There is still a slight language barrier, but people really try hard to communicate. It is preparing to become part of the EU between 2012-2014, Overall, I would give it 7/10.
The thing that surprised me in this city was the combination of old with new. In one part of the city there is the old citadel where the atmosphere is a little more quite, peaceful.
You can spend here a moment of meditation, of admiring the perfectly kept buildings, while having a drink on a terrace for example.
Outside the citadel, right near the walls there are different type of places, where you can dance and have fun ... a lot of girls are inviting you to terraces where all kind of theme parties occur. Walking along the coast these terraces are more often and you can also find a lot of places where you can buy souvenirs.
This place is still alive at 1 o'clock at night; from this time the terraces reduce the volume of the music, moment in which you can go to any of the numerous clubs.
Although the city seems not so harmoniously built it is a city where you can chose what to do, have fun or spend a quite night.
A disadvantage was the fact that the good beaches are pretty far away.
Budva, also called mini Dubrovnik, has a nice old city centre with a city wall, this in contrary to the very busy boulevard that leads to it. Open air discos, fair, market, it's very very busy. Despite of that, Budva, just like the rest of Montenegro, is