We are planning to visit Montenegro in mid September for couple of days. We have been thinking to stay either in Budva or Kotor (can't be both, only visit for two days). Both places seem nice. We're in early 20s and looking for beach holidays as well as city/culture attractions. We prefer place that is not too overcrowded with tourists and easy access to other attractions nearby ie. Sveti Stefan.
Btw, we are going to Montenegro from Prizren. Is there any direct bus/train from Prizren to Budva/Kotor? So far we can't find any info about direct bus (have to stop at Ulcinj and take another bus to Budva/Kotor).
how is budva in june? I want to go june 16-22 and i don't know if i should because i feel like there won't be a lot of people there at the bars and clubs? is it too early to go?
I need to be at the airport by 1600 hrs. on Weds 19th June 2013, is there a suitable bus from Budva on that day?
Are there regular and reliable ferries from Budva to Venice?
Does anyone know how to get from Albania (preferably Tirana) to Budva?
Does the road train still run from Budva to Becici?
can somebody advise me on how to get from Budva to the Dubrovnik airport early in the morning (by 7:30-8:00am)? Are there any buses going at this time?
Does anybody knows something about Draga Apartment in Budva? I boocked a room at that place and I didn't find a review about it. Thanks.
I'm going to Budva in a couple of weeks. Travel agency offers me to choose hotel Villa D and R, Villa Neno, Villa Zlatibor or Villa Maria. I can't find rewiews so I'd be very grateful for good advise.
ı will be in Budva on 14th of september. How can ı go to Stari Bar from Budva and what can ı do to find my relatives in Stari Bar?
İf someone can help to me, ı will be very pleased.
Thanks a lot.
i am coming to budva on 25th july to 1 August.. I am searching for a hotel or hostel with my friend.
Could anyone tell me any place ? which is cheap and good and also near to the beaches or maybe some 200- 500 metres to walk.
waiting for your urgent replys :)
ps: maximum 150Euro per person for 7 nights maybe good for us.
Could anyone advise me of the best way to travel from Podgorica airport arriving 3pm Sunday 27/06 to Budva (would ideally like public transport to save on cost). Thanks in advance.
Hello, this may seem like a silly question - but our family of 3 has rented an apartment in rafailovici for 4 weeks this summer and the apartment does not have laundry serivces in it. Does anyone know if there is a laundromat or laundry services anywhere in rafialovici or budva? Thanks so much for your help :)
We are visiting Budva in Summer.. booked the flight to Dubrovnik. Anybody knows what is the best way to get to Budva from Dubrovnik. Any buses going. If so from where in Dubrovnik, timetables please!
Hi, I will be flying to Dubrovnik Airport on Sunday 9th August, and will be looking to reach Budva for a weeks holiday before returning to Dubrovnik Airport on the Sunday 16th August.
Please could anyone advise on the travel links? I was under the impression there were regular bus journeys between Dubrovnik and Budva, but now it appears they are not as regular, and possibly not running at all on Sunday. Would there be any trains / buses running from either the airport, Cavtat, or Dubrovnik to Budva on the Sunday? And returning the following Sunday?
If so, should we book ahead?
Many thanks for any help.
For information, our plane arrives at Dubrovnik airport at 17:00, so we are hard pushed to get to Budva. The return departs the airport at 18:00 so more time on the 2nd Sunday to get back to the airport.
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.
I read on this forum that there was a tour group that ran buses down to Tirana (via Skhoder) for tours and then comes back to Budva. I am looking for one way travel on this, and wanted to know if this bus still exists. I do not really care about the tours themeselves, just want easier transport than taking minibuses even if it costs more. Does anyone know the name of the company that does this and if it runs daily (it will be in mid June)?
I am thinking about going to Budva in May. Found this accommodation for 16 euro per person.
It almost sounds too good to be true.
Did anyone stay here before? The place is called Saki Apartmani.
They have a website: saki-apartmani.com/engleski/...
Also, the address is 4 Proleterska bb. Is that a good area in town? I am looking for something quiet but relatively close to the Old Town.
Thank you, guys.
when i was in budva about 6 weeks ago i came acrross this indian band that was playing just outside the old town, brilliant music, listen to it all the time, unfortunely i only picked up one cd..... and i can't get my hands on the others that are available, tried the net but to no avail, hopefully someone could help me out there.
Hello dear travellers,
Im preparing suitable vacation for my parents, and thinking about Budva. As they are quite not young, stairs and hills are quite a big problem.
So, I wanna ask how's Budva for older travellers? How's Old City?
Also, planning to stay in private villas, so will use city beach - it is no problem to reach it? i.e. no stairs or something?
I am traveling to Budva in Sept for about 4/5day. I am trying to get in contat with Hotel Mogren as they have no web address and the phone number that I have is just ringing out.
If this hotel is not available, would anyone have any other ideas about hotels or apartments.
There is only two traveling and we would like to be in the old town or a 5min walk.
More importantly we are looking for a reasonable rate as our flights were quite expensive.
many postings here are old - curious if anyone can give advice if we should take bus/car hire/or see if hotel can do pick up to get us from dubrovnik airport to budva. thanks much,.
Is there a direct bus from Dubrovnik airpot to Budva everyday? If so does anyone know the times?
we are two young guys looking for party in the summer time. we would like to stay in a 5-star hotel near the after beach parties. we know the only one is Splendid Hotel but we are not sure it is near the party places or , at least, at a walking distance.
We heard about the Avala Hotel, which is a 4-star hotel and also Iberostar.
which is our best option? a hotel in Becici or in Budva? is Becici further but it really worths?
please, I would really appreciate your help
I was just wondering if there is direct trains or buses from dubrovnik to budva in montenegro? Were going to croatia in june and then looking to go straight to montenegro but dont know what the best way to do this would be.
Thanks a mill!!
I am doing a little weekend trip from Pristina to Dubrovnik / Cavtat. I am thinking of stopping over for a day or 2 in Montenegro. It's a toss between Budva and Kotor.
Any advice or suggestions on if and which of these towns I should do a "layover" in?
I am trying to work out the easiest way to get from Skopje to Budva. So far I've found at that it's probably best to go via Pristina but from there are there buses or train that go anywhere near Budva?
Is parking a problem, especially near the old town area?
Are there any official parking areas and how much do the charge?
I'll leave my rent a car for over 24 hours from Sunday evening, to avoid getting stuck in traffic jams on Monday the 9th of July.
Thanks for all replies and suggestions!
I am planning to go to the Rolling Stones concert in Budva.
From other forum postings I found links for buses from Dubrovnik to Budva.
I'll be arriving by plane to Cilipi airport-does the bus stop near the airport?
Or in Cavtat? Or do I have to go to dubrovnik first?
Thanks for all replies!:)
Is it best to take public transport (if there is any) or take a taxi? Roughly how long and how much would it be for 2 people? Thanks