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Famous Sea Food restaurant in Budva. One of the oldest restaurants in Budva and for sure, one of the most popular for tourists!
Well, if you haven't eaten in restaurant Jadran, it might seem that you haven't been in Budva at all.
Very nice fish restaurant. In a nice typical decor. It is very big restaurant so mostly reservation is not needed. The restaurant is located in the city marine. The waiter comes to your table withe different kinds of fish and you chose what you want.
'Jadran' kod Krsta - an ideal place for fresh sea food and cozy ambience by the sea. This simple restaurant has long tradition and is equally popular among locals and tourists. On this map it's shown further down the promenade - actually its very close to the Old Town.
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“After a hard day on the beach, it’s time to brush of the sand and get ready for a night on the town. The old town’s bars come alive after dark, with dancing and drinking until 1am. When the curfew hits, everyone heads to Top Hill, a world-class club that features global DJs and artists every night through summer. Top Hill accommodates up to 5,000 people at a time and has a vodka bar, wine bar, Jacuzzi bar and VIP area.”
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“For a rainy day or a break from these . Indoor shopping centre. Cafes. Cinema with several screens. ”
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“Trocadero is an old and one of the top 3 clubs in Budva. It features a very nicely designed club with lounge spaces on the 3 balconies. It also hosts many famous singers and many nice DJ's. ”
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“This is the main Bus Station in Budva that has connections to all other cities in Montenegro and the other countries. ”
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“Budva’s old town is one of the oldest settlements on the Adriatic Sea. At around 2,500 years old it’s a beautiful and historical site. A wander through the town reveals ancient churches and palaces, all crafted from local grey stone. In front of Budva Citadel and Hotel Avala, the remains of the original settlement that were uncovered in an earthquake are on display. The Citadel itself and the museum in the old town are excellent places to learn about the history of Budva. Don’t miss the square in front of Santa Maria del Punta church, with its gorgeous view of the ancient church overlooking Ričardova Glava Beach.”
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