The conference will take a place at Splendid Conference & Spa Resort, Becici, Budva, Montenegro,

Address: Bečići, Budva 85310, Montenegro.

Montenegro Visa Regimes

Holders of travel documents issued by the EU Member-States, or the United States of America, or the Kingdom of Norway, or the Republic of Iceland, or the Swiss Confederation, or Canada, or the Commonwealth of Australia, or New Zealand, or Japan, or on the basis of the 1951 United Nations Convention Relating to the Status of Refugees, or the 1954 Convention relating to the Status of Stateless Persons, and holders of travel documents for foreigners – may enter the country, cross the territory, and reside in Montenegro up to 30 days without a visa.
The citizens of Brazil may enter, pass through and stay in Montenegro for up to 90 days with a valid passport without a visa.
Note: Information provided on this page is for informational purposes solely and may change at any time. Please contact Directorate General for Consular Affairs before you decide to visit Montenegro.


The pearl of the Mediterranean, unique in many ways, Montenegro is situated in the south of the Adriatic sea. Nowhere else can you find so much natural beauty, mild beaches, clear lakes, fast rivers and gorgeous mountains in such a compact area as in Montenegro.

Montenegro (meaning “Black Mountain”) is a sovereign state in Southeastern Europe. It has a coast on the Adriatic Sea to the southwest and is bordered by Croatia to the west, Bosnia and Herzegovina to the northwest, Serbia to the northeast, Kosovo to the east, and Albania to the southeast. Its capital and largest city is Podgorica.

Montenegro has both a picturesque coast and a mountainous northern region. The Montenegrin Adriatic coast is 295 km (183 mi) long, with 72 km (45 mi) of beaches, and with many well-preserved ancient old towns. National Geographic Traveler (edited once in decade) features Montenegro among the “50 Places of a Lifetime”, and Montenegrin seaside Sveti Stefan was used as the cover for the magazine.

Montenegro has many significant cultural and historical sites, including heritage sites from the pre-Romanesque, Gothic and Baroque periods. A dimension of Montenegrin culture is the ethical ideal of Čojstvo i Junaštvo, “Humaneness and Gallantry”. The traditional folk dance of the Montenegrins is the Oro, the “eagle dance” that involves dancing in circles with couples alternating in the centre, and is finished by forming a human pyramid by dancers standing on each other’s shoulders.

Budva is on the central part of Montenegrin coast, called “Budvanska Rivijera”. It has developed around a small peninsula, on which the old town is situated. There are as many as 35 beaches in the greater area, mostly rock and a little sand.
Becici is a place in the municipality of Budva in Montenegro located to the northeast of Budva. Becici beach have almost 2 miles long, which is among the most beautiful in Montenegro and southern Adriatic.

How to get Budva Convention centre

By Plane

Montenegro has two international airports, Podgorica Airport and Tivat Airport.
Way from Tivat Airport to Budva Convention Centre takes just 27 min by Taxi.
Way from Podgorica Airport to Budva Convention Centre takes about one hour by Taxi.

By boat

The Port of Bar is Montenegro’s main seaport. Today, it is equipped to handle over 5 million tons of cargo annually, though the breakup of the former Yugoslavia and the size of the Montenegrin industrial sector has resulted in the port operating at a loss and well below capacity for several years.

By train

You can use Belgrade-Bar railway.