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All reviews narrow streets old town tourist shops bars and restaurants worth a visit wander around couple of hours mini dubrovnik adriatic coast lots of shops few hours within the walls high season stari grad nice beach citadel tourists
The old town of Budva - a 2,500-year-old walled fortress makes it one of the oldest settlements on the Adriatic coast.
Passing through the massive gates, you return to the late middle century with narrow and often dead-end streets, small cobblestone squares, church complexes, and...More
The old town ,well worth a visit. The way it has been restored, it's as if it was never touch ,since its original building. The narrow, cobbled stone streets,small quirky shops,sit very well with newer establishments. It's just lovely to wander around.
Budva old town is one of those places where you can while away an hour or two browsing in the shops. Unfortunately, most of the premises are tourist type shops so most of the things you see are key rings, fridge magnets etc. The narrow...More
Budva's Old Town is nice, but Kotor's is much more interesting, beautiful and bigger. Italian effect is felt in Budva's Old Town. We had dinner at a restaurant which seemed attractive but we were disappointed.
We visited L&M several times. Each time we were served politely and fast. The food was tasty. Especially I liked cold seefood salad. My wife liked chiken pasta. The portions are huge as it seems to be the habit in Budva. But you can allways...More