We start the journey with a walk through Budva - the capital of Montenegrin tourism. The old town, its history and the most picturesque city beach of Mogren. Walking through the streets and squares, you can climb the fortress and admire the tiled roofs with the sound of bells.
Budva is the main city of the coast, cheerful, carefree, always full of tourists. Here you will learn the history of the local Romeo and Juliet, and still be able to touch the Roman mosaics of the 2nd century.
Next, we go along the Montenegrin coast. Stop on the observation deck over the famous island of Sveti Stefan. The island is the main postcard view of Montenegro. Today it houses the fashionable and most expensive hotel in Montenegro. He is visited by famous guests, from movie stars and athletes to royals. The privacy of guests is carefully guarded. An excursion to a gated island hotel is available at an additional cost on prior reservation.
Sveti Stefan is a unique place not only for its beauty and antiquity, but also for its modern history, which has seen many world-famous celebrities. This island was owned by the clans of the Serbian Pashtrovichi tribe, then the Yugoslav government turned the island into a hotel. In the post of Yugoslav times, he was bought out by the chief Yugoslav swindler, and then by the Greek millionaire. During the tour you will learn this story in more detail, as well as make the best photos of your vacation.
After a walk along the coast along the island to the royal beach of Milocer. This beach was chosen for rest by Serbian kings, then the summer residence of the Yugoslav government was located here. A place of stunning beauty, the perfect combination of sea, rocks and a tropical park.
Our next point is the city of Bar. The road from Budva to this city is itself an attraction. Behind every turn there are views of the wonderful bays and beaches.
In the Bar in the first place we go to the Old Town. The buildings here are almost not preserved, but this is what gives the city a special charm. The once great and prosperous Bar was destroyed by an explosion in the 19th century, there was no point in restoring it, and a new city was founded on the coast. Nevertheless, a walk through the Old Bar to give wonderful impressions and the best photos. It is not crowded here. Every year the plants seize the ruins of the city, but in old stones houses, bakeries, palaces and even the Ottoman hamam are still guessed. And if you visit the city at sunset - then nature will surprise you with unreal colors.
The bar is a large (by the standards of Montenegro) coastal port city. Here is a great embankment, wide streets with palm avenues and the "masterpieces" of architecture of the 80s of the twentieth century. But the main thing, of course, is the Old Bar. The once prosperous city, which replaced many authorities and only grew stronger and continued to flourish. The ruins are still guessed by the silhouettes of streets and houses, bakeries, palaces, churches and hamam.