Local currency and exchange rates: The official currency in Montenegro is the EURO (€), which has been used as the currency since 2002. Currency exchange can be carried out at the commercial banks and the foreign currency exchange offices.
ATLAS BANKA, Slovenska obala 13
CKB, Mediteranska St. (Tre Canne building)
ERSTE BANK, 22. Novembra
HIPOTEKARNA BANKA, Mediteranska 4
HYPO ALPE ADRIA BANK, 22. Novembra 2A
KOMERCIJALNA BANKA AD BUDVA, PC Podkošljun b.b., Mediteranska 8, Trg Sunca 2
NLB MONTENEGRO BANKA,Mediteranska 19
PRVA BANKA CRNE GORE, Mediteranska 5 and Hotel Splendid, Bečići
SOCIETE GENERALE MONTENEGRO, 22. Novembra b.b.
All ATMs are available 24 hours a day.
ATMs you can find on many locations in Budva.
ATM location in Becici
Hotel Queen of Montenegro
Bank: Within the hotel Splendid is a bank
Climate: Budva has a typical Mediterranean climate with mild but rainy winters and very warm and dry summers. In the coastal region, protected by the high mountainous hinterlands, the climate conditions are even milder and more pleasant. The average temperature on the coast during summer is 23°C, while in winter it is about 10°C. Hot days with temperatures over 30°C are most common in July. The sea temperature is approximately 25°C in summer and never below 18°C during the mid-season (May and October).
Local time in Budva: Budva belongs to the Central European Time (CET) zone (GMT+1). European Summer Time is in effect between the end of March and the end of October (GMT+2).
Official language: Montenegrin
Plug Type: C/F
Participants are kindly requested to bring their own power adaptors.
Restaurants: Opening hours are from 8 am to 12 midnight.
Along the entire promenade there are several large hotels, as well as restaurants, cafes and bars.
Montenegro’s cuisine especially long the coast is a Mediterranean cuisine with a distinctive Italian influence: various kinds of fish, seafood, and vegetable dishes. Continental cuisine offers many different meat dishes, as well as variety of cheeses, potatoes and beans, river and lake fish. Smoked ham – Njeguski prsut – holds a special place on the local menu and will be offered to you in every restaurant. Rich sunshine and gentle breezes create great conditions for winemaking. In Montenegro you can taste the local Vranac and Krstaac wines, as well as classic Merlot, Cabernet, Chardonnay, and Sauvignon.
Police – 122
Fire station – 123
Ambulance – 124
Roadside assistance – 19807
International emergency number – 112
Time service – 125
Telegram service – 126
Montenegro Customer Care: 1300 (tourist service - information, complaints and commendations)
Bus local lines in Budva: The main bus station for the local town buses is located at Mediteranska St, at the roundabout in the town centre, directly opposite the cafe restaurant, “Perla”. The bus routes to Sveti Stefan and Petrovac are operated throughout the year, with the first departure being at 6 am and the last departure at 1:30 am. More information on following website www.budva.travel/bus
Tourist informations: For further information on Montenegro please refer to the following link: www.montenegro.travel