If you are planning a trip to Budva, Montenegro, you need to know some interesting facts about this city in order to get the most out of your vacation. Budva is the main tourist destination on the Montenegrin coast and is also a combination of old and modern world. One of the things that make this city attractive is the view of the Montenegrin mountains that surround this city.

The old town is the heart of Budva. It contains the most important cultural and historical monuments. The Old Town welcomes guests throughout the year. Almost every house in the city has shops, restaurants and bars on its ground floor, so this city is not only a place of historic importance, but also a place for long walks and enjoyment. Roman necropolis at the entrance to the old town, ancient pylons, Roman altar, early Christian basilica, churches of St. John the Baptist, St. Trinity with iconostasis, Santa Maria in Punta, St. The Save the Holy, the Citadel and the Budva Museum are just some of the testimonies of this city’s turbulent and dynamic past.

One more interesting attraction around Budva is the peninsula of Sveti Stefan is one of the most exclusive resorts in the Mediterranean, created by the renovation of stone houses on the island. The settlement is named after the church at the top of the island, dedicated to St. Stephen. There are still churches of St. The Transfiguration of the Lord and St. Alexander Nevsky. St. Stefan was a fishing village for several centuries, until its emigration began in the mid-1950s in order to build luxury apartments and rooms in stone houses.

What makes Budva so special in addition to all its natural beauty, is its distinctive atmosphere. Nightlife, water attractions, outstanding gastronomic offer, great shopping offer, excellent quality both private and hotel accommodation, make this city an ideal place for vacation and stay.