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How to Spend 5 Days in Montenegro: Customizable Itinerary

Discover how to make the most of 5 days in Montenegro with this customizable itinerary. Explore stunning landscapes, historic towns, and vibrant culture.

With this itinerary, you'll see the best of Montenegro in 5 days. 

From the sun-kissed Adriatic coast to the quaint mountain towns to the stunning national parks, you'll visit all the top sights in Montenegro. You’ll also discover hidden gems beyond the usual tourist trails. 

This 5 day itinerary for Montenegro includes:

  • The Bay of Kotor
  • Lovćen National Park
  • Durmitor National Park
  • Ostrog Monastery
  • Lake Skadar National Park
  • Sveti Stefan
  • Budva 

This itinerary  is so great because there is a mix of beautiful sights, historic destinations, authentic cultural experiences, relaxation, and fun. It has everything you need for an unforgettable visit to Montenegro without feeling rushed. 

It also doesn’t require too much driving, so you’ll go home feeling refreshed.

This Montenegro itinerary for 5 days is completely customizable, so you can change anything you like. 

You'll find a list of the best things to do in each destination so you can choose your activities. You'll also get recommendations for what and where to eat and sleep.

With this Montenegro 5 day itinerary, you don’t have to worry about planning anything, just choose what you want to do, make your reservations, and relax, knowing you have the perfect trip ahead of you!

5 days in montenegro itinerary

Day 1: Kotor Bay

Day 2: Lovćen National Park

Day 3: Durmitor National Park

Day 4: Ostrog Monastery and Lake Skadar National Park

Day 5: Budva Riviera

Day 6: Departure

Day 1: Kotor Bay

Kotor is a UNESCO World Heritage-listed coastal town in Montenegro known for its stunning natural setting and rich history. With its beautiful scenery, history, and abundance of things to do, I recommend starting your trip here.

You can easily get here from Tivat Airport (8 km), Podgorica Airport (88 km), or Dubrovnik Airport (70 km). 

This itinerary is a 5 day road trip in Montenegro, so you’ll need a rental car and you can pick one up at any of these three airports. Driving in Montenegro is very easy and having a car will help you get the most out of your time here.

Localrent is my preferred car rental company here. Localrent has the biggest selection of rental cars in Montenegro and they work with local agencies so you get prices 5-25% below what the big brands can offer. They also have amazing service.

Best Things to Do in Kotor

Kotor Old Town

St Tryphon Cathedral, Kotor Old TownSt Tryphon Cathedral, Kotor Old Town

Kotor Old Town is a breathtaking place and one of Montenegro’s must-see sights. With a history spanning over 2,000 years, this walled town is stunningly beautiful. 

It's compact, with pedestrian-only narrow streets. As you wander, you'll discover Baroque palaces, historic churches, government buildings, and quaint squares filled with cafes and restaurants.

There are many highlights to see in Kotor, but St. Tryphon's Cathedral and St. Nicholas Church stand out with their historical significance.

Don't miss the Kotor Maritime Museum and the iconic Kotor city walls that have safeguarded the town for ages.

Kotor is famous for its cats, especially around Wood Square. They add a unique charm to the town. Click here to find out more about how Kotor Kitties works to improve the lives of these cats.

You should plan to spend about 2-3 hours exploring Kotor Old Town.

Best Ways to Explore Kotor Old Town:

Local’s Tip

Pick up a map from the information kiosk in front of the Sea Gate. It's a handy tool to help you navigate the Old Town.

San Giovanni Fortress

San Giovanni Fortress, KotorSan Giovanni Fortress, Kotor. Image: Deposit Photos

A trip to Kotor isn't complete without hiking up to San Giovanni Fortress. This fortress offers incredible views of Kotor and the bay. Start your hike near the River Gate. 

The trail is well-marked, leading you up 1,355 steps. It's a bit of a challenge but absolutely worth it for the views. Wear comfortable shoes and bring water!

  • Pause at the Church of Our Lady of Remedy: A great spot for a break with beautiful scenery.
  • Enjoy the Panoramic Views: The top offers breathtaking views and fascinating ruins to explore.

Local’s Tip

You’ll get fantastic photos of the fortress at sunset, when the setting sun shines on it. However, you’ll get the best photos of the Bay of Kotor during the morning or day time.


