Are you looking for what to do in Budva?
Budva is packed with fantastic architectural delights and incredible natural surrounds. There is little chance that visitors will not be able to fill up their itinerary, if indeed that is their goal.
Mogren Beach: The above accommodation options will put visitors in perfect position to access the main beach of Budva. It stretches far along the coast, which means the best part of the sand is further along its length at Mogren 2. Even further visitors will find Sharks Rock. The water is exceptional.
Church of Saint John: An attractive church in the old town, it hosts a number of important monuments including “Madona in Punta”. It also boats a cohesive library and archives.
Old Town: Also known as Stari Grad, this is where the city began out on its peninsula perch. Actually, the old town began as an island, but eventually began connected to the mainland. The city walls are imposing ramparts that make the old town within seem all the more enchanted.
Dancing Girl Statue: For the best panoramic snapshot of old town, tourists make their way to the dancing girl statue, which holds myths of its own that visitors can choose to believe or not.
Pubs and Nightlife
Hacienda: This disco speaks to the Latinos out there who feel like dancing anything from reggaeton to salsa, and even a bit of samba and popular Castellano hits through into the mix. Located in the centre.
Caspar: This DJ bar is located in the old town. It is known for its variety of music, electronic tunes to jazz.
Trocadero: Owning up to the town’s reputation for being a party locale, Trocadero offers lots of space for dancing, numerous DJs throughout the night, and live acts to boot. Located on the main Slovenska Obala promenade. Eiffel Tower base gives it away.
Old Town: The narrow stone and cobblestone lanes that weave throughout old town play host to the town’s high-end boutiques. Visitors will find world class clothe designers, expensive jewellery and more. Just be aware of counterfeiting brands.
Slovenska Obala: The main promenade that follows the curve of the water is also the locale of great shopping. This is the walk to make to find expensive no-quality trinkets and sunglasses, souvenirs and the like.
Summer Bazaar, City Market: Close to the promenade and outside of the old town perimeter visitors can find the city market and summer bazaar, where everything from beach gear to strange arts and crafts are found.
Below we have a list of things to do in Budva and the places where you want to spend the best moments of your trip. At the same time, the city offers you the best neighborhoods to explore and new foods to try.
This list should help you in deciding and prioritizing what you should plan on your Budva getaway. Find a mix of must-see tourist spots, underrated local hangouts, and maybe even a few new experiences you can try out.
Make the most of your trip to Budva with confidence.