10 Things to do in Budva, Montenegro Travel Guide
Join us as we visit Budva, Montenegro in this travel guide covering locals eats, top attractions and the best things to do in Budva during your trip. Visiting in the off-season meant exploring the Old Town was an uncrowded affair. We had the incredible Citadel to ourselves, wandered along the coast and got lost in the small maze of the walled city. For Montenegrin cuisine we grabbed food along the waterfront with great views and a bit of brisk breeze in late fall. Overall, we had a pleasant visit and would recommend taking a day trip here from Kotor or even stay a few nights if your schedule allows for it.
10 Things to do in Budva City Tour (Будва) | Montenegro Travel Guide:
1) Walk along Budva harbour
2) Breakfast at Konoba Stari Grad for omelettes and cappuccinos
3) Budva Old Town Beach
4) Mogren beach and walking trail along the coast
5) Statua Ballerina
6) Church of Saint Ivan (Sveti Ivan) + greeting cats
7) Town Citadel (Citadela) + City Gates (Stari Grad)
8) Shopping in Budva (souvenirs and high end items)
9) Seafood and other classic Montenegrin food in Budva at Jadran Kod Krsta
10) Budva at night + Outro
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Our visit Budva travel guide documentary covers some of the top attractions including a food guide (Montenegrin), top sightseeing tourist attractions and the city by day including visiting churches, parks, the old town, stari grad, citadel, coastal beach walks, quirky neighborhoods and museums. We also cover off-the-beaten-path outdoor activities you won't find in a typical Budva tourism brochure, Budva itinerary or Budva city tour also known locally as Будва or Budua.
10 Things to do in Budva, Montenegro Travel Guide (Будва) Video Transcript:
Good morning good morning guys. Greetings from Budva, Montenegro. Budva! So this is our second stop in Montenegro. Yeah. We left Kotor behind and what was it like 30 or 40 minute bus ride. Yeah, ridiculously close. Yep. Probably our shortest travel day. Yeah. So far. And we're also really close to the Old Town. Like our apartment is a 15 minute walk. Yeah. So we've just walked down here and we're going to show you some different things you can in Budva in this travel guide. But first breakfast. Breakfast of course.
Budva is a popular resort town that sits on the shores of the Adriatic Sea, so we started the morning off with a walk along the harbour where you can see everything from little fishing boats to luxury yachts. Though Budva is very close to Kotor, it has a very different feel so we’re going to take you on a quick day tour of the city and show you what it’s all about.
Budva Old Town Beach may not be the prettiest to swim in, but you do get some nice views of the walled city with St. Ivan’s Church peeking above the fortifications, but now let’s continue up the coast.
If you keep walking west along the coast, you’ll first come across the Ballerina Statue, also nicknamed Yoga Girl, keep following that path and it’ll bring you to Mogren Beach and Mogren 2, which are a bit sandier and less pebbly than the beach in the Old Town.
The Old Town of Budva is situated on a rocky peninsula, with the citadel located on the southern tip of the city. There isn’t a lot of information about the site once you enter, but it’s worth the visit for the views of the Old Town alone.
And that’s pretty much it for our tour of Budva. As you can see, the Old Town is quite small and compact, so you could easily cover it in half a day if you only had time for a day trip. We hope you enjoyed this quick tour and we’ll see you in the next video!
This is part of our Travel in Montenegro video series showcasing Montenegrin food, Montenegrin culture and Montenegrin cuisine.
This is part of our Travel in the Balkans video series showcasing Balkan food, Balkan culture and Balkan cuisine.
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10 Best Places to Visit in Montenegro
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Montenegro - TOP 10 places you need to see
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1. Lake Piva
2. Budva city
3. Skadar lake
4. Durmitor national park
5. Sveti Stefan
6. Black lake
7. Tara canyon
8. Kotor Bay
9. Prokletije national park
10. Črnojevica river
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1. jazero Piva
3. Skadarské jazero
4. národný park Durmitor
5. Sveti Stefan
6. Črno jezero
7. kaňon rieky Tara
8. Kotorský záliv
9. národný park Prokletije
10. rieka Črnojevica
Budva & Kotor - Things to do in Montenegro (Balkan Road Trip 04)
Come with us as we explore Budva and Kotor on our Balkan Road Trip - these towns are the top things to do in Montenegro at the coast in summer!
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Beside beautiful old town with narrow streets the beaches and bays along the Adriatic are worth a visit.
Budva and Kotor are located along the Mediterranean coast of Montenegro and easily accessible from Dubrovnik in Croatia or the capital Podgorica.
Most of the best things to do in Montenegro can be found along the coastline - in summer this place is the hot spots for locals and tourists alike.
The following spots have been our favorite things to do in Montenegro:
- old town of Budva
- Island Sveti Nikola
- venetian walls and citadele of Budva
- old town of Kotor
- Bay of Kotor
- Fortifications of Kotor / Tvrđave Kotora or the Castle of San Giovanni
In the next episode of our Balkan Road Trip we'll visit Dubrovnik in Croatia!
