Trip from Split
to Budva

Trip details

Departure from Split
Selected sights
Estimated arrival to Budva
13:57h

Trip duration: 297min

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Perast
Montenegro

105 min

The Bay of Kotor has many stunning attractions and beautiful town of Perast is certainly one of them. The poetic architecture that gives an ancient,... old town feel coupled with breathtaking views make this small town an idyllic seaside paradise. Although it may appear small at first glance because it has less than 400 residents, Perast is actually home to 16 preserved Venetian palaces and 19 churches.

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Herceg Novi
Montenegro

105 min

Situated at the entrance of the beautiful Bay of Kotor, Herceg Novi is a charming little coastal town full of thick greenery and many rare... plants, including mimosa trees and banana trees. It was founded in 1382 by King Tvrtko I and many historic buildings dotted around the Old Town date from that period or from the epoch of Kanli – Kula (1483). Most important monuments of the rich cultural heritage are the Forte Mare fortress, Kanli Kula Fortress, Church of St. Archangel Michael, and the tower clock.

Quality photo of Kotor - Montenegro

Kotor
Montenegro

135 min

The ancient town of Kotor, built between the 12th and 14th century, has many charms. The cobblestone streets are surrounded by medieval buildings and dotted... with cafes, restaurants, Venetian palaces and museums. Many churches adorn the town but the most iconic one is the Cathedral of Saint Tryphon. Among the wonderful town’s treasures are also the Prince’s Palace from the 17th century and the Napoleon’s Theater from the 19th century. Kotor is definitely a town of captivating atmosphere and a worthy rival to the neighboring Budva and Dubrovnik.

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Makarska
Croatia

105 min

Makarska is a favorite tourist destination for both, Croatians and foreigners. This is the reason why it can get quite busy in summer, but that... is also the reason why Makarska has a vibrant scene of restaurants and cafes, lots of shops and sites to see. The town residents are mostly proud of their many beautiful pebble beaches with pine trees and crystal blue waters. The most intriguing site in town is the Franciscan monastery that hosts an exquisite contemporary mosaic and a delicate shell museum which claims to have the largest collection of snails, shells and mussels in the world.

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Omis
Croatia

90 min

The small Central Dalmatian town of Omis is greatly celebrated among adventurers but history enthusiasts as well. Its location among large cliffs and massive gorges... provides spectacular opportunities for free-climbers and all lovers of outdoor sports like canyoning, rafting and zip-lining. For those less audacious, there are many beautiful beaches of all kinds throughout the town. And if you are keen for some cultural uplift, Omis has 9 churches and 2 fortresses and a fascinating history related to the pirates as it was home infamous Pirates of Omis back in 13th and 14th century.

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Dubrovnik
Croatia

135 min

One of the world’s most magnificent walled cities, Dubrovnik is rightly included in numerous travel bucket lists. A perfect historical filming site, this town will... undoubtedly give every visitor the sensation to be immersed in a history of extraordinary relevance. Today visitors can explore the ancient city walls, old town with narrow stone alleys and churches, monasteries, museums, and fountains. And for those wishing to have captivating view of Dubrovnik from above, there is a cable car that takes visitors to the top of Srd hill. And you will be nothing less than stunned.