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We take you on a short but beautiful excursion to the beautiful Budva, the bride of the Adriatic, and the Hotel Island Sveti Stefan to tell you a story in a duet.
First, we will drive to Budva, we will take a photo break to see Budva from afar. As we approach her, we admire her beauty up close. Budva is the capital of Montenegrin tourism. This city is the most popular tourist destination in the country and boasts excellent beaches as well as a lovely, walled city center. The old city center is picturesquely situated on a rather small peninsula, and its narrow, winding streets hide a multitude of historic buildings, churches, and small squares that will delight you. Among the most interesting monuments here are the Church of St. John from the 7th century, St. Mary of Punt from the 8th century, and the Church of St. Sava from the 12th century. The medieval city fortress is called the Citadel, and right next to it is the picturesque Church of the Holy Trinity, built-in 1804. In your free time, you can drink a coffee on the famous beach Ricardova head You can take a picture with the statue of a ballerina that hides an incredible story that you will find out while looking at this bride of the Adriatic. We can't get bored of Budva, but let's move on.
We arrive above Sveti Stefan. We cannot talk to him up close, but we can look at him and admire him from afar. Sveti Stefanja is the most luxurious and most beautiful place on the Montenegrin coast. The island from the fairy tale Sveti Stefan is connected to the mainland by a narrow stone passage. Every building has its own story. There is a prestigious hotel on it that has served many famous faces of the world's jet set throughout history. Back in 1964, Life magazine from New York included Sveti Stefan among the ten most exclusive hotels in the world. During the business, this fashionable place was visited by many celebrities such as Sophia Loren, Sidney Poitier, Sylvester Stallone, Jeremy Irons, Alberto Moravia, English Princess Margaret, Italian King Umberto II, McNamara, Rockefeller, and others. In the recent period, the guests were Naomi Campbell, Ronaldinho, Novak Djokovic, Dan Bilzerian, David Beckham and other notable personalities. The city is surrounded by a rampart that was built in 1442 as a shelter for families from the surrounding villages of Pastrovsk. This small fishing village was a refuge for the local population from the Turkish invaders and pirate crews that often raided this sea. According to legend, in the 15th century, the heroes of Pastrovsk defeated the Turkish galleys, and then 12 special stone houses were built on the island, one for each tribe of Pastrovsk. In front of the main entrance, tribal disputes were settled, so the entrance to the city of the hotel was called the place of justice for a long time throughout history. There are three churches on the island itself. At the highest position is the church of St. Stephen, after which the island got its name. The second is Alexander Nevsky and the third is the smallest dedicated to the Transfiguration and is located at the very entrance to the city. On the way back, we go back along the old Milocer road. Which was better known as Queen's Park. We pass by Przno, a fishing village, and exit onto the main road that will take us back to where we started
• Air-conditioned vehicle
• Private transportation
• English or Russian speaking driver/guide
• Drinks and snacks that you buy during the tour, visits to restaurants and bars.
• Entrance fees
• Tour Guide Tip
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