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What do you think about Christmas celebration under the palm trees? If you like it, you don’t have to fly 10 to 12 hours to the tropical courntries. It’s only 2-3 hours from most European airports to sunny Montenegro. In December and January, the air warms up to 8-10⁰C, at noon the sun can get and 20⁰C. The weather is great for sightseeing, hiking in highlands, and even dining on the outdoor terraces of a cafe. Christmas and New Year are celebrated here in Balkan in the European colorful way. Cities shine with garlands, Christmas sales are everywhere, concerts, parties are held in the restaurants and outdoors.
Walking in the Old Town of Kotor or Budva on Christmas Eve is a special pleasure. Cozy medieval streets turn into fabulous places: the facades of old houses sparkle with garland lights, small cafes become especially romantic and people light up Christmas trees on the squares. A magical promenade is provided both on the luxurious Porto Montenegro waterfront in Tivat and in the old districts of Herceg Novi. In the music capital of Montenegro, Kotor, rock usually thunders on New Year’s night, and choral singing and classics can be heard the night before. Performances take place in ancient cathedrals and concert halls.
In Budva, a stage with modern special effects is built at the walls of the Old Town for the holidays. Every day, starting from December 25-26, Balkan and foreign stars perform in the rays of laser show. The entrance is free. Rock, classics, jazz, pop, electronic music — there is a repertoire for every taste. Locals and tourists sing to the artists, dance, warm up the coffee, and then stronger in numerous pubs and restaurants nearby. The streets are lively and fun these days. The closer you get to New Year, the more festive the atmosphere becomes, and on December 31 New Year’s celebrations culminate.
On New Year’s Eve in Montenegro it is not customary to stay home. Of course, it’s not cold outdoors, but concerts and discos are held in the open air. The mobile pavilions offer mulled wine and hot snacks. At midnight, the sky above the waterfront is illuminated by fireworks, beautifully reflected in the seawater. The festivities continue until dawn, and in the morning people go out to drink coffee in the coastal cafes, which set tables right on the beach. Besides festive entertainment, winter Montenegro offers sports activities – you can go skiing in Kolašin or Žabljak. It is better to rent accommodation for holidays on the New Year holidays in advance. In Aparthotel Harmony you will comfortable apartments with a magical sea view.