Cheapest car hire in Podgorica Airport
*daily rates in Podgorica Airport based on a 1 day rental (24hr period) and for guidance purposes only.
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*average daily rates based on 7 day rental, search for todays best prices.
Customer questions about Podgorica Airport car hire
Hi, I need a good deal for a car rental this sumer in Podgorica airport, I would prefer a diesel car but much more expensive, how come?
Hello, I can see your quote here. Diesel cars are typically more expensive to rent as the agents have few on the fleets due to higher purchase price. In reality, unless you are covering large mileages, the increased cost of fuel and rental charge will not outweight the fuel savings over a regular petrol car.
Useful things to know about Podgorica Airport
- Podgorica Airport is one of only two public airports in Montenegro
- It serves the capital and is also a good point of entry for the coastal and mountain resorts
- There are no domestic flights to or from Podgorica Airport
- The airport was completely rebuilt in 2006 as a modern international facility
- Podgorica Airport’s runway is shared with the Montenegrin Air Force
Mini Guide to Podgorica
Who Flies Podgorica Airport?
There’s little choice of where to fly to in Montenegro with the other airport, Tivat, serving only the coastal resorts. Flying to Podgorica Airport gives you the choice of spending a few days in the city before heading out into the cool mountains or down to the coast. The country attracts the more adventurous European travellers who want something a little different but who aren’t quite ready for the former Russian satellite states yet.
How Easy is it to get to Podgorica Airport?
Whilst there are a limited number of cities served by the airport, major European cities have flights with Montenegro Airlines. The UK
is served by them with a daily flight out of Gatwick Airport
. Once at the airport, you’ll almost certainly have to organise car hire as, unless you intend to stay in the capital for the duration of your trip, the sights are at least an hour away and not easily accessed by public transport.
What is the Airport Like?
It’s a very modern glass and aluminium structure with adequate facilities for your brief stay there. You’ll get decent coffee at the Costa outlet and naughty snacks including their delicious toasted Panini rolls. There are no other facilities for eating there. You can buy newspapers and magazines from either of the two kiosks which also sell packaged snacks and confectionery. There’s the ubiquitous duty free which has a range of Montenegrin delicacies for gifts and to pay for it all, get money from the branch of CKB bank.