Of Montenegro’s seemingly never-ending chain of picturesque coastal towns, Budva is by far the most popular. Filled to the brim with bars, restaurants and limestone houses, its Old Town, Budva’s focal point, is almost as pretty as the one in nearby Kotor. The poster child of Montenegrin tourism, Budva certainly has a lot to offer. As one of the Adriatic Sea's oldest cities, Budva's 2500-year history reaches back from the past to offer you a drink on a warm sandy beach or a casual walk along lamp-lit streets. Budva arose from romantic beginnings, so legend says, and the city will not disappoint the pleasure seeker, romantic, or adventurer who find their ways to Budva’s ancient stone streets.