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Wonderful narrow streets but more often than not stuffed with tourists however, I walked there early in the morning a few times around 6:30 and had the place to myself. Although the Citadel is not open at that time it is quite an experience to...More
We walked here from our hotel (Iberostar Bellevue) so we got to see Budva before the old town. When you enter the old town you feel like you’re going into another world. The buildings are beautiful and the views are even better!
On a very hot day it was nice to be in the shade due to the narrow streets and high buildings
Of course it was very photogenic with the streets littered with cafes, tourist shops and clothe boutiques
Stayed for 4+ hours including a nice...More
Beautiful old town set next to a marina filled with stunning motor cruisers and sailing ships. The town has ancient architecture and city walls. The little streets are filled with souvenir shops, small boutiques and places to eat and drink. This is a great place...More
It is the most interesting place in Budva city. If you like history, medieval architecture, shopping or drinking coffee in a pleasant atmosphere this is a perfect place for you. It is near the most beautiful beaches in Budva, Mogren and Richard's head, so your...More
The citadel charges a fee that includes a drink, so that's a perk. The old town has the typical souvenir shops and several eateries. One thing I didn't like was a smell of either cats or urine - it seemed to linger anywhere we turned....More