After meeting with your guide, you will begin 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.
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!
If you want to walk through the history and feel the spirit of the ancient days in the UNESCO protected Old Town, Kotor Walking Tour is perfect for you. Meet its narrow streets, squares with strange names, churches, palaces... Full feel this city where the past meets nowadays in such a beautiful and harmonic ways.
Get to know the Old Town of Kotor on this walking tour. Learn about the walled city’s history, architecture, culture, and cuisine from your guide. Go on a short guided tour of St. Tryphon Cathedral. Visit landmarks that include the Square of Arms, the Clock Tower, Pima Palace and Buca Palace, the Northern Gate, and more.
During your time in port in Montenegro, make room for a short walking tour of the UNESCO World Heritage–listed Kotor Old City. You'll see historical landmarks such as the Romanesque St. Tryphon Cathedral and explore the nautical exhibits of the Maritime Museum.
Discover the best that Old Town Kotor has to offer during this private 90-minute tour. Visit the city’s key landmarks like Square of Arms, the St. Tryphon Cathedral, the town’s northern gate, Flower Square, and much more. Learn more about the ancient history and culture of Kotor and Montenegro from your tour guide and admire the beautiful buildings of this medieval town.
Make the most of your time at shore and enjoy a 2-hour small-group walking tour around Kotor’s Old Town. Stroll through the winding medieval streets and market to discover landmarks such as the Cathedral of St. Tryphon, the Kotor Clock Tower, and the main squares of Kotor. Learn about the rich history of Kotor and Montenegro as you explore the city and the Maritime Museum.
Discover the prettiest and best-preserved town in Montenegro on foot with a tour around the UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Old Town. Let your guide lead you through the maze of cobblestone streets and church-adorned squares showcasing the best of the fortified town’s ancient and picturesque sights.
This tour is ideal for people who want to feel the soul of the Bay of Kotor by land.
Cycling around Kotor bay is a phenomenal choice for exploring the ancient settlements history.
The tour starts from Old town of Kotor where we take bikes and start the ride. During this trip you would see some unique places such as the abandoned "Tresorela" palace, which is under UNESCO heritage and the "Temple of the Holy Mother", the largest Catholic church in the region. Later you would enjoy a short ferry ride to cross the bay to the other side. Continue cycling to Risan for a short break and refreshment at a local bar and enjoy the view of the bay is stunning. Later you would have a short boat tour to visit small island with Church of Our Lady of the Rock in Perast. After that we would continue cycling to Kotor enjoying the some local places.
The tour is 45 kilometers and it is all flat terrain except for one short uphill.
The tour is mostly on the main road also used for cars, so be careful.
Hiking downhill from Krstac pass to the Kotor Old town. This trail dates since Roman time and it was old caravan path to the villages beyond hill.
Tour start from Kotor city where we take car transfer all way to the Krstac pass. This road is about 20 kilometers and it was old Austrian road which was connecting Kotor with rest of Montenegro and this road has 21 curve with amazing view on Kotor Bay.
After 40min of driving we get to starting position for walking. We take a break for taking photos of Boka Bay that looks like on a palm. Walking down the old serpentine which first part 1km is trough forest is very refreshing, and rest of the road is on open area with great panoramic view. After one hour we are getting to the local village Spiljari, where we can visit one family that still lives there and we can taste some local products. After short break we keep going to the Kotor fortress. In last 30 minutes walking you would enjoy in this amazing walls that protect Kotor for centuries.
This tour starts from Kotor and includes coastal driving to Perast, traveling by boat from Perast to Island and visiting Our Lady of the Rock church (Gospa od Škrpjela) and its museum, taking some time to explore independently Perast (coffe break, snack time...) and at the end Kotor Old Town Walking tour. It is perfect for time limited guests, especially from cruise ships.
- Enjoy in beautifull scenery of Boka Bay coastline
- Enjoy driving by boat from Perast to the Island
- Spend some free time in Perast
- Explore the local streets on a walking tour of Kotor
- Learn about history from your friendly and professionally tour guide
- All taxes, fuel surcharge and service fees included
- Excellent value for money
Take a scenic downhill bike ride with views of three countries on this tour. Transfer to the departure point and begin with a safety briefing. Receive you bicycle and bike helmet and learn about the area’s history from your guide. Twist and turn as you descend the mountain and enjoy panoramic views of Montenegro, Croatia, and Bosnia. Pause frequently to take photographs.
