Kotor Municipality
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  • Montenegro: Full-Day Tour to Lovcen National Park & More

    1. Montenegro: Full-Day Tour to Lovcen National Park & More

    This tour starts from Kotor at around 9:00 AM with pickup possible from Budva, Tivat, and Herceg Novi. After a short drive, be amazed by the old road constructed in 1879 by Austro-Hungarians to connect Kotor and Cetinje, the old royal capital. It has 25 curves and there will be several stops for you to take photos and enjoy the beauty of Boka Bay. Enjoy breakfast in Njegusi village, best known as the birthplace of the Petrović dynasty, which ruled Montenegro from 1696 to 1918. The mausoleum sits at the top of a climb of 461 steps. The most impressive part of the mausoleum is the chapel which has 6 sides, and the beautiful ceiling covered with over 200,000 gilded tiles creating a fascinating mosaic.  Then, enjoy a 1-hour walking tour through Cetinje, visiting its main sights, such as Cetinje Monastery where several relics are kept including the remains of St. Peter of Cetinje, particles ...

    One of the best tours I’ve ever had. Everything was amazing and the whole day was so interesting. Helena and Marco made this day perfect. Thanks a lot

  • Montenegro: Tara River Whitewater Rafting

    2. Montenegro: Tara River Whitewater Rafting

    Travel from Kotor, Budva or Tivat to the Tara River Canyon on this 12-hour excursion. The canyon is 1,333 meters deep, making it the deepest in Europe and the second-deepest in the world, after the Grand Canyon of the Colorado River in the U.S. The river itself is 146 kilometers long, and most of it, including the canyon, is protected by UNESCO. The river is ideal for whitewater rafting and is characterized by its spectacular beauty and diversity of wildlife. Detailed Itinerary: 7:00 AM – Depart from Kotor, Budva or Tivat 10:30 AM – Arrive in Šćepan Polje and have breakfast 11:30 AM – Arrive in Brštanovica (starting point of rafting) 12:00 PM - 3:00 PM – Whitewater rafting on the most attractive rapids of the Tara River, short break, time for photos, swimming; arrival in Šćepan Polje, lunch at a restaurant on the river bank 4:00 PM – Return to Kotor, Budva or Tivat with a few stops pos...

    We really enjoyed this tour! Rafting was really cool, the food was delicious, the skipper was funny and professional and our guide was very friendly and shared a lot of interesting facts and tipps about Montenegro.

  • Best of Montenegro: Kotor Bay Tour from Dubrovnik

    3. Best of Montenegro: Kotor Bay Tour from Dubrovnik

    Visit Kotor bay in Montenegro, one of the most scenic and picturesque places on the Adriatic Sea. It is also the biggest bay on the Adriatic, because of its strategic importance in this turbulent region, it has been under rule by different nations. Each of them left a mark that can be seen today through a beautiful blend of architectural influences. Romans, Turks, Venetians, Austrians - each nation left a mark on this region and its cities. After your departure from Dubrovnik and a scenic drive through Konavle valley, enter Montenegro where you make a short stop at Verige to take photos of the beautiful landscape just before entering Kotor bay. Continue your drive along the coast through Risan and Perast, to reach Kotor. Often called the best preserved and prettiest town in Montenegro, this UNESCO-listed fortified city is famous for its city walls, a display of Venetian-inspired archite...

    The trip was excellent. Kotor and our guides were wonderful. However I was disappointed that no one was required to wear Masks on the bus.

  • Kotor: 1.5-Hour Guided Walking Tour

    4. 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

  • Sarajevo to Dubrovnik: Herzegovina Connecting Day Tour

    5. Sarajevo to Dubrovnik: Herzegovina Connecting Day Tour

    Start the tour with pickup from your hotel in Sarajevo. Head out for a morning ride through the interesting suburbs of Sarajevo and areas of central Bosnia taking in the views along the way. Pass by Ivan mountain and enter the Herzegovina region. Make your first stop of the day in the old part of Konjic town for a short visit. See the famous 17th-century Old Bridge which looms over the turquoise waters of the Neretva river. Then, continue your journey along the shoreline of the beautiful Jablaničko Lake, making a short stop in Jablanica town to learn about the history of the Neretva Battle in WWII. Also, see how the region's greatest delicacy - famous roasted lamb on the spit - is made. Continue your tour with a stop in Mostar for a 2-hour walking tour through the town's most important sites. Marvel at the Old Bridge, the Old Bazaar and cobbled streets of the Old Town. Hear unique stori...

