Montenegro Coast lifestyle
Budva has many boutiques and souvenir shops throughout the Old Town and is the main tourist centre on the Montenegrian coastline. You'll find more shops in the capital, Podgorica.
Montenegrian cuisine is dominated by fish - frequently from Skadar Lake - including trout, carp and eel. The presence of olive oil in most dishes gives the food a Mediterranean feel and smoked ham and sausage are also a local tradition. Pizza is popular and generally served in local cafes, and the local beer ('Niksic') and red wines are well worth a try. The traditional national drink is 'Rakija', a fiery brandy made from grapes.
Budva is the place to head for the best night-life in the area. Here you will find bars around the
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