You can get to the carriageway to 6 holes (4 represent the official highway, while the two paths are old roads suitable for enjoyment and unrestrained experience):
From Dubrovnik (CRO, EU)
Jadranka highway: Dubrovnik - Cavtat - border crossing Debeli Brijeg - Herceg Novi - Bijela -Risan - Perast - Kotor. The Adriatic highway connects Dubrovnik, the state of Croatia, and thus the European Union. The advantage of this highway is the relatively fast arrival and enjoyment of the landscape of almost the entire bay of Kotor with several stunning places for photo breaks.
Adriatic highway: Tirana - border crossing Sukobin - Ulcinj - Bar - Budva - Kotor. Passing through this part of the Adriatic highway, the entire Montenegrin coast is traversed for only a few hours.
Via Podgorica: Highway: Podgorica- Cetinje- Budva - Kotor.This main road connects the commune of Montenegro with Kotor, and reaches average on an hour and 30 minutes. It is especially a nice crossing from the mountain to the coastal environment at the place Brajići where you can see the sea from the height in the manor of the most beautiful Mediterranean landscapes.
From Cetinje on the old road through Njeguša: Cetinje-Njegušik-Kotor. This unique and exciting journey leads from the Cetinje fortress through the old Austro-Hungarian road through Njegos's native village of Njeguši and descends to Kotor along the famous 25 curves with an impressive glimpse of breath.
Main road: Žabljak - Savnik - Nikšić - Kotor. The newly built highway leads you through the mountains from the northernmost mountain center of Montenegro for only a few hours.
Old road: Tivat - Lepetani - Stoliv - Prčanj - Muo - Kotor. This time that at the ferry crossing Lepetani turns from masters to the old way you will see the beauties of the bokokotor bay and the old capean villages such as Stliv and Prčanj.