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After visit of Kotor continue to town of Budva, which is the metropolis of Montenegrin tourism thanks to the great number of beaches and its nightlife. Apart from its natural beauty, Budva is also rich in historic monuments. The Old City lies on a small peninsula where you can also visit many shops, cafés, restaurants and galleries.
The easiest way to reach Montenegro is either to rent a car, to buy an excursion from one of many local agencies, or to have an agency create a tailor-made itinerary just for you. Don’t forget to bring your passports as you will need them on the border crossing. On your way back to Dubrovnik you can shorten your trip by taking a ferry that connects the towns Lepetane and Kamenari in the Bay of Kotor. Interestingly, the local currency in Montenegro is Euro even though the country is not a part of the European Union.
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