Perast, Bay of Kotor, MontenegroPerast

Perast, just 15 minutes from Kotor, is a picturesque town with beautifully preserved Baroque buildings and ancient churches. 

Take a boat to visit the iconic Our Lady of the Rocks, an artificial island with a picturesque church. Stroll along the waterfront, enjoying the peaceful atmosphere and breathtaking scenery.

You can also take a scenic boat trip to Perast and Our Lady of the Rocks from Kotor.

Kotor Boat Trips

Taking a boat trip from Kotor is one of the best ways to see the Bay of Kotor and there are several you can take from Kotor City Park, opposite the old town.

Here are the top boat trips I recommend:

Kotor Beaches

Bay of Kotor beachBay of Kotor beach

There are some great beaches in and around Kotor for you to enjoy. In summer, the water temperature in the bay hovers around 26° C (79° F) and you can find wild beaches to lay a towel and groomed beaches where you can hire sun loungers and sip cocktails by the sea.

Where to Stay in Kotor Bay

In Kotor, you can choose to stay inside or outside the old town.

Although staying inside the old town is atmospheric, it can get noisy and you’ll usually have to pay to park in one of the car parks outside the old town (around €1 per hour). Some accommodation, like Royal House, offer free parking.

Staying outside the old town is generally more peaceful and you can stay close to, or even right on, the seaside. The Hyatt Regency Kotor Bay Resort offers incredible seaside accommodation just 5 km from Kotor.

What to Eat in Kotor

Grilled calamari in MontenegroGrilled calamari with 'Dalmatian sides'

After exploring, treat yourself to dinner at a traditional Montenegrin restaurant, often called a konoba. Here are some traditional favorites to try:

  • Seafood: Calamari (fried, grilled, or stuffed), black risotto, fresh fish dishes like sea bream and buzara. 
  • Meat: Balkan grill dishes like Ćevapi sausages or mixed grill platters, njeguški steak (schnitzel stuffed with prosciutto and cheese from Njeguši village).
  • Desserts: Palačinke (crepes) or kotorska pašta (Kotor cream pie).
  • Drinks: Traditional red Vranac wine, Nikšičko Pivo (Montenegrin beer), or Rakija (fruit brandy).

> Read more about the best restaurants in Kotor.

> Read more about the best things to eat in Montenegro.

Day 2: Lovćen National Park

Today’s itinerary takes you to experience Montenegro’s heartland, the old royal capital of Cetinje, and some wonderful scenic and historic attractions. The circuit is just over 100 km (62 mi).

Start your day with a drive from Kotor to Lovćen National Park. The journey takes you along the Serpentine Road, famous for its 25 switchback turns. As you climb higher, the views of the Bay of Kotor become increasingly spectacular.

Make a stop at Horizont Bar for a drink while enjoying the panoramic views of the bay. It's a great spot to take in the scenery and snap some photos.

Horizont Bar, Lovcen National ParkHorizont Bar

Best Things to Do in Lovćen National Park

Njeguši Village

Montenegro food and drinks stallTraditional delicacies for sale at Kod Pera Na Bukoviću

Njeguši is known for making the best smoked prosciutto in Montenegro. The combination of sea and mountain air and smoking that takes 4 months produces excellent smoked ham.

Visit Kod Pera Na Bukoviću in Njeguši, Montenegro’s oldest restaurant. Here, you can buy traditional smoked prosciutto, cheese, and fruit brandy, all locally produced. These delicacies are a true taste of Montenegrin culture.

Petar Petrović Njegos II Mausoleum

Petar Petrović Njegos II MausoleumPetar Petrović Njegos II Mausoleum

Petar Petrović Njegos II Mausoleum is a significant historical site offering more stunning views.

Petar Petrović Njegos II ruled Montenegro from 1830 to 1851. Although just 17 when he took the throne, he is credited with uniting Montenegro’s warring tribes and modernizing the fragile country.

At his mausoleum, you can climb the 461 to the mausoleum itself. From there, you can walk onto a traditional, circular threshing floor (a place where meetings would take place) for breathtaking views that stretch as far as Croatia, Albania, and even Italy on a clear day.

You can also get this awesome picture!

Petar Petrović Njegos II Mausoleum


King Nikola's Court, CetinjeKing Nikola's Court, Cetinje

Cetinje is one of Montenegro’s most historic towns. The compact town was once the capital of Montenegro and you’ll find palaces, the national museum, former embassies, and more.

