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Historic Site
“The old town is Budva’s trademark. It is raised on the island, which used to be connected with the land by a sandy covering and so it grew into a peninsula. The Old Budva’s town is a unique architectural and urban entity which is mentioned as a lodgment even in the antique period. According to those sources, Budva is one of the oldest urban centers in the Adriatic - it is more than 2.500 years old. The walls of the Old town were, and are even today, the attraction for both the tourists from the country as well as for those from the farthest parts of the world. They date from the middle century, when in these areas Venetians ruled. Certain damages the urban nucleus of the Old town experienced twice, first in 1667., and then in 1979. in great earthquakes. When for the first time you visit the old Budva’s town maybe you will think that you are in a labyrinth, because of the braided streets, squares, bulwarks and towers from the late middle century. In the Old town a city fortress Citadela (Citadel) is placed, which dates from the V – VI century B.C., which is today a stage of the famous City theater. In town there are also Church of Sveti Ivan (St. Ivan) – a monumental basilica with three transepts, which was built in VII century, the oldest edifice Sveta Marija (St. Marija) from Punta from 840 A.D., and also the church of Sveti Trojica (St. Trinity) built in 1804. year.”
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Club Discothèque
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“After a hard day on the beach, it’s time to brush of the sand and get ready for a night on the town. The old town’s bars come alive after dark, with dancing and drinking until 1am. When the curfew hits, everyone heads to Top Hill, a world-class club that features global DJs and artists every night through summer. Top Hill accommodates up to 5,000 people at a time and has a vodka bar, wine bar, Jacuzzi bar and VIP area.”
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Centre commercial
“For a rainy day or a break from these . Indoor shopping centre. Cafes. Cinema with several screens. ”
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Club Discothèque
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“Trocadero is an old and one of the top 3 clubs in Budva. It features a very nicely designed club with lounge spaces on the 3 balconies. It also hosts many famous singers and many nice DJ's. ”
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Restaurant de fruits de mer
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“Famous Sea Food restaurant in Budva. One of the oldest restaurants in Budva and for sure, one of the most popular for tourists!”
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City
“On Topliš Hill, just above the town, Aquapark Budva is fun for all ages. There’s a playground with slides, buckets and plenty of dripping water for little ones. There are also wave pools, waterspouts, a lazy river and swim-up bar, all spread over three levels. But the real fun is on the water slides. There are seven different slides, and visitors fly down them at up to 80 kilometres per hour.”
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Restaurant de fruits de mer
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“Restaurant Porto is a very good seafood restaurant in Budva. If you are visiting Montenegro in high season, you may try. ”
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Resort
“One of the biggest beaches in Budva, with great beach bars everywhere. You can try water sports like diving, parasailing, bungee jumping, water skidoo and others... ”
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Bus Station
“This is the main Bus Station in Budva that has connections to all other cities in Montenegro and the other countries. ”
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Natural Feature
“Beautiful two beaches one next to another, pure sea, magnificent statue of ballerina on a way to this two beaches”
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BBQ Joint
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“Montenegrin & Serbian cousine, very tasty food for people who like to eat big portions! :)”
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BBQ Joint
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“The best traditional grilled meat 'rostilj'! You should definitelly try 'cevapi' and 'pljeskavica' :)”
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Beach
“This is a beautiful and clean secluded beach that not a lot of people now about ”
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Place to eat
“You can get a bus to most destinations from this station. Have a lovely coffee, cake, dinner. Children's play area. Few small animals to look at....eg goats, rabbits, etc ”
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History Museum
“One of the most important Museums in Montenegro. It preserves and protects the cultural heritage of the city of Budva. Located in the building from the beginning of the 19th century. It has permanent exhibitions of archaeological and ethnographic collections; on the ground floor of the museum there is a lapidarium with valuable examples of stone plastic. Jedan od najznacajnijih Muzeja u Crnoj Gori.Cuva i stiti kulturno nasledje grada Budve.Smjesten u zgradi s pocetka 19.vijeka. Ima stalne postavke arheoloske i etnografske zbirke, u prizemlju muzeja je lapidarijum sa vrijednim primjerima kamene plastike.”
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Historic Site
“Citadel is a city fortress, which contains the remains of the Santa Maria church from the Middle Ages”
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