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Budva City Walls, Budva

Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
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Look down on the narrow, cobblestone streets of the Old Town from or gaze out of the holes in the stone and imagine what life here must have been like across the ages. Most of the existing walls with towers, embrasures, and fortified city gates were erected during Venetian rule, although archaeological evidence shows traces of Illyrian, ancient Greek, and Roman settlements. The walls also offer views of the sea and St. Nicholas island. The ramparts widen on the southern tip to form the citadel, a once-tremendous fortification that now is a venue for theater performances. Before you head to Budva, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly Budva vacation route planner, to make sure you see all that Budva has to offer, including Budva City Walls.
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  • Well worth a visit, but walking the ramparts is not always open. The walls are quite complete and unusually located on the sea for a part of it. Very pleasant even to walk around the outside. 
  • From the old city walls are opened very beautiful all the surroundings. Excellent viewing Bay of Budva, St. Nicholas Island, nearby beaches.
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  • Ticket for admission is not so expensive, it can be bought at the entrance-in front of the stairs. On the territory there is a small museum or, more precisely, a library with an interesting collection of books from the era of Yugoslavia.
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