  • Kotor: Private Lovcen and Kotor Old Town Walking Tour

    6. Kotor: Private Lovcen and Kotor Old Town Walking Tour

    Meet your guide in Kotor, and begin your journey along the famous Old Road. Constructed in 1879, this road was built by Austro-Hungarians who hoped to connect Kotor and Cetinje, the old royal capital of Montenegro. Climb the 25 sharp turns, or serpentines, of the Old Road. Feel your adrenaline pumping as your meander ever upwards along this narrow and winding path. Along the way, you’ll stop at serpentines number 5 and 25 and take in the mind-blowing views. Continue towards the Lovćen peaks. Conquer the “Sea of Rocks” as you drive through the National Park of Lovćen and reach the Lake Peak situated 1,660 meters above sea level. Drive up to the second highest peak of Lovćen and visit the highest mausoleum in the world. See the resting place of Petar II Petrović Njegoš, the greatest Montenegrin ruler and poet. Climb exactly 461 steps and see a statue of Njegoš sculpted by Ivan Meštrović....

  • Kotor: Christmas Walking Tour

    7. Kotor: Christmas Walking Tour

    Embark on a Christmas-themed walking tour of the gorgeous coastal town of Kotor. Stroll the streets of this charming town nestled in the Bay of Kotor with an expert, local guide.

    Visit sites like the Old Town, Kampana Tower, and Saint Michael's Church. Hear seasonal tales of Christmas, and learn about local legends. Discover the magical things that happen in Kotor during this time of year.

    Find out about traditional Christmas rituals, must-taste local products, and seasonal delicacies. Allow your guide to show you all this magical place has to offer, as you embrace the spirit of Christmas in Kotor.

  • Kotor: 1.5-Hour Private Walking Tour

    8. Kotor: 1.5-Hour Private Walking Tour

    Kotor old town is a well preserved medieval city with a range of monuments and architectural beauty unmatched not only on the Adriatic coast, but internationally as well. This 1.5-hour long Kotor Walking Tour in the old town is the perfect way to get to the highlights of this town, its bustling market and beautiful Renaissance buildings.  Visit Armory Square with its clock tower, Flour Square (trading square where you will find Buca and Pima Palaces), St. Tryphon Cathedral (short tour of the cathedral), Maritime Museum Square with the Karampana fountain and finally, visit Orthodox Churches Square (St. Lucas and St. Nicholas).

    The tour was excellent and the guide was very flexible as we were uncertain about starting time. Ivanna is truly deducted and professional. She can highlight a lot of hidden information about Kotor, as well bring her personal experience since she is as local as possible. I strongly recommend her and this tour

  • Kotor: Old Town 1-Hour Private Walking Tour

    9. Kotor: Old Town 1-Hour Private Walking Tour

    Start this tour from the main gate (also known as 'the Sea Gate'), where you will find yourself at the Square of Arms, the main town square. From there, enjoy a view of the four centuries old town clock tower. In front of the clock tower, there is a medieval pillory where verdicts used to be read and prisoners used to be brought.  Then proceed to the Bizanti family palace, which dates back to the 14th-century, and along the way, you will pass Beskuća Palace with its Gothic portal. Then proceed to Flour Square where you will see Pima and Buća Palaces. Cathedral of Saint Tryphon is the biggest attraction, with its construction being set between 1124 and 1166. The other notable religious sights are the Church of St. Luke (built in 1195 on the model of similar churches in medieval Serbia) and St. Nicholas Church (built on the site where there used to be the Dominican monastery of St. Nicho...

    Well planned tour - guide spoke excellent English & knew her stuff! Recommended!

  • Kotor: Private Walking Tour with Wine and Food Tasting

    10. Kotor: Private Walking Tour with Wine and Food Tasting

    After meeting with your guide, you will begins a tour which will provide you with the opportunity to learn about the real Kotor. It begins with a 1-hour walking tour of the old town, where you will learn everything about Kotor's amazing and impressive history that UNESCO has recognized as World Heritage. But, Kotor is not just a monument, it is the place full of life and impressive stories that your local guide will share with you. Visiting the Open Market, you will learn about the local food this region is famous for. At the conclusion of the tour, you will sit in a popular local place where you will taste famous smoked ham, cheese and a glass of traditional wine. Besides this tasting, this will be your chance to enjoy the local atmosphere, and chat with your guide as you ask all the questions you might have about Kotor and the small but charming country of Montenegro!

    Stefan is a local from Kotor and really openly answered also difficult questions. What a great way to get to know a new place ... and btw. Kotor well worth a visit. Hope things stay as personal with tourist numbers ever rising ....

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Overall rating

4.5 / 5

based on 4 reviews

We really enjoyed this tour! Rafting was really cool, the food was delicious, the skipper was funny and professional and our guide was very friendly and shared a lot of interesting facts and tipps about Montenegro.

One of the best tours I’ve ever had. Everything was amazing and the whole day was so interesting. Helena and Marco made this day perfect. Thanks a lot

The trip was excellent. Kotor and our guides were wonderful. However I was disappointed that no one was required to wear Masks on the bus.

Our guide Jelena was fantastic and a true one woman show. We had a very good time and discovered lots of beautiful places !

Super personal tour from an excellent and knowledgeable guide