The 2018 Montenegrin Eurovision hopeful Vanja Radovanović travelled to Portugal recently in order to film his Eurovision postcard. Vanja recorded in his postcard in one of the famous street markets in the majestic Portuguese capital.
The delegations and participants of the 43 participating countries at the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest will be travelling to Portugal prior to the contest in order to film their respective presentation postcards. Each artist will be portrayed in an activity or a challenge.
The postcards will showcase the beauty of Portugal and will portray the Eurovision artists enjoying the sights and sounds of the host country.
The presentation postcards serve as a massive platform for the host country to promote its tourism and showcase itself on a global scale as millions of viewers tune in to watch Europe’s favorite television show. The Eurovision Song Contest reaches households beyond Europe, from Australia to Argentina, from China to New Zealand, from USA to India etc.
The Montenegrin postcard
Vanja Radovanović, the 2018 Montenegrin Eurovision representative was in Portugal recently in order to film his Eurovision postcard. He visited the Portuguese capital and got a chance to discover the city’s sights and soughts.
The Montenegrin postcard will depict Vanja visiting Lisbon’s celebrated street market Feira de Ladra. This is the Portuguese capital’s largest market and is located at Campo de Santa Clara.
Vanja was thrilled with the filming of his postcard:
I really enjoyed this experience, we started in front of the Pantheon, we passed by the Church of Santa Engrácia and we ended up in Feira da Ladra, an incredible market. I really enjoy visiting these type of markets wherever I go, and I was very impressed with this one. In this type of place it is possible to capture the spirit of the city and create a connection with the inhabitants. Lisbon is a beautiful city with amazing people, and I look forward to returning in May!
About Vanja Radovanović
Vanja Radovanović was crowned the winner of the 2018 Montenegrin national final- Montevizija and will be flying to Lisbon to defend the Montenegrin colours at the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest in Lisbon with Inje.
Montenegro in Eurovision
Montenegro debuted at the Eurovision Song Contest in 2007 as a solo country and is yet to win the competition. The country has only made it twice to the Grand Final (2014 & 2015), whilst its best result to date is a 13th place achieved by Knez in Vienna.
Montenegro is set to compete in the Second- Semi-final of the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest on 10 May in Lisbon.