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The 2500-year-old town of Budva in Montenegro

by Victoria

Montenegro Republic is a country located in Southeast Europe, bordering Bosnia, Serbia, Albania and Croatia, with a population of about 620,000 people. Montenegro is the least populated country in Eastern Europe, bordering the Adriatic Sea. The capital of this country is Podgorica, known as the jewel of the Balkans with the strength of the majestic natural beauty.

Speaking of Montenegro, it is impossible not to mention famous landmarks such as the Kotor Cultural and Historical Center, where there are many ancient architectures or the coastal town of Budva that any visitor must visit. Stop overnight in Montenegro and sleep in the 2,500-year-old coastal town of Budva, and you’ll have the opportunity to enjoy the beauty of this place with many historical values.

The seaside town of Budva has a bustling amusement area right behind the old town along the sea. Although this is one of the oldest citadels on the Adriatic coast, the surroundings are designed as a marina for the rich locally.

Budva 2,500 years old is considered one of the oldest towns, also the most prominent tourist destination in Montenegro. The nearby beaches are still unspoiled, beautiful, attracting tourists.

Despite its small area, Montenegro is fortunate to possess a large number of natural and man-made wonders. This place quickly made its mark and became an attractive tourist destination. With majestic mountains, unspoiled nature, both blue seas and ski resorts, Montenegro is a “mecca” for wildlife lovers and adventurers.

Budva also has Sveti Stefan, a small island in the Adriatic waters, 6 km from Budva city. The island has an area of ​​12,400 km2 and is connected to the mainland by a small earth strait. This place is specialised by a fishing village of the same name, picturesque with houses from the 15th century. Between 1934 and 1936, the house of Queen Marija Karadordevic of Serbia was built, surrounded by 800 olive trees. The ground is more than 32 hectares. By 1950, the village’s population was 411 including 256 Serbs, 109 Montenegro people, 6 Croats and 40 people of other ethnicity.

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