DO NOT GO HERE!! We came in with a large group (around 15 people) and immedietly went to the bar. One of our group members gave the bartender a 100 Euro note for a few drinks; the bartender refused to give change back and ran away. He had to corner, yell and make a scene before he returned his change. Another group member gave the bartender a 20 Euro note and the bartender pretended that a 5 Euro note was given instead and therefore no change was needed. It caused a near fight with our group and we immediately left due to their poor service.
We found out the next day that this bar is known for cheating tourists and likes to change the prices of drinks as the night goes on hoping that you don't realize after drinking so much. I do not suggust going here AT ALL!
Now I haven’t really checked into this place history and how really old this place is, however, it is called The Old Fisherman’s Pub and it is right there by the promenade just outside the old town. Seems ok for a cold drink maybe but if you look for a cool party you will not find it here.
This bar is a kind of jazz bar, late at night you can see life music here which is kind of nice feeling in the old town. However, in one of the times when we got here for an early drink the service was very very slow even the place was no busy at all, but well, that is sometimes part of the culture learning here :)
In one of the more peaceful corners in the old city there is this small English Pub name the Prince.
This is one of the smallest pubs among the walls in the old city. Can’t really remember the street name but while you hang around you surely bump into this place and can get here some good cold Niksicko pint.
At night the strip of low level buildings on the former isthmus which once connected Budva to the mainland, starts to pulsate with eastern eurodance music from about 10pm. There are a number of free disco tents along this strip ram packed with dancing Slavs of all descriptions (mostly from Poland) and the whole area feels like the Spanish Costas with a Russian accent. There are loads of drunk attractive girls who really let their hair down....There are many of these free discos to choose from although most of them close at about 2am whereafter the only clubbing available is at one of two or three commercial nightclubs where you have to pay to enter and are less fun.
Dress Code: No dress code except in the commercial nightclubs where the bouncers decide who they like the look of and who they don't.
It´s a disco for teenagers... with rude employees.
One night I just asked the barman to change the HOT beer they sold me and they almost beat me because of my complaints. I tried to change the beer in the exactly moment they give me to my hands.
This happened this july 2008 on the Trocadero nightclub, and its only one of several episodes
with the rude employees.
Atention , there are two TROCADEROS in Budva .
One on the "promenade" street ( open air disco ) and the other near the old town and Slovanska Plaza.
The first one is open until 1 am , the other until 5 am.
Trocadero is for sure the heart of Budva's night life. Every night there is an ex-yugoslavian music star invited and you can drink and dance all night long. The atmosphere is great.
Dress Code: clubbing dress is excellent.
DJ bar is situated in The Old Town of Budva. It feats into Mediterranean ambient both architectonically and structural.
The club consists out of two bars and three terraces, capacity of 300 seats. It is musical orientated in jazz, soul, punk, reggae, Brasil and all modern music directions such as Latino, boogie, broken beat, house, drum n base, electro, nu jazz, frees style, eclectic…The club has Turbo sound system. During the season, there are a plenty of domestic and foreign DJs, musicians, and concept artists.
Dress Code: No dress code
I don't deserve to give a tip on nightlife since I didn't experience any, but we drove by this club and it looked "great". I thought it was cheeky. So I'm guessing it's a very typical, local joint, which may be very entertaining and educational about the locals-if you're like me and you enjoy that type of thing....AGAIN, I'm only assuming about this place, so please just entertain my visions...I'm not claiming to know the facts
Dress Code: I would imagine anything goes...
Ladies: Go with the "Less is more" philosophy.
Gentlemen: I'm assuming ladies would be more interested if you dressed in more posh attire and it wouldn't hurt to show off some nice jewelry or a nice flashy watch. Just look well groomed and act like you know what you're doing and where you're at.