劳群一The ancient city of Budva, 2500 years ago, is a tourist spot in Montenegro. Much smaller than the ancient city of Kotor, the style of the ancient city is similar to that of Kotor, and the distance between the two cities is not far away. There is a clear distinction between tradition and modernity here. The ancient city is a unique Mediterranean architecture, with churches, office spaces and city walls. It takes 6 ohms to climb to the highest point of the ancient city to see the ancient city and the Atria Sea. The beautiful beach is full of restaurants. The restaurant has its own characteristics. On the trestle bridge extending into the sea, set up a few tables, order a few bottles of local beer, taste the local delicacy, blow the sea breeze, and enjoy the sun. As soon as the sun went down and the temperature dropped sharply, the waiter immediately brought the blanket over and the service was in place! I live in a resort area. Boys and girls from all over the country gather at the beach holding a box of beer. The intense jazz music lasts until late at night.
A lovely way to see the inner of the Old Town of Budva and it's surroundings.
The fortress wall is shaped like a horseshoe, so it is not closed and you can only bypass part of the Old Town. Therefore, you have to go back the way you came.
Nevertheless, you can spend a lot of time here and look at the ancient walls and arrows, enjoy stunning panoramic views of the Adriatic Sea, the mighty cliffs, the wonderful nature of Montenegro and the coastal settlements.
I recommend watching the sunset from here. At this moment the Old Town is particularly beautiful, with red roof tiles changing colors - from burgundy to fiery.
The entrance to city walls is 2€.
The Citadel of course forms part of the old city walls and as such also commands excellent views not only of the Old Town, but also the surrounding bay. It costs 3.5 Euros to come in, and although there isn't an awful lot to see it is worth it. The toilets are free - and clean (it's the people that use them that make them dirty after all) and there is a nice coffee area surrounded by flowers. There is also a lovely reading room where one can sit and relax, which came as a bit of a surprise. The Citadel itself though is essentially a series of steps with a wide open courtyard and a viewing platform. Nothing to write home about perhaps - apart from that view.
The beach located nearby the old city beach, 10-15 minutes walks through a rocky path. Accessible if you have a stroller. The beach is separated in two parts Mogren 1 and Mogren 2 by a rock with a tunnel connection. There is little sand, more stones and pebbles. Not so easy to walk, especially for a child. But in comparison with a main Budva beach which is very turbid, Mogren beach has very transparent water. Also views during the walk path there is amazing. There is cafe there as well where you can order all kinds of food, palavica, hamburger, soups etc. Beach in summer was very overcrowded, not so much space. Two sunbeds and 1 umbrella costed 12 euro unlimited
After spending many holidays in Croatia we decided to try Montenegro. My wife chose this hotel for its fantastic location with stairs going down to one of the gates to the Old Town. The room was great with only a few issues which were sorted out pretty quickly. Dinner was good with lots to choose from and breakfast wasn't too bad but they have to cater to a lot of guests from Russia, Germany and others so don't expect fish and chips if you're English. Having spent many holidays in 4 star hotels I would rate this one as about a 3.6 because it doesn't need a bit of work and some better staff training. I know the monthly salary in this country is not as good as ours but we pay the equivalent of 3 months Montenegrin salary every stop on this holiday and want to be treated with more respect. We visited many places during our stay and got lots of flyers and flyers to stay at for friends and family. We were unable to do this as we left them on the table and the cleaners chose to put a lot in the bin on our second to last day. Apart from this I will return to this fantastic city but may look for other options. I would like to add the gentleman at reception was very helpful and convinced us to come back to this location.
Budva, set in the middle of the coast of the shimmering Adriatic Sea in Montenegro, it’s the center of tourism in this small Balkan country. Filled with restaurants, bars, clubs, and shops, there are plenty of things to do in Budva. After all, this is Montenegro’s most popular destination for beach holidays and it’s home to some of our favorite luxury hotels in the country!
Located on a peninsula that juts out into the Adriatic’s azure waters, Budva, with its fortified city walls and long, rich history, is historically one of the most important towns on the coast of the Balkans. Besides the peninsula, the local geography also features several islands and a bay.
The coast around Budva is no less than 21 kilometers (13 miles) long and has 17 beautiful beaches. The combination of this many beaches and a downright superb climate is why this is Montenegro’s tourism epicenter.
The town enjoys a typical Mediterranean climate. With warm to hot summers and mild, comfortable winters, as well as no fewer than 230 days of sunshine, Budva is basically the perfect destination for a beach vacation.
It’s grown into a modern, well-established town featuring beaches, cultural attractions, and fantastic nightlife. People who visit Montenegro nowadays will typically also spend at least a day in Budva. Especially its vibrant party scene sets it apart from other tourist hotspots in the region, such as the Bay of Kotor and Dubrovnik.
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A beautiful city where the mountain blends perfectly with the Adriatic Sea, a wonderful place I might say.
I strongly recommend that you visit Montenegro.
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#budva is maybe the number 1 city in #montenegro when we talk about the sunbathing, nightlife and summer vacation. It is very different than other places in the country and it offers kilometres of beaches. On the first picture you can see Yaz Beach which I think is the best one in the area. Then you can see a picture from the old town (similar ot Kotor and Dubrovnik of course), the marina and a picture with a bird eye view.