Budva City Private Walking Tour, Montenegro
Visit the oldest city on the Adriatic Sea, which dates back to 3450 years ago. Budva is often called "the metropolis of tourism" because it is the most visited destination in Montenegro, and it is often given the epithet "Queen of the Adriatic".
- Discover the main square, famous for its churches standing beside each other
- Visit Roman Catholic Cathedral dedicated to Saint John and Orthodox church Saint Trinity
- Explore small church Saint Sava (12th century)
- See Budvas Citadel and Ancient Necropolis
- Visit the popular city viewpoint at the Ballerina monument in the direction of Mogren beach
- Take a walk along the sunny Marina
- Transfer from city/place of accommodation/stay to Budva and back
- Lunch at some of the local restaurants
- Prolongation of the city tour duration
- Citadel entrance fee
- Travel health insurance
Please note: the tour will start In front of the Old Town's main city gates.
Budva is a coastal city on the Adriatic coast in Montenegro. This city dates back 3,450 years ago and is one of the oldest cities on the Adriatic Sea. The area around the city, along the coast, is called the Budva Riviera. The Riviera is the center of Montenegrin tourism, known for its sandy beaches and nightlife, the area of hotels and restaurants that separates the beautiful coast from high mountains.
The name Old Town, Budva was worn in the Middle Ages, and most of the architecture of this city was of Venetian origin. Doors, windows, balconies and many other parts of the constructions are of Roman style. It kept its original form with its narrow streets, squares and stone staircases leading to the elegant houses with small windows framed by hewn frames and red-tiled roofs. Budva has a large number of cultural and historical monuments, monasteries and churches that document the historical and social events in the area of the Budva Riviera. Among the most famous churches are the church of St. John, built in the seventh century, the church of Santa Maria in Punta from 840, the church of the Holy Trinity from 1804. The most famous part of the city walls is called Citadel and is an interesting tourist attraction. The city abounds in beautiful beaches of which the most famous are: Mogren, Slovenska, Bečići, Jaz
Today Budva is a tourist center, a monumental resort, a city theater and a prestigious village on the tourist map of Europe and the world. Budva is often referred to as the metropolis of tourism because it is the most visited destination in Montenegro and one of the most visited ones on the Adriatic, and it is often given epithet like Queen of the Adriatic.