One of the most ancient Adriatic cities today represents unavoidable tourist destination for guests from all around the world. The city with centuries of culture, sports and entertainment is visited each year by more than half of tourists who come to Montenegro.
Budva, small coastal city of some twenty thousand inhabitants, becomes a real tourist metropolis in summer period, ever since ‘30 of the previous century there are organized tours of visitors searching for mild climate and natural beauties. A former fisherman town is today’s modern tourist centre, a city with open cultural scene, prestigious entertainment and music festivals, and international sports events.
Sandy beach along Budva of some 20 km is treated as one of the most beautiful in Europe. Beaches in Buljarica or Petrovac, Bečići, Slovenska or Jaz beach are some of major reasons that induce guests to spend their vacation in this particular part of Mediterranean.
Budva’s pearl is most certainly Old Town, more than 2.500 years old, treasury of Montenegrin cultural heritage. Narrow streets covered in stone, fortifications that surround it, museums, galleries and sacred objects – treasury that each day in year attracts large amount of visitors.
Squares of Old Town in summer months are transformed into theatre and poet scenes and tourists find attractive numerous workshops with souvenirs and fashionable clothing.
Back part of Budva is an area developed with special care in previous years. Rural estates and buildings with outstanding sea view represent an offer that becomes more and more interesting.
Research shows that Budva is the only Montenegrin “must see” place if you decide to visit this country and stay in it at least for a coffee at the seashore or spend an unforgettable night in some of world’s best disco clubs.