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Private Tour: Pearls of Montenegro Coast from Dubrovnik
"Your tour starts at the place of your residence in Dubrovnik. Meet with our agent / driver in your hotel / accommodation after breakfast around 8 am departing Dubrovnik start to enjoy a scenic ride on our way towards Montenegro border which you will pass approximately one hour after our departure. Right after you cross the border your guide (guide upon availability and at an extra charge) will join you and continue your journey towards Boka bay passing the chanel by ferry to Budva. Once you arrive in Budva and before you start your tour of the old town you can relax in a popular cafe bar at the entrance of old town. After the pause start your walking tour through the old town and you will be introduced to all main historical sites and learn more about rich history of this famous town. Your Montenegro coastal tour continues towards next popular destination St. Stefan. Ride will take approximately 15 minutes
From EUR357.00
 
Private Full-Day Montenegro and Dubrovnik Tour from Split
"Discover the Mediterranean’s best-kept secret on your private full-day tour to beautiful Montenegro located just across the border from Dubrovnik.Your professional driver-guide will pick you up at your accommodation in split (upon request) or you air-conditioned minivan for your journey to Montenegro which will take about 4.5 hours one-way following the main highway to cut out any unnecessary travel time. After the short break in Dubrovnik you will board your vehicle and drive south alongside Adriatic coast passing cities Cavtat and Konavle and soon thereafter you will cross the border to Montenegro (passports required). Continuing on you will drive alongside the Bay of Kotor (Europe’s most southern fiord) passing the cities Igalo Herceg Novi (two great Turkish turned Venetian fortresses) and Bijela Kamenari where you will make a photo stop in front of magical Perast – city of seamen and the 2 small islands with St. George's church and Our Lady of the Rocks (Gospa od Škrpjela). After the short stop you will continue the journey through Risan and stop at Perast town where your driver-guide explains major buildings and its rich history. Finally
From EUR600.00
 
Old Town of Kotor Walking Tour
"Kotor is situated in the most secluded part of Boka Kotorska (The Bay of Kotor). While it dates from the Illyrian period Kotor developed into an important commercial and artistic center in the Middle Ages. Many empires battled for control over the city throughout the centuries: from being an autonomous city of the Byzantine Empire free city of medieval Serbia then under Venetian or Hungarian states gaining independence and then returned to Venetian control once again just to be occupied by France and then Austria until Kotor finally became part of Yugoslavia.Kotor tour begins at the main gate of the Old Town
From EUR20.00

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Language.

If you don t speak the local language , write down the important words, like place names, for when you travel by bus. Try to write it as near to the local way. I find showing a small picture of the...
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Croatian paranoia

Croatian guide seemed very paranoid about thiefes in Montenegro. I said this because our guide before letting us go out of the bus reccomended several times to take care of our belongings and never...
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2 things to watch out

I have been living in Budva for 18 years and I am gonna be objective now. Ok so first thing you should know is that this town is danger free. Here everybody knows everybody, so don't expect from...
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WARNING: Avoid Autosaobracaj Company (I&V)

If you see the sign of Autosaobracaj Kragujevac, try to avoid that bus. There are chances to travel normally, but you can hear a proposal from bus-driver to stand for 10 hours as there are no place to...
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Overcrowded

One problem with Budva is overcrowded during summer months. So my advice for you is to visit Budva in non season time – In May or after September 15th. Don't worry about weather – swimming season...
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Don't drop your keys

...Especially when you are walking around the wall over the sea. You'll never find anything that you drop over the edge.Don't let that stop you from walking to the east side of the city of Budva along...
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Top Things to Do in Budva

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Budva Marina

Just before the marina there was a little beach. We had a very pleasant swim there on our way back to the bus station. The marina itself is a mixture of fishing boats, boats offering cruises to...
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The Dancing Girl Statue

We walked away from the Old Town on the opposite side from the marina and the bus station and, as we wandered along the coastline walkway, we encountered the beautiful, graceful dancing girl statue....
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The Citadel

I paid 3 Euros to visit the citadel of the Old Town. This was built by the Austrians in 1836. The best bit about the citadel are the views from it over the sea, the Island of Sveti Nikola and the new...
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The Old Town

Budva old town is a walled town with several gates. It has a main square, Trg og Crkava, home to several churches and the citadel. It also has some beautiful old narrow streets. It is not a huge old...
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Budva's City Walls

I paid 1Euro 50 cents to walk the walls of Budva's old town. This takes around 20 minutes. You cannot walk all the way round. The views from the walls are lovely. You can look out towards Sveti...
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Trg og Crkava

This is the main square of Budva Old Town. Here you can visit the Church of John the Baptist with its towering bell tower. This church dates from the seventh century. Inside in the north altar it...
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"Budva the Pearl of Montenegro Tourism"
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"B U D V A"
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"ANTIQUE, MEDIEVAL AND MODERN BUDVA"
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