Budva is a smaller scale version of Dubrovnik. Unlike Old Town Dubrovnik's wide central boulevard and grid structure, Budva's Old Town is a series of seemingly unconnected narrow alleyways that lead to small squares and churches. The larger squares feature cafes and bars and make for an excellent resting stop, although there's little fatigue associated with walking through the Old Town. Fewer visitors, fewer (or at least better integrated) commercialism creates a laidback vibe and it's impossible to resist grabbing a seat under an umbrella and ordering a Niksicko, considered the best beer among the former Yugoslavia states.
Old Town walled area leads to beaches.
Across the bay from the Old Town is larger beach area collectively called the Budva Riviera.
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