How to Relocate to Montenegro in 2021

If you’ve been wondering how to relocate to Montenegro in 2021, you’re in luck.

In the video above, Raphael breaks down the relocation process to Montenegro, which is pretty straightforward. 

For starters, Montenegro is a beautiful European country in the balkans. It is a small country with a population of only 633,000 people. 

Montenegro broke away from Serbia in 2006 and the major languages are Serbian and Montenegrin. Currency is Euro (€) and the major religions are Christianity and Islam (about 20% of the population). 

Montenegro has some of the tallest people in the world. Most of whom are super nice, very welcoming and like to smoke cigrattes, drink home made liquor and some coffee lol (like a lot). 

It’s also been interesting to see that being black here is extra special, as there are very few black people in the country. YAY!

Map of Montenegro

Map of the world showing Montenegro

The landscape is one of the most amazing i’ve seen so far, with lush green mountains, countless tunnels, huge lakes, rivers, the Adriatic sea. 

Raphael and I flew to Montenegro aka Crne Gore (what the locals call it in Montenegrin), in June 2021 after spending 8 crazy months in Israel.

From lockdowns to getting vaccinated and the damn war arrgghh – we were ready to leave Israel and Montenegro was our next stop.


flag of Montenegro

Flag of Montenegro

We’ve been in Montenegro for over a month now, touring the country and we absolutely love it We have applied for Residency and Raphael has already gotten his residency card. 

As a spouse of a resident my application takes 40 days, so i’ll have my residency card in a few weeks.

In the meantime watch the video until the end, to learn more about how to visit Montenegro in 2021

Video of How to Visit Montenegro in 2021

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