Top things to see in Cetinje:

  • King Nikola's Court: Once the royal residence, now a museum showcasing regal artifacts and Montenegrin heritage. 
  • National Museum: Located in the heart of Cetinje, this museum is home to important historical and cultural exhibits, giving you a deep dive into Montenegro's story. 
  • Bilijarda: The former residence of Petar II Petrović-Njegoš, a key historical figure. Named after the billiard table it houses, Bilijarda offers insights into 19th-century Montenegrin life.
  • Cetinje Monastery: This spiritual and historical site offers insight into the Orthodox Christian heritage of Montenegro, with relics and icons that tell stories of faith and resilience.

You can take a guided walking tour of Cetinje which includes all the main sights of the royal capital.

Local’s Tip

For lunch, head to Belveder Restaurant near Cetinje and enjoy 'ispod sač', a traditional roast meat dish. It's a hearty and authentic Montenegrin meal that will give you a taste of Montenegro’s mountain cuisine.

Lipa Cave

Lipa Cave, MontenegroLipa Cave, Montenegro

Lipa Cave is a karst cave and it’s one of the biggest in Montenegro. It was discovered in the 19th century and so far about 3.5 km of it has been surveyed.

You can take a 1-hour guided tour through the cave (you can’t explore it on your own), which includes a mini-train ride to the cave’s entrance.

Local’s Tip

  • Wear sturdy shoes because the paths can be slippery.
  • Bring layers and a jacket because it’s just 8-12°C (46-54°F) in the cave.

Return to your accommodation in Kotor. For your return journey from Cetinje, I recommend driving via Budva because the road is easier to drive and faster.

Day 5 of this itinerary includes a day on the Budva Riviera so there’s no need to stop here if you don’t feel like it.

Day 3: Durmitor National Park

Durmitor National Park is one of two UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Montenegro (the other being Kotor). This area is wild and absolutely stunning. You’ll find glacial lakes, Europe’s deepest canyon, and a host of outdoor activities.

The drive from Kotor to Žabljak takes around 2.5 - 3 hours and there are a few places you can stop along the way:

  • Riverside: Our favorite stop for a coffee or breakfast beside the river in Nikšić.
  • Lake Slano: is a picturesque photo stop.
  • Etno Selo Nevidio: excellent Montenegrin mountain cuisine and rustic accommodation overlooking a pretty lake near Šavnik.

Best Things to Do in Durmitor National Park

The Black Lake

Black Lake, Durmitor National ParkBlack Lake, Durmitor National Park

Black Lake, nestled in Durmitor National Park, is a stunning sight with its emerald waters, surrounded by thick forests and the tallest peaks of Durmitor in the backdrop. A must-visit spot, it offers breathtaking views.

The top activity here is the 4km (2.4 miles) walk around the lake, perfect for taking in the scenery at your own pace. If you're up for more adventure, there are longer hikes to explore.

You can also rent boats and kayaks to paddle on the lake. This place is all about soaking in the natural beauty of Durmitor.

Tara Canyon

Rafting in Tara Canyon, MontenegroRafting in Tara Canyon, Montenegro

Tara Canyon stands out as one of Montenegro's treasures. With a depth of 1,300 meters, it's the deepest canyon in Europe and ranks second in the world, right after the Grand Canyon. The Tara River, flowing through it, is often called the 'Tear of Europe' for its crystal-clear waters.

To truly experience Tara Canyon, rafting down the Tara River is the way to go. However, if you don’t want to go rafting or you're visiting during the off-season, you can still catch incredible views from the Đurđevića Tara Bridge. For more expansive views, consider going on a hike.

Durmitor Ring

Sedlo Pass, Durmitor Ring, MontenegroSedlo Pass on the Durmitor Ring

The Durmitor Ring (Durmitorski Prsten) offers a fantastic way to see the dramatic scenery of Durmitor without much effort. You can drive or cycle the circular route, passing through mountain villages, lakes, and the breathtaking Sedlo Pass.

This route showcases some of Montenegro's finest landscapes. Make sure to allocate at least a couple of hours for this journey when you visit Durmitor National Park!

