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Updated, May 2023


Budva is a lovely coastal town in Montenegro noted for its beautiful beaches, active nightlife, and historical attractions. Budva attracts visitors from all over the world with its attractive ancient town, sandy beaches, and crystal blue waters.

The city has a variety of accommodation, restaurants, and entertainment choices. Visitors can explore the ancient walls and narrow streets of the old town, rest on the popular Mogren Beach, or engage in water sports and boat cruises.

Budva’s nightlife scene is vibrant, with various bars, clubs, and beach parties. Budva offers a wonderful coastal escape with a mix of history and activities to do, whether you are looking for calm or adventure.

Getting In & Around

Getting in

Tivat Airport:
20 km from Budva city centre, airport is the coast of Adriatic sea, bay of Kotor. address: 27 Narodnih Heroja, Tivat, Montenegro, web: visit website, phone: +382 (0)32 670 930, Taxi: €15-20, Bus: bus stop is little far along the main road but fewer services. 

Podgorica Airport:
65 km from Budva, address: Golubovci, Montenegro, web: visit website, phone: +382 (0)20 444 244, Taxi: around €40-60(negotiate before, most meters are flawed), Bus: around €10-15

Budva Bus Station:
location: Budva, Montenegro, driving directions, phone: +382 33 456 000, There is a fee of €2 to enter the station, toilets are also paid there are some shops. do remember apart from your bus ticket, buses often cost additional €1/bag to keep your luggage in the trunk. 

Piazza Duomo

See & Do

In Budva, a charming coastal town in Montenegro, there are plenty of things to see and do. Start by exploring the picturesque Old Town, with its narrow streets, medieval walls, and historic buildings.

Don’t miss a visit to the Citadel for panoramic views of the Adriatic Sea. Relax on Budva’s beautiful beaches, such as Mogren and Jaz, where you can soak up the sun or enjoy various water sports.

Indulge in delicious seafood and Mediterranean cuisine at local restaurants. Explore nearby Sveti Stefan, a stunning island-turned-luxury resort. Finally, experience Budva’s vibrant nightlife, with numerous bars and clubs offering entertainment until the early hours.

Piazza Duomo