Budva is a city with a history, so it will remain in my memory. Having decided to visit Montenegro for the purpose of tourism, I did not plan long in which of its cozy towns I will stop. Budva is a tourist resort on the Adriatic coast. The city, closely surrounded by really black mountains, turned out to be a place with its atmosphere. Local hospitality additionally pleased me. Roaches and arbours of local residents are strewn with bunches of ripening kiwi and grapes. Plus a convenient location, within walking distance there were already three fabulous beaches. On the first day I managed to walk along the embankment, along which were worthy of attention restaurants. Oysters of 2 euros and a huge pizza I was pleasantly surprised. The next day I spent on an inspection of the old part of the city. The medieval citadel and houses with roofs made of red tiles are the visiting card of the resort. From its observation deck you can see the island of St. Nicholas and the pier strewn with chic yachts. Old houses, sometimes covered with ivy, and narrow streets on which it is easy to get lost. The shops hand made souvenirs, steep stairs and hanging lights and ask to get into the photographic lens. I found the famous sculpture of a ballerina on a stone a little further on the road leading to the beach of Morgen. Cafe in retro style and beckon to take a table. Budva is a city soaked with centuries-old history, which asks to return!