Church of the Holy Trinity

Church of the Holy Trinity

The Church of Holy Trinity in the heart of the Old Town is an architectural gem, with a pink- and honey-coloured façade, three bells and beautiful frescoes inside. It was built in the late 1700s. You’ll also find the tomb of Stefan Mitrov Ljubisa there – he was a politician and author from Budva, who died in 1878.
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Budva, Montenegro

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Church of Santa Maria

Church of Santa Maria

Budva, Montenegro

Located by the Old Town wall, with waves crashing below, the Church of Santa Maria in Punta was founded by Benedictines in 840. Venture inside and you’ll find lots of old tombs and religious iconography. It’s a...

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St. Ivan Church

St. Ivan Church

Budva, Montenegro

Devoted to ‘the baptiser’ (also known as John), the Church of Saint Ivan is located in the Old Town. Inside you’ll find beautiful frescoes created by artists throughout the centuries – the origins of the church...

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Citadel Town

Citadel Town

Budva, Montenegro

The oldest part of Budva has been in existence since around 400BC. Since then it’s swapped hands a fair few times – Greeks, Romans, Slavs, Venetians, Turks, Saracens and Austrians have all made their presence...

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