Kotor, Perast, and Budva are highlights of Montenegro’s coast, but it’s tricky to visit all three without hiring a car. On this full-day tour from Kotor, travel with ease between the three in an air-conditioned vehicle with a driver. Meet your driver at the port of Kotor and take a scenic drive along the bay to Perast. Enjoy time to explore independently. Continue on to Budva and stroll along the seaside. Return to Kotor and walk through the walled Old Town.
Get off-the-beaten-path and discover the villages and views of the Bay of Kotor on this effortless e-biking adventure. Traveling on all-terrain e-bikes lets adventurous travelers get away from the crowds and main roads—all without the effort of hiking or riding an unassisted bike. Plus, the speed of an e-bike lets you cover more ground, making this trip ideal for visitors who want to squeeze in all the top sights.
Explore Budva and UNESCO-listed Kotor on a private shore excursion without having to worry about cabs or jostling for coach seats. After leaving Kotor, travel to Montenegro’s coast in air-conditioned comfort to photograph its beaches and Sveti Stefan. Then, enjoy a walking tour of Budva’s historical lanes, walls, and churches. Finish with a guided stroll around Kotor to admire its Venetian architecture and St. Tryphon Cathedral, and uncover its history.
Learn about the history of Kotor on this guided walking tour through its Old Town. Admire the monuments and beautiful architecture. Spot the clock tower in Armory Square, Karampana Fountain, St. Tryphon Cathedral, and St. Nicholas Orthodox Church. Stroll through scenic squares as your guide tells you about Montenegrin history and culture.
Our great team of beautiful enthusiastic young people and me will be happy to help you plan your visit to Bay of Kotor or any other corner of our little country. If you give us a chance, the charm of the places you will visit, combined with our dedication to you and your personal expectations, will make Montenegro tours memorable. Since guiding is our life, seeing your happiness at the end of our private tours is our goal and greatest reward. Also, we are very proud to say that our work is recognized not only in Montenegro, where we received the reward for special contribution to tourism as tour guides and travel agency but also all over the World. Rick Steves recommends us in his guidebooks, also many cruise port guides, reminding us that there are many people willing to visit this place and that our duty is to be their great host.
We are here for any questions or suggestions and we hope that you will give us the chance to become your host and friend in Montenegro!
Experience the Kotor Riviera by stand-up paddle board (SUP) and bike on this 4-hour self-guided experience from Kotor. After instructions, paddle a stand-up board along Kotor’s coastline to Prcanj, and then set off by bike to explore the towns and harbors that fringe this scenic bay. Directions, sightseeing suggestions, and equipment for both parts of your tour are provided, so all you need do is take in the sights from land and water.
UNESCO–listed Kotor boasts medieval history and spectacular coastal scenery, but exploring solo means you may miss out on the city’s hidden secrets. On this informative walking tour, follow your private guide through the Old Town and learn the backstories behind top attractions including the Cathedral of Saint Tryphon in Kotor, the clock tower, and Flour Square. Along the way, admire fine coastal views from the city’s Venetian fortifications.
This tour start from Kotor gate and goes behind Old town trough old serpentine path, that have been the only connection between Kotor to the rest of Montenegro in the past.
After 50 minutes of hiking you would get to the village Spiljari where still lives one family. Their house present authentic way how people used to live in past. They have nice terrace with amazing view to Kotor bay and that is the place where you would have break to enjoy the view and taste local smoked ham, cheese or some local drinks. After 30 minutes you continue walking to the fortress and go trough the wall that split village from the fort San Giovanni. In next 20 minutes you would reach the top of the fortress from where you have stunning view at Kotor bay and all area. Fortification was built from 9th to 19th century to protect city from enemies and it was unbreakable and now is UNESCO protected heritage. After short break you would continue walk downstairs all way to the Old town kotor where tour finish.
The most amazing cycling tour in Montenegro offers unique view of