Hotel Tara

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Becici, Budva, 85316, Montenegro
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Average
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Poor
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Rated 13% higher but also costs 35% more than other 4 star hotels

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  • Couples83
  • Solo100
  • Business66

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Forum Posts

Budva-Prishtina

by seanuhthawn

Planning on taking a trip next summer around the region. I was wondering if anyone could tell me the easiest way from either Budva or Kotor to Prishtina. Are there regular bus routes? Would it make more sense to first get a bus to Podgorica? Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Re: Budva-Prishtina

by MacedonianUK

During the summer months (June-September) there is Macedonian registerd bus wich goes from Skopje via Prishtina to Budva,Kotor & Ulcinj.
It will be easy to pick up ride on the return trip back to Skopje, and get off at Prishtina.
For that chek www.sas.com.mk & www.skopjeonline.com.mk
Last summer ticket Skopje-Budva was €40, I dont know how much is Budva-Prishtina but it will be definatly cheaper than €40.
MacedonianUK

Travel Tips for Budva

A path to nowhere

by Aurorae

Or just a visual effect? :) It was taken on the top of the citadela complex, it gives the impression like the road is cut off right there and there is an abyss to the sea. There are a lot of paths like this around Budva old town. Lose yourself inside.

Narrow streets and alleys

by karenincalifornia

Budva was urbanized in the 15th century, but most of the old town buildings do not predate 1667, which was the year of a major earthquake that all but demolished the city. Budva was rebuilt after that quake, and then suffered another bad temblor in 1979. Most of the restoration since that quake has been completed.

Typical of many Mediterranean cities and towns, Budva consists of numerous narrow, randomly built streets and alleyways. What makes this city particularly beautiful are the glimpses of the Monetengrin mountains in between buildings as you are strolling through the city.

Narrow streets

by Aurorae

Budva is full of narrow streets and hidden corners. In the summer during the high season, it is so crowded that you can't pass thrrough, as it is so narrow!!! And too many people! It can be a real MESS!!!

Bradt Guide Montenegro

by pure1942

I don't rely heavily on guide books anyway but I do use them a lot when planning a trip and to get background information on the history of a place. The Bradt guide does well in giving background information and history of Montenegro and its towns and cities in general but the detail on what to see and do is a bit vague and hard to read. I think that's what I found to be the biggest problem with this book. It's too hard to navigate and you need to trawl through pages to find the relevant details of what you're looking for.

Having said all that, they're aren't too many guide books dedicated to Montenegro so I suppose beggers can't be choosers and it did help me with my planning of my trip.

Think Lonely Planet just brought out an individual guide to Montenegro...would recommend this more than the Bradt guide based on past experience of both publishers.

The Bradt Guide Budva section supplies several useful maps of Budva City, Old Town and Budva Riviera as well as good background information on Budva's ancient hostory from it's beginnings by the Greeks and Illyrians through Roman, Byzantine and Venetian eras. Also supplies some information on places to eat and drink but is a little outdated on certain details. Let's itself down a little on budget accommodation options (Hippo Hostel is not open in April as claimed and there is no other budget accomm. advice)

Kraljicina plaza (Queen's beach)

by Aurorae

Another gorgeous beach in the near vicinity of Budva! It is right between Budva and Sveti Stefan. It is also hidden among the pines and cypress trees, in lush Mediterranean vegetation and beautiful shore, sandy/pebbled with emerald waters and crystal clear sea!
It was named after queen Marija who loved to go there so much, it was her favourite place.

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