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Starts in: Kotor | Available: Every day
Private Guided Tour
Air Conditioned Transport
Entrance Fees Included
4 hour tour
English and Spanish
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$123/ person
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Kotor Private Shore Tour By Land Highlights

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Visit the Our Lady of the Rocks island, church, and museum

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Ride along the bay and walk Perast's picturesque promenade

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See the Cathedral of St Tryphon and the Maritime Museum

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Admire the Square of Arms and Palace of Bizanti

Why we chose this tour

Our Kotor Shore Private Tour By Land is a comprehensive tour that takes you deep into the history and natural splendor of Montenegro's best and brightest, including Perast, Kotor, and beautiful Budva. Discover ancient churches, breathtaking panoramic views, and sweeping city streets with an expert guide. This tour is available every day and leaves with guaranteed departures.


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Kotor Private Shore Tour By Land Itinerary

Pickup from Kotor
  • You will be picked up from centralized location in Kotor
Guided tour of Kotor Shore
  • Leave Kotor behind as you make your way to Perast, a baroque town famous for the islands of St George and Our Lady of the Rocks, admiring the stunning natural splendor that surrounds you.
  • Take a boat ride to Our Lady of the Rocks, Montenegro's most famous island, and famous for the legend that surrounds its origins.
  • It's said that seamen across the centuries have deposited rocks hereafter discovered the icon of Madonna and the Child in 1452, and their dedicated efforts to deposit stones after a successful voyage has helped make it the size it is today.
  • Although the custom has ancient roots, the tradition continues to this day with a festival called Fašinada where locals row out on their boats to toss more rocks into the sea.
  • You'll also visit the church and museum, which has been created from gifts donated by sailors and captains who have come back to the island after voyages.
  • Saint Nicola's church boasts a 55-meter belfry and stunning architecture that's echoed in the stunning buildings from the 17th and 18th centuries that line the waterway.
  • From Perast, continue to Budva, the heart of Montenegrin tourism that draws international visitors in with its stunning Old Town, lively atmosphere, beautiful beaches, and mouthwatering cuisine.
  • Stroll through the Old Town that sits on a peninsula, exploring the Greek, Roman, Byzantine, Baroque, and medieval influences that meld to make this area so enchanting.
  • You'll visit the Churches of the Holy Trinity, Saint John, Saint Sava, and Our Lady of Punta before stopping at a scenic viewpoint over the bay to snap some photos.
  • Head to the Mountain of Lovćen, towering above the sparkling Boka Bay is the incredible city of Kotor, the product of centuries of complex cultures melding in the heart of Montenegro.
  • Discover its secrets with a comprehensive walking tour starting at the main gate and continuing into the Old Town, admiring the expansive Arms Square and its imposing Town Clock Tower that's stood proudly since 1602.
  • Continue past the stunning Baroque facades of Kotor on your way to Flower Square and the monumental family palaces of Bizanti and Beskuća.
  • Marvel at their opulence as you learn legends about these noble residences, and continue to the city's most beautiful palace of Pima, destroyed and rebuilt multiple times since.
  • Make your way to the Cathedral of Saint Tryphon, originally raised in 809 and rebuilt upon, erected in honor of the patron and protector of the city, and then head to the Maritime Museum.
  • This expansive museum details the sailing history and everyday life of this region, displaying everything from models of ancient ships and original furniture from the city's past noble families.
  • Your next stop is the Church of Saint Luke's, Karampana Square, and Saint Nicholas Church, famous for its collection of icons made by the Czech artist Cigler.
  • Make your way to the Church of Saint Mary, built in 1221 on the ruins of the ancient basilica, and well-known for its bronze bas-relief doors, giant crucifix, and the body and cell of Blessed Osanna of Cattaro.
  • Afterwards, stop at the North Gate of Kotor, a monument built to remember the battle against the Ottomans in 1539, and then marvel at the Škurda River, the shortest in Montenegro, before your thrilling tour ends.
Drop off in Kotor
  • You will be dropped off at the same location you were picked up from.
NB - all timings on Kotor Private Shore Tour By Land are approximate
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Important Details

Includes
Transportation to and from Kotor
Fully guided tour
Boat ride
Entrance fees
Kotor map
Bottle of water
Excludes
Lunch and drinks
Personal travel insurance
Gratuities
What to Bring
Walking Shoes
Hat
Sunscreen
Camera
Essential Information
Meeting time will be set according to your arrival time in Kotor (Between 7:00 am and 4:00 pm)
NB: All times are approximate
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