Hiking in Durmitor National Park

Durmitor boasts some of the finest hiking in Montenegro, with 48 peaks rising above 2,000 meters and 18 glacier lakes, locally known as gorske oči (mountain eyes). 

The park has 25 marked trails spanning 150km, leading you to these breathtaking peaks and lakes. These trails wind through pine and beech forests, open meadows, and shepherd villages called katun.

The trail around Black Lake is the easiest and most popular, but it tends to get busy. For a quieter experience, try one of the following hikes. 

  • Ćurevac Peak: 2.4 km (1.5 mi) return.
  • Zminje Jezero: 4 km (2.6 mi) return.
  • Mlinski Potok: 4.6 km (2.9 mi) linear.
  • Jablan Jezero: 6 km (3.7 mi) return.
  • Prutaš Peak: half-day return.
  • Škrčka Lakes: half day to full day if you include Prutaš.
  • Bobotov Kuk: 10 km (6 mi) return

You can pick up information and maps for all the trails at the visitor center in Žabljak or take a copy of The Mountains of Montenegro: A Hikers and Trekkers Guide.


Zabljak Stecci and Riblje JezeroStećci in Montenegro

Stećci, medieval tombstones, are spread throughout Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, and Croatia. These 28 sites across the countries earned a spot on the UNESCO World Heritage List in 2016.

Despite being just a fifteen-minute drive from Žabljak, few visitors venture out to see them. You can easily add a visit to these sites at the end of your drive around the Durmitor Ring. 

If you're traveling in summer, consider stopping at Vražje Lake for a refreshing break along the way.

Via Ferrata

Via Ferrata in Durmitor National ParkVia Ferrata in Durmitor National Park

If you're new to it, via ferrata is a mix of hiking and rock climbing. You'll wear a harness and follow a cable system to climb the hill. The route includes ladders, bridges, and steps, allowing you to enjoy rock climbing without needing years of training or exceptional hand strength.

There is a via ferrata along the Sedlo Pass section of the Durmitor Ring. You’ll need to book in advance and you can do that on this page. 

I had a great time trying out this via ferrata and highly recommend it!

Canyoning in Nevidio Canyon

Canyoning in MontenegroCanyoning in Montenegro

Nevidio Canyon is a top spot for canyoning in Montenegro, with tours available throughout the summer. Its high jumps rank it among the most challenging canyons in Montenegro, and it's open only to adults.

Where to Stay in Durmitor National Park

The best place to stay in Durmitor National Park is in the mountain town of Žabljak. You’ll find all kinds of accommodation, restaurants, and stores in this lively little town.

Chalets like Guest House Durmitor Paradise offer the mountain ambiance of Durmitor with modern comforts. 

Hotel Soa offers more luxurious accommodation within walking distance of the Black Lake and center of town.

If you’re on a budget, homestay-style accommodation like Domaćinstvo Krstajić - Rural Holiday gives you the chance to connect with locals and enjoy impeccable Montenegrin hospitality at budget-friendly prices.

What to Eat in Durmitor National Park

Ispod sačaIspod sača

When you visit Durmitor National Park, make sure to try the local cuisine, which reflects this area's culinary traditions. Here are some recommended traditional dishes:

  • Ispod sača: A traditional way of cooking where food is slow-cooked under a metal or ceramic lid covered with hot coals, resulting in deliciously tender meat and vegetables.
  • Kacamak: A creamy dish similar to polenta, made with potatoes and cheese.
  • Lamb boiled in milk: A tender and flavorful way to cook meat, showcasing local culinary techniques.

Day 4: Ostrog Monastery and Lake Skadar National Park

Today’s itinerary takes you via Ostrog Monastery to stay in the quaint lakeside town of Virpazar on the shores of Lake Skadar. The drive is 167 km (103 mi) and takes around 3 hours.

The drive takes you via the city of Nikšić, Ostrog Monastery, and Podgorica, Montenegro’s capital city. I don’t recommend stopping in either Nikšić or Podgorica because there are no major attractions in either city.

From Podgorica you can take the direct route to Virpazar via Vranjina. If you take this route there is an optional stop at Žabljak Crnojevića, a fortress ruin that was where Montenegro was ruled from.

Or you can take the longer scenic route via Pavlova Strana Viewpoint (one of Montenegro’s top scenic spots) and Rijeka Crnojevića.

