Budva is one of the jewels in Montenegro’s stunning crown. Its warm climate, beautiful beaches and remarkable Old Town attract many tourists from Eastern Europe every year. Yet, it remains relatively unknown to all other travellers. I was lucky to spend a few days in Budva and here are my top 6 things to do in and around this beautiful part of the Adriatic coast.
Budva’s history dates back to 2500 years ago. Its fortified Old Town is very compact and walkable, with plenty of cafes and restaurants to relax in and people watch.You can walk along the city walls too, however the entrance near the Citadela is sometimes locked. Make sure to grab a delicious smoothie from The Juice Bar or tasty pancakes from the small hole-in-the-wall bakery further down the same street towards the citadel.