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Private Guide in Budva

Private Guide in Budva - Alexey Nijutin

(Member Since 2018) Languages: English, French, Polish, Russian

I have been working as a licensed guide since 2009. My job is my passion from the beginning. Before starting my career as a guide I have been to more than hundred countries all over the world. I really love travelling and I really know what difficulties can travellers have during the trip. So I do my best to prevent all unpleasant occasions to make you feel comfortable and provide you with the best customer service.

Private guides in Montenegro


Capital: Podgorica
Language: Montenegrin
Currency: Euro (EUR)


Montenegro is a country in southeastern Europe located on the Balkan Peninsula and beside the Adriatic Sea, sharing borders with Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Kosovo and Albania. Montenegro’s Mediterranean climate features mild winters and dry summers. Its name means Black Mountain, referring to the rugged peaks of the Durmitor Mountains that meet a thin stretch of coastal plain at the Bay of Kotor, one of the most lovely bays on earth. Bobotof Kuk is one of the most famous mountains of Montenegro, while the highest peak is Zla Kolata in Prokletije.

Montenegro’s gorgeous sea side scenery includes the beautiful sandy beaches of Budva, while further inland freshwater Lake Skadar offers even more beautiful vistas. Durmitor National Park includes several breathtaking canyons and glacier lakes, and the Tara River Canyon is one of the country’s most attractive natural scenic areas and the second largest canyon in the world. 

Black Lake is a hub of winter tourism for the mountain district, and Adventure Tourism is very popular in this area. White water rafting on the Tara is an exciting adventure for outdoor enthusiasts, who also enjoy activities like rock climbing, paragliding, horseback riding and mountain biking. Seaside adventures include scuba diving, sailing, windsurfing and kite-surfing.

Historical attractions include the Serbian Orthodox Monastery of Ostrag, which was established in the 1600s and has an incredible view of the  Bjelopavlici Plains.