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  • Nightlife


    Montenegro has a varied nightlife, to suit almost any tastes.

    Throughout the summer months, there are numerous open air concerts in Tivat. In July 2009 there was a festival at Jaz beach, with headliners including Tina Turner and Britney Spears.

    A small nightclub has recently opened in Tivat, although as yet no  review is available.

    Kotor is great at night, with many bars and cafes dotted around the old town. Probably the best club in Montenegro is MAXIMUS, to the left of the main gate in the old town. Built into the old city walls, with a piano bar, restaurant and main nightclub, it is a great night out. In the summer various world class acts play, including Phats and Small, Bob Sinclair and David Guetta.

    The Refresh dance festival, held in August is also one not to be missed.

    Budva is good for a night, there are many open air bars along Slovenska Plaza, playing a variety of music styles, as well as the indoor Club Trocadero, near the old town, for the most part dance music, with 80s retro interior styling.

    It is worth noting that unlike the UK, it is highly unusual to go to the bar. Normal practice is to find a table, or stop a waiter, who will bring drinks to you.

    Drink prices are generally cheaper than good quality clubs in the UK, with a few exceptions.

    Whilst music varies, and is increasingly western, some clubs will play “Turbofolk”, a mixture of Serbian folk and dance music in at least one room after a certain time, normally 2-3am.