Hippo Hostel

IV Proletarska, 37, Budva, 85310, Serbia and Montenegro | Hostel
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    Travel Blogs from Budva

    Other parts of Montenegro, including Budva

    A travel blog entry by kvstark on Apr 29, 2014

    ... voice and he finally capitulated and let me go to the women's section of the bathroom.

    I ended up in the furthest toilet from the door there too, because it had a sink IN the stall, as well as a shower, which I thought was interesting. The sink was essential because I wanted to fill up my water bottle and I wasn't sure if he was going to be happy with me doing that.

    The bus came at exactly 10:20, and we left five minutes later. The ...

    So much to see

    A travel blog entry by hudsimo on May 10, 2013

    7 photos

    ... in Boka Bay. It is a beautiful old town with wonderful architecture. One of the main reasons for visiting it is to travel to Our Lady of the Rock church. After the Sevilla Cathedral I wasn't going to do any more churches (pretty hard to beat that one). But Our Lady of the Rock church is located on a small island, a short water taxi ride from Perast. I won't bore you with the history of the church but it took 200 years to build and is well worth a visit for the paintings ...

    Mountains. Sea. Venetian Villages. Breathtaking.

    A travel blog entry by seangmandell on Sep 08, 2012

    66 photos

    ... prowess and legend to Kotor's reputation as a historical naval power.

    Budva

    Budva is allegedly one of the oldest Montenegrin cities, dating back to the 4th Century, BCE and settled by Phoenician-Greek settlers. Like Kotor, it was also under Venetian rule and construction for 400 years.

    I had heard stories of Budva being the capital of Montenegro's summer social scene from friends in Dubrovnik. I was excited to experience ...

    The Long and Winding Road

    A travel blog entry by tandj25 on May 17, 2012

    5 comments, 12 photos

    ... tell us was that it was also very narrow (single lane - but coaches going both ways) and over 200 years old. So I put John next to the window and look straight ahead! A number of times coaches had to reverse so others could continue. A bit scary, but worth it as the views were spectacular once we reached the top. We also visited a small village famous for its traditionally smoked ham and cheese. We enjoyed a sandwich of the ham and ...

    The bay, the cow, some goats, and a little snow

    A travel blog entry by heathalessleofo on Feb 23, 2011

    5 comments, 36 photos

    ... was indeed spectacular. And a little hair-raising. Yes, even for me all you comedians out there. Twenty-five hairpin bends took us up to the top, affording wonderful views down to the Bay of Kotor below. As we reached the final few bends we noticed some signs of snow beside the road. The further we went the larger these deposits of snow became. We hadn’t considered the sudden appearance of snow in our travel plans, which is probably a little stupid since we ...