Buses are cheap and cover practically the entire country, but many are old and uncomfortable—and if they're full (as is often the case in high season), you might find yourself standing for the duration of your trip. That said, there's no better way to meet the locals and gain insight into Montenegrin life than spending a few hours on a crowded coach. Numerous small bus lines operate regularly along the coast between Herzeg Novi (in the north) and Ulcinj (in the south), stopping at most towns along the way. For other routes, inquire at the bus station of departure.
Budva Bus Station (Ulica Popa Jola Zeca bb, Budva, 85310. 033/456–000.)
Kotor Bus Station (Škaljari bb, Kotor, 85330. 032/325–089. www.autobuskastanicakotor.me.)
Olimpia Express (Trg Sunca 2, Budva, 85310. 033/451–567.)
FODOR'S GO LIST
These are the top 25 trips we're looking to book right now -- and we hope you'll join us!More
View deals in Montenegro for vacation packages, hotels, airfare, and more from our partners!More