Budva by right is considered to be the tourist capital of Montenegro. In the summer the small city with the population of 20 000 people turns into the center of tourism and entertainments and the number of inhabitants increases in 10 times. Life rages here continually –in the person of street conjurers, artists, dancers, gipsy camps. It is especially interesting to visit at least one representation of "Hail Theatre", well-known international festival which lasts the whole month and pleases the freshest theatrical statements directly on city streets. The set of museums and art galleries will provide entertainment for the lovers of art and history though even walk along the Old City of Budva is an immersion in great region history. After all Budva (or as it was called "Butua" earlier- is one of pioneer settlements in Adriatic Sea also totals more than 25-century history. The old City is surrounded by the high stone walls which are wide enough for walking, and it is on the small peninsula. You get at once to the downtown by a catamaran, because Budva's marine is at walls of its Old City. It is remarkable that earlier the Old City was the island and connection with the land washed later, and Saint Nicholas Island (in comparison with Budva) just the opposite, was earlier the peninsula. Still it connects with the mainland stranded, which is clearly visible from the height of the hills surrounding the city. Along all embankments there are cafes and restaurants where meat and fish dishes of a local kitchen are perfectly prepared. And as soon as it gets dark the city turns into one big “nightclub” under the open sky. Hundreds of disco-bars and cocktail clubs entertain tourists until dawn.