Book transfer From Budva to Podgorica

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45€
Economy
VW Golf, Mercedes A class, KIA
    Economy
  • Water included in price
  • 3 Passenger
  • 3 Luggage
45€
Comfort
Skoda Octavia, Audi A4...
    Comfort
  • Water included in price
  • 4 Passenger
  • 4 Luggage
55€
Luxury
Audi A6, Mercedes E Class, Mercedes S Class...
    Luxury
  • Water included in price
  • 4 Passenger
  • 4 Luggage
65€
Van
Mercedes Sprinter
    Van
  • Water included in price
  • 20 Passenger
  • 25 Luggage

Why choosing us for Budva to Podgorica transfer


We are NOT a taxi service! Transfer is a transportation service which meets and brings you exactly where you asked: our driver meets you at the airport (as close to the Arrivals as possible), at the hotel reception or at the exactly given address, helps you with your luggage and brings you fast-track to your destination.

You can pre-order inexpensive transfer to the city center or to the airport, comfortable car transfer for the family with children, Economy minivan for a tourist group or a Luxury transfer.

The transfer cost from Budva to Podgorica is fixed at the time of pre-order and never rises: either when the driver is waiting for the passenger, when the stop is necessary, or because of traffic jams.



You are traveling to Podgorica

Podgorica, formerly (1946–92) Titograd, city, administrative centre of Montenegro. It is situated in southern Montenegro near the confluence of the Ribnica and Morača rivers.

The first recorded settlement was Birziminium, a caravan stop in Roman times, though it probably was an Illyrian tribal centre earlier. As a feudal state capital in the early Middle Ages, it was known as Ribnica; it was called Podgorica from 1326. It fell to the Turks in 1474 but was restored to Montenegro in 1878. In 1916 it was occupied by the Austrians, in 1941 by the Italians, and in 1943 by the Germans. Only the Turkish clock tower (late 18th century), a mosque, and several houses survived the destruction of the old city in World War II. The city’s bloody history is portrayed through a large number of war memorials. In the postwar communist period the city was known as Titograd in honour of Yugoslav leader Josip Broz Tito. After the collapse of communism, the city revived its old name, Podgorica, in 1992.