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A Tour of BUDVA, MONTENEGRO: Is It Worth Visiting?
Montenegro Travel Guide
Today I'm kicking off 2017 with a video on the hidden gem that is Montenegro. This new country on the Adriatic coast is one of the new hot spots for the European summer party scene.
- Budva is the city you most want to visit
- Kotor is also very popular
- Land in Tivat or Podgorica
- Take a bus to Budva from either city or from neighboring Croatia
- Airbnb is recommended but you can also try Avala Resorts
- Stay near the Stari Grad (old town)
- Try karadjorjeva and ajvar to get unique Balkan food
- Ploce Beach is a must visit for day partying
- Trocadero and Top Hill are best clubs at night
- Visit Sveti Stefan beach
- Learn your Serbian. You might need it.
Budva Montenegro - Budva Old Town and beaches
Budva Montenegro - Budva Old Town and beaches
As the jewel of the Montenegrin coast, Budva is well protected by the breathtaking mountains offering magnificent views of the Adriatic sea. Nestled among the 15 th century Venetian walls, Budva's Old Town is considerer to be a hedonistic paradise, and one of the most popular tourist destinations of Montenegro. The Budva Riviera bustles with natural resources, primarily beaches and little islands, but also with rich nightlife, social events, festivals, carnivals and exceptional restaurants. The cultural heritage and numerous monuments, archaeological sites, fortresses, monasteries and churches reveal a fascinating history of this fortified town dating back to the ancient times.
What to see and do:
- Budva Old town: The main attraction of Budva's Old Town complex is surrounded by ancient walls. Colorful, narrow and winding streets walled by small Mediterranean-stylehouses, small squares, stone-paved sidewalks, and other colorful places of the Old City attract many tourists.
- Mogren beach consist of two smaller beaches, and nestled against a backdrop of the Spas hill and lush Mediterranean greenery. Situated 200m away from the Old Town, it can be easly reached by narrow concrete path.
- Ricardova glava beach: Along the stretch of coast between the walls of the Old Town and Mogren beach, in front of Avala hotel, lies Ricardova glava beach. Beach is around 100m long.
- Dukley lounge beach: A small stretch of sand located in cove at the beginning of Zavala Cape, facing west towards Budva, has been dubbed the Dukley Lounge Beach. The beach can be reached by a footpath from Budva or Becici. It is 80m long and covers an area of 950m2.
- St. Nicholas Island: Island of St. Nicholas is the largest in the southern part of the Adriatic Sea. Its 2km in length and with its geographical position closes the bay of Budva and has three sandy beaches. Tourist from Budva are transported the pier on the islan by ferry.
- Slovenska plaza beach: The largest beach in Budva extends from city marina to the Hotel Park. Mainly pebbly, but sandy in parts, divided into several leased beaches, with many cafes and restaurants. There is a promenade running from the Old Town, throught the Zavala tunnel, and along Becici beach, all the way to Kamenovo. The city beach is 1,600 m long.
Budva is must visit place in Montenegro and the whole city is dedicated to provide best tourist offer. From best events to best hotels, from best restaurants to best discotheques,something for everyone … Everything can be found in Budva and everyone can enjoy in great holiday!
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Top 10 Best Things to do in Budva Municipality, Montenegro
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List of Best Things to do in Budva Municipality, Montenegro
Altstadt (Old Town) Budva
Ballet Dancer Statue
Budva City Walls
Tunnel Between Budva and Becici
Island of St. Nicholas
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Top best places to visit in Budva, Montenegro
Budva is a coastal tourist resort on the Adriatic Sea in Montenegro.
Budva, known for its well preserved medieval walled city, is 2,500 years old, which makes it one of the oldest settlements on the Adriatic coast.
It is often called Montenegrin Miami, because it is the most crowded and most popular tourist area in Montenegro with beautiful beaches and diverse nightlife.
Luxury yachts dominate marina berths during the summer, overshadowing small fishing vessels owned by the locals.
Budva is blessed with many natural beaches.
A small Richard's Head Beach is just next to the old town.
Arguably the best known and most attractive of the city beaches, nested beneath the cliffs, is Mogren Beach.
Between those beaches is the Dancing Girl Statue, the most popular tourist sculpture in the city.
The best known landmark is the city’s Old Town which has complete fortifications with city gates, towers and a citadel and within the walls the entire area is pedestrian-only.
The most important structures in the Old Town are:
Church of Saint John, one of the oldest churches in the coastal region.
Built in Byzantine style with red and white stone stripes, the Church of the Holy Trinity.
And the Citadel, a fortification used to protect Budva from the sea.
The Citadel is a medieval castle built and dedicated to St. Mary, this is also the most monumental architectural object within the town walls.
From the Citadel there is a very beautiful view of the city and the sea.
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