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All passengers, regardless of nationality

• 1. 200 cigarettes or 50 cigars or 250 grammes of tobacco;
• 2. 1 litre of wine and 1 litre of spirits;
• 3. 1/4 litre of Eau de Cologne and a reasonable quantity of perfume;

Foreigners, and nationals of Montenegro (Rep. of) residing abroad

• Personal effects, such as jewellery and clothing, 2 photo cameras, 1 video camera, 1 pair of binoculars, camping equipment (tent, etc.), 1 bicycle (engine powered or not), sporting requisites (e.g. 1 of each: fishing equipment; diving equipment; 1 hunting arm with appropriate quantity of ammunition; 1 pair of skis; 2 tennis rackets). Moreover, if portable: 1 musical instrument, 1 CD/MP3 player, 1 laptop etc.

Nationals of Montenegro

• Articles (not including goods included in 'A.' above) up to the value of USD 100.

Prohibited

• No information available

Restricted

Foreigners, and nationals of Montenegro (Rep. of) residing abroad

• Verbal declaration that the goods are temporarily imported. However, for all other articles imported for personal use (e.g. video-camera, video-recorder etc.) a written declaration for temporary import is required. Nationals of Montenegro working abroad must provide a written declaration stating that the items concerned are temporarily imported.
• Cats and dogs must be accompanied by a veterinarian Good Health Certificate legalised by the Veterinary Authorities at the point of origin or departure.