Nightlife consists of a couple of discos but mainly bars and cafes; the pre- or post-dinner stroll is highly popular; regular concerts in the Old Town provide cultural diversions; a popular summer festival (July and August) offers music, drama, poetry and folklore. Those looking for eateries have the greatest choice of restaurants in the Old Town where numerous characterful options, often hidden away in side streets which produce good meals at reasonable prices. The Lapad Peninsula has a small range of eateries, generally serving snacks and light meals. Limited ethnic-cuisine options include a Mexican, Chinese and pizzas. Seafood, poultry and meat (primarily pork) feature on most menus, often grilled or cooked on the spit; smoked ham is a speciality of the region. Nationally produced wine and beer are a good accompaniment to most meals. Getting around is fairly easy with regular local buses operate between the Lapad Peninsula and the Old Town, and regional buses run NW to Split and SE to Cavtat from the bus station. Taxis usually need to be ordered from hotels but are often available outside the Old Town. Boat services connect the nearby islands to the mainland and seasonal water taxis also serve various popular destinations along the coast. Local excursions consist of: guided tours of the Old Town; island of Mljet (national park and monastery); island of Korcula with its medieval town; old town of Cavtat; night cruises. Full day: Elaphite Islands; folklore tour into the lesser-known Dalmatian hinterland; Medjugorje, a religious pilgrimage site; Montenegro; fishing trips including spear fishing; mountain climbing and hiking; canoeing and rafting trips.