Ostrog Monastery

Ostrog Monastery, MontenegroOstrog Monastery. Image: Deposit Photos

Ostrog Monastery, carved into a nearly vertical cliff face, is a sight you won't forget. This remarkable sanctuary is one of Montenegro's most important religious places, attracting both the faithful and tourists. 

Built in the 17th century, it honors Saint Basil of Ostrog, who is buried here. People from all over the world come to seek blessings, healing, and peace.

You'll find the monastery high up in the large rock of Ostroška Greda, offering stunning views of the Bjelopavlići plain below.

The Upper Monastery houses the Church of the Presentation and the relics of Saint Basil. The Lower Monastery, further down the hill, contains the Church of the Holy Trinity.

Remember to dress modestly (covered shoulders and knees) out of respect for its religious significance.

Local’s Tip

On the way from Ostrog Monastery to Virpazar, stop at hidden gem, Konoba Svera in Tunjevo, for delicious traditional cuisine beside the Zeta River.

Lake Skadar National Park

Lake Skadar National Park is Europe’s largest bird reserve. The national park is on RAMSAR’s list of Wetlands of International importance and has been nominated for UNESCO World Heritage Status. 

This park is a haven for bird watchers, with over 260 bird species, including some of the last pelicans in Europe.

It is also where you’ll find Montenegro’s best wineries and you can take wine and food tasting tours at family-run boutique wineries.

Best Things to Do in Lake Skadar National Park

Boat Tours

Lake Skadar boat tours offer you a unique way to explore the vast beauty of the lake. Glide over calm waters, navigate through lily-covered channels, and spot diverse wildlife, especially birds like pelicans and herons. 

These tours often include visits to historical monasteries and secluded beaches, perfect for a swim in the warm months. It's a relaxing way to see the lake's highlights and learn about its natural and cultural heritage.


Lake Skadar Kayak TourLake Skadar kayaking

Kayaking on Lake Skadar puts you right in the heart of nature. Paddle at your own pace, exploring quiet coves, picturesque river mouths, and the lake's famous floating water lilies.

Kayaking gives you the freedom to discover hidden gems that are not accessible by larger boats. It's also a great way to get some exercise while enjoying the stunning scenery.

Wine Tasting

Wine tasting in MontenegroWine tasting at Lake Skadar

Lake Skadar is surrounded by fertile lands known for producing high-quality wines. Wine tasting here allows you to sample local varieties like Vranac and Krstač, known for their rich flavors.

You can visit traditional wineries to learn about the winemaking process, meet the producers, and enjoy the ambiance of the vineyards. Pairing your wine with a food tasting enhances the experience and gives you a chance to try some local cuisine.


Cycling around Lake Skadar is an great way to take in the breathtaking landscapes. Numerous trails cater to all levels, from leisurely rides through quaint villages and along the lakeshore to more challenging routes up the surrounding hills. 

Cycling is a great way to explore the area's natural beauty, with opportunities to stop at viewpoints, picnic spots, and cultural sites along the way.


Hiking in the Lake Skadar area reveals some of Montenegro's most stunning vistas. Trails range from easy walks to demanding treks, leading you through lush forests, to ancient ruins, and up to panoramic viewpoints overlooking the lake and beyond. 

I recommend booking a guided hike to experience the best trails, discover local secrets like waterfalls, and learn more about this area from local guides.

Where to Stay in Virpazar

One of my favorite places in Virpazar is Eco Resort Cermeniza, which is also one of the best boutique wineries here. The resort is made up of just a few small but beautiful villas around an infinity pool overlooking the valley.

The resort is owned and run by three generations of the Nemanjić family, and they are known for their incredible hospitality, food, and wine.

Vida’s House is another of my favorite places to stay here. This cute modern apartment is right in the center of Virpazar, so you have restaurants, stores, and tours all on your doorstep.

For a natural experience, try Hoopoe Glamping. This campsite offers beautiful luxury tents surrounded by the Lake Skadar wilderness.

What to Eat in Lake Skadar

The traditional dish for this area is marinated carp from the lake. Head to the floating boat restaurant Silistrija for some excellent Lake Skadar cuisine in a beautiful setting.

Silistrija, Skadar LakeSilistrija, Skadar Lake

Day 5: Budva Riviera

Your last full day in Montenegro takes you to the glittering Budva Riviera for some beach time. This stretch of coastline is filled with some of Montenegro’s best beaches and scenic locations.  

