable holiday with a lot of festivals and holidays. It is worth visiting small towns and ethnic villages, especially in summer, where you will experience true Montenegrin hospitality.

Montenegro is considered a European state. In addition, this country lives largely due to tourism. Therefore, for many years work has been carried out to simplify the entry of foreigners into Montenegro. Most ofthe guests have visaed — free entry for a limited period.


Montenegro London office

There is an Embassy of the Republic of Montenegro in the UK. All the necessary documents for travel to this country are issued there. In addition to the Embassy in London, the Republic also has a Consulate inScottish Gaelic and in Pòdgorica.

Location: 47 De Vere Gardens, Kensington, London W8 5AW, Britain.


Visa at the Embassy

  • Visa at the Embassy of MontenegroFor UK citizens and Montenegrin residents, a tourist visa is issued for the period of rest or visiting relatives and family in this Republic, and no business activities are allowed.
  • For UK citizens and Montenegrin residents, business visa is issued specifically for the participation of short-term business trips to the country of black mountains.
  • For UK citizens, a transit visa is issued for up to three days. It is issued for transportation through the port in Montenegro to another destination.

Also in the representation of the Embassy can issue other visas, including: student, temporary work, parent, spouse or partner visa.

Important: The rules of the Embassy of Montenegro are subject to change.


What do UK citizens and tourists need to apply for a visa?

When making sure you need to provide the following documents:

Visa documents

  • Application form, which must be fully completed to obtain a visa for tourists, as well as a completed Declaration.
  • Passport photos.
  • Passport and its photocopies.
  • A valid visa, a foreign citizen and one photocopy of this document.
  • Proof of the applicant's funds to cover the costs of the trip, such as: Bank statement, traveler's checks, credit cards (with a certificate from the Bank about the availability of funds on the card).
  • Invitation (original and copy) in the form of a letter from the inviting person to the invited person.
  • Company documents or documents that confirm the place of work.
  • Health insurance, which is valid in all EU countries. The insurance policy must cover the entire period of visa validity and all planned days of stay.
  • A letter of recommendation from your employer or the institution you are studying at.
  • Confirmation of booking accommodation in the Republic of Montenegro.
  • A document confirming the reservation for a ticket to Montenegro, hotel reservation, and one of its photocopy.
  • Payment of visa fees for UK citizens and residents.

When applying for a visa, you should be prepared for the fact that the Consulate staff will check the information specified in the application form.



Embassy of MontenegroIt should be remembered that foreign citizens at the entrance to the territory of the Republic, are required to register during the day of love point of the city in which the foreign citizen resides. Info tourist pointsare located in every city of Montenegro.

When a minor child leaves Montenegro with one of the parents, a notarized consent for the child to travel abroad from the other parent is required.

When traveling to Montenegro, children under the age of majority traveling abroad with one of the accompanying persons must have a notarized consent to the departure of the child abroad from both parents.

The fact that to enter Montenegro does not need to issue additional documents attracts many tourists from Eastern Europe and, of course, local authorities are not interested in reducing the flow of tourists.