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What to buy in Montenegro?
The town markets in Montenegro have a variety of wares such as fresh fruits and vegetables, meat, fish and cheese. Other than food items, the markets abound with inexpensive clothes and household goods. The old town of Herceg Novi's is well known for its art galleries.
It is also known for its jewellery shopping. Podgorica, the country's capital, also has a variety of shopping centres and shops selling clothes.
Budva's summer bazaar, located next to the promenade, is a great place to pick up a Montenegro souvenir!
Spending time getting to know the local cuisine, local culture and shopping in Montenegro will all create lifelong memories of your Montenegro holiday. Check out our shopping guides for each of our Montenegrin destinations to help plan out your Montenegro shopping tour.
Amaro Montenegro is a traditional amaro distilled in Bologna, Italy.
It is made using over 40 herbs, including vanilla and orange peel, bottled at 23%vol.
The amaro was first produced by Stanislao Cobianchi in the late 19th century and is named after Princess Elena of Montenegro.
Popular as an after-coffee drink ("ammazzacaffe'" in Italian) which can be served straight, over ice, with soda, or as the base for hot and modern cocktails.
Mon-Fri 0900-2100, Sat 0800-1500 (many shops are open all day Sat). Grocery stores open at 0600. Shops in tourist resorts often stay open until midnight in high season.