Transportation | International Conference on Quantum Coherent Phenomena at Nanoscale


Nestled in the heart of Europe and the Mediterranean, Montenegro is a part of the Adriatic coast, in the southwest region of the Balkans. The country shares borders with Croatia, Serbia, Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Italy is to the West, across the Adriatic Sea.

Hotel “Vile Oliva”

Address: Ulica 8 Broj 11, 85300 Petrovac, Crna Gora

Phone: +382 33461194
Fax:     +382 33461198
Mob:    +382 69300851


Transfers from/to the airport

QCPN2016 recommends TAXI-TRAVEL agency for transfer from/to airport.

Transfer Rates:
Podgorica - Petrovac:  27.5 EUR 

Tivat - Petrovac: 30 EUR  

Dubrovnik (Croatia) Cilipi airport -  Petrovac: 100 EUR 

Tirana (Albania) - Petrovac: 105 EUR 

For more information and reservation, please contact

Mr Radoslav Bozovic

tel: +382 69 949 197

Getting there and away

Montenegro is connected to the world through road, railway, maritime and air transportation.

• By plane…

Choose one of the following airports:
- Podgorica - Golubovci Airport is situated 12 km from the capital Podgorica, 62 km far from Budva, 43 km from Bar, 69 km from Ulcinj, 80 km from Kolasin and 170 km from Zabljak.
- Tivat – Tivat airport is only 4 km from the town centre, 20 km far from Budva and Herceg Novi, 58 km from Bar, 73 km from Ulcinj and 80 km from Podgorica.
- Dubrovnik – Cilipi Airport - one of the biggest airports in Croatia is situated in-between the Montenegrin town of Herceg Novi and the city of Dubrovnik. What many tourists do not know is that when flying into Dubrovnik Airport you are only 24 km far from Herceg Novi, 44 km from Tivat and 68 km from Budva.

Shuttle transportation will be arranged from the airports to the conference hotel. Please provide us your flight details with an e-mail to Shuttle time table will be arranged according to travel details. Please watch for the logos for QCPN2016 at the exit door of arrivals, the staff will be waiting outside the arrivals door. Responsible member about the transportation is Radoslav Božović, you may reach him from +32-69 949 197 in case of any need.

• AP Podgorica (1 hour drive)
• AP Tivat (30 minutes drive)
• AP Dubrovnik (2 hours drive)
• AP Tirana (3 hour drive)

• By train...

There is regular passenger train service from Subotica through Novi Sad and Belgrade. The train goes through Bijelo Polje, Kolasin, Podgorica, and arrives at Bar, Montenegro's main seaport.rain travel is convenient and inexpensive. If you prefer travelling by railway, it is useful to know that the main railway line is Bar-Podgorica-Belgrade with connections from Belgrade to the rest of Europe. There is regular passenger train service from Subotica through Novi Sad and Belgrade. The train goes through Bijelo Polje, Kolasin, Podgorica, and arrives at Bar, Montenegro's main seaport.rain travel is convenient and inexpensive.The existing railways are 249 km long - the main railway line is Bar-Podgorica-Belgrade with branches towards Niksic and the 13 other one towards Skadar (Albania).
There are several passenger trains on the Bar-Belgrade-Subotica route: express trains, business, car-trains and sleeping cars trains. Passenger trains on the Bar-Belgrade line have connections with international trains to Budapest, Vienna, Bucharest, Athens, Moscow, etc.

-Timetable information
Local timetable information -
International timetable information -
The Railway of Montenegro arranges timetable for every year separately.

• By bus...

It is also possible to reach Montenegro from neighbouring countries by bus. A comprehensive coach network connects all parts of the country. Bus service through Montenegro is quite frequent, as well as regional services. There are bus stops in all towns and cities of Montenegro. During the tourist season, many operate 24 hours a day. There are also regular daily bus lines to bigger cities in neighbouring countries. Timetables are arranged for every year separately.

• By boat...

The coast of the Adriatic Sea makes Montenegro accessible for arrivals by boats, yachts, ferries, cruisers - Port Bar, Port Budva, Port Kotor, Port Zelenika, and Port Risan. There are a few companies that maintain a regular ferry connection between Montenegro and Italy. Ships operate on lines between Bar-Bari, Bar-Ancona and Kotor-Bari. During the summer months the frequency of lines is increased. The Port of Bar is the biggest port in Montenegro. The capacity depends on the type and length of boats, 14 to 20 boats can be served at one time. Kotor Harbour consists of Kotor Bay with the operative coast of 216 m in length and 3 to 12.8 m in depth, Lipci Terminal with a 75 meter-long operative coast and the small harbour of Bigovo, which is located on the open sea.
If you may need advice to find the best route to Montenegro,
contact our travel agent.

• By car...

The best way to get acquainted with a country is if you visit it by car. You can reach Montenegro via one of the border crossings with Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia and Albania. The European routes E65, E80, E762, E763, and E851 pass through the country. The road network totals 5,174 km. The two major roads in Montenegro are the Adriatic Motorway from Croatia to Herceg Nov.i and then to Ulcinj, and the motorway that links the South and the North, from Petrovac, through Podgorica and Kolasin to Bijelo Polje and Serbia.

- Border Crossings:
With Croatia: Debeli brijeg, Kobila.
With Bosnia and Herzegovina: Sitnica, Vracenovici, Scepan polje, Metaljka, Ilino brdo, Krstac, Nudo, Sula.
With Serbia: Rance, Cemerno, Dobrakovo, Kula, Drazenovac, Vuce.
With Albania: Bozaj, Sukobin, Grncar.

- Road Assistance and Information:
AMSCG (Automobile Association of Montenegro)
Automobile Association of Montenegro provides services 24 hours a day in Montenegro.
For help on roads call 9807
Tel: +382 9807