The distance from Virpazar to Budva is only 43 km (27 mi) so it’s an easy and scenic drive. It’s the perfect way to end your stay with a bit of rest and relaxation!

Budva can get very busy in the peak months of July and August and its old town is not as historic or charming as Kotor old town. However, it’s very pretty, has a lively atmosphere, and has some great beaches nearby.

If you don’t feel a particular desire to see Budva, you won’t miss much by skipping it. You can also just enjoy a leisurely beach day at one of the stunning beaches along the Riviera!

Best Things to Do on the Budva Riviera

Budva Beaches

Mogren Beach, Budva, MontenegroMogren Beach, Budva

The Budva Riviera has some spectacular beaches that are ideal for a lazy beach day.

You’ll find upmarket beaches where you’ll pay upwards of €50 for a pair of sun loungers and can enjoy top-notch food and cocktails.

You’ll also find reasonably priced and free beaches in stunning locations like Sveti Stefan.

Sveti Stefan

Sveti StefanSveti Stefan

Sveti Stefan is one of the most beautiful destinations in Montenegro. This 15th-century fortified island, set against turquoise waters and pink pebble beaches, is a must-see.

I suggest you spend time swimming at the beach and take a walk through Miločer Forest Park to the quaint village of Pržno. On your walk, you'll pass by Villa Miločer, once a royal summer retreat, and Queen’s Beach, nestled in a beautiful, sheltered cove.

This is a great spot to stop for lunch and there are several good restaurants here. Although you can expect to pay a little more for the views and exclusive location, you’ll find restaurants at all price points. 

Olive, by the sea in Sveti Stefan has upmarket modern cuisine with views of the islet. Hotel Adrović is reasonably priced and has incredible elevated views. 

Pržno is another pretty spot for lunch. Langušt is a great little seaside restaurant where you can get traditional specialties like fresh-caught calamari overlooking the sea. Blanche, perched on the cliff, serves upmarket meals with panoramic sea views.


Budva Old TownBudva Old Town

Budva is one of the Adriatic coast's oldest settlements, founded about 2,500 years ago by the Illyrians. Over the centuries, it has been under the rule of Greeks, Romans, Venetians, and Slavs.

Take an hour to wander through Budva Old Town's narrow lanes, explore its boutiques, and browse the souvenir shops. Make sure to check out the view from the 12th-century Church of St. Sabba the Sanctified, especially beautiful at sunset. 

For a deeper dive into the town's history and secrets, consider taking a guided sightseeing tour. A Budva walking tour can introduce you to both the well-known attractions and the hidden corners.

Budva is a great place to spend the night, especially if you’re looking for nightlife. Budva has bars, clubs, and a huge nightclub called Tophill that fills with up to 5,000 people every night in July and August.

Where to Stay in Budva

The best place to stay in Budva is near the old town because you have restaurants and nightlife within walking distance. 

Boutique Hotel Vissi d’ Arte has stunning accommodation just 500 m from the old town.

For a cheaper version in this location, Hotel Butua Residence has nice modern apartments just a stone’s throw from the beaches and old town.

For budget option, Guest House Vucicevic has excellent clean and tidy accommodation with parking just 500 m from the old town.

What to Eat in Budva

The cuisine in Budva is the same as in the Bay of Kotor, with a focus on fresh seafood and Mediterranean flavors.

You’ll find many good restaurants in and around the old town. I like Konoba Stari Grad in the old town, a well-known family-run restaurant that serves traditional cuisine.

For an upmarket experience, head to Dukley Seafront Restaurant for fine dining with breathtaking sunset views.

For an authentic local experience, try Merkur by Budva bus station. This restaurant serves all kinds of traditional seafood and meat dishes with an emphasis on quality at affordable prices.

> Read more about the best restaurants in Budva.

Day 6: Departure

If you’re flying out, you can drive from Budva back to any of the three airports. From Budva it’s a 25-minute drive to Tivat Aiport, 1-hour drive to Podgorica Airport, or 2-hour drive to Dubrovnik Airport.

Summer traffic and border crossing between Croatia and Montenegro can make these drives significantly longer in July and August, so be sure to leave yourself plenty of time to get to the airport.

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