Kotor Municipality
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  • Kotor: 1.5-Hour Guided Walking Tour

    1. Kotor: 1.5-Hour Guided Walking Tour

    During this 1.5-hour walking tour you’ll see the main sites of Kotor, including the city’s main gate, the Old Town, and the Arms Square. Your guide will show you the beautiful Baroque architecture of the Flour Square with its monumental palaces of the Bizanti and Beskuća families, and tell you fascinating stories about these noble residents. Visit the imposing Cathedral of St. Tryphon and then head to the Maritime Museum Church of Saint Luke’s, passing Karampana Square en route. You’ll also see the Church of Saint Mary, built in 1221 on the site of a 6th-century basilica. Your professional guides will ensure that you have the opportunity to admire the monuments of historical heritage and outstanding medieval architecture that have made Kotor a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

    We had an amazing private tour with Radoslav. As we did not know what to expect, I can admit we both loved the way he presented his own city. Well informed and really good at explaining things, Rado made our experience in Kotor a lot more enjoyable. :) We definitely suggest joining the tour with him

  • Coast of Montenegro Private Tour of Perast, Budva & Kotor

    2. Coast of Montenegro Private Tour of Perast, Budva & Kotor

    This 6-hour tour of the Montenegrin coastline will provide you with an opportunity to see the most important coastal towns around Kotor. You will be guided through the Baroque town Perast, where you will take a short boat ride to visit a church and a museum on an artificial 15th century islet Our Lady of the Rocks. After that, you will head back to Perast for a short walk and some free time. The next stop will be Budva old town. On your way there, you will have a few photo opportunities, one of them above Jaz Beach, one of the most beautiful and popular beaches in the Adriatic. In Budva, you will walk the streets of the charming old town there and learn about the 3000 years of history of this interesting place, which is now the center of Montenegrin tourism with many modern hotels and resorts. After Budva, go back to Kotor. On your way back, you will have a photo stop above the Bay of ...

    Our guide Alex was amazing! His knowledge of Kotor was beyond imaginable. We couldn’t have asked for a better day . Thankyou Alex

  • From Dubrovnik: Montenegro Day Trip to Kotor, Perast & Budva

    3. From Dubrovnik: Montenegro Day Trip to Kotor, Perast & Budva

    Explore the Montenegrin coast on a day trip from Dubrovnik. Discover Our Lady of the Rocks island with its church & museum. Visit the magnificent Old Towns of Kotor, Perast and Budva. Set out on a 3-hour drive from Dubrovnik to reach Perast. From the meeting of mainland and bay, the dialogue of island and wave, this sea-faring town has derived its unique identity. See how an urban structure has arisen in the town as demonstrated by the number of public buildings, especially along the waterfront. From Perast, take a boat ride to Our Lady of the Rocks, an islet created by bulwark of rocks. Legend has it that the island was made by local seamen who kept an oath after finding the icon of Madonna and the Child on the rock in the sea. Upon every return from a successful voyage, they laid a rock. Over time, the island gradually emerged from the sea. The custom of throwing rocks into the sea ...

  • From Kotor: Private Day Trip to Perast & Njegusi Village

    4. From Kotor: Private Day Trip to Perast & Njegusi Village

    Perast is surely one of the most beautiful places in Boka Kotorska Bay. Today, it is often referred to as the quietest town in Boka, but it used to be a town of sailors, being well-known outside the territory of Montenegro.  There, you will visit Our Lady of the Rocks, a manmade island off the coast of Perast from mid-15th century, where two brothers from Perast found the painting of Our Lady, and the locals decided to build a chapel dedicated to the Mother of God. Njegusi is a traditional village between Cetinje and Kotor, the part of the territory of old Montenegro, the place where the Petrovic dynasty rulers were born. You will visit a 136-year-old restaurant where you will enjoy local products such as smoked ham, cheese and grape brandy, while learning the process of making the smoked ham.

    This was an amazing tour and Alexander was the perfect guide! He knew so much history and gave us so much information. The drive up the mountain with those 25 hairpin turns was so scenic. We enjoyed every stop, and Alexander was very skillful at maneuvering ahead of the large tour groups. Get Your Guide was simple to book and Alexander from the local travel agency was outstanding and so enjoyable to talk to. Highly recommend.

  • From Kotor: Half-Day Private Tour of Perast & Kotor

    5. From Kotor: Half-Day Private Tour of Perast & Kotor

    This tour will provide you with a chance to see the best part of Boka Bay, one of the gems of the Mediterranean. You will visit the Baroque town of Perast, a small place with a rich history. There, you will have a short boat ride to the island Our Lady of the Rocks to visit the church with a museum. After the tour there, you will head back to Perast to have a short walk and some free time. Head back to Kotor, a UNESCO site and a well-preserved medieval fortified city. Take a walking tour of the old town there and see the 12th century St. Tryphon Cathedral, its narrow streets and palaces unfold before your eyes.

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What people are saying about Kotor Municipality

Very well informed, kind local guide who took himself all time to answer all of our questions. Having worked myself as a guide for different cruise ships I can really tell you that it was a high quality tour. He had an answer to every historic question and nice recommendations were to go and what else to visit. The museum was really nice as well. 5 out of 5.

We had an amazing private tour with Radoslav. As we did not know what to expect, I can admit we both loved the way he presented his own city. Well informed and really good at explaining things, Rado made our experience in Kotor a lot more enjoyable. :) We definitely suggest joining the tour with him

Great guide that was able to answer all our questions, had great tips for the city, talked really good English and we learned a lot about Kotor

Our guide Rasko was excellent. He also have the best recommendations i have ever gotten from a guide.

Super personal tour from an excellent and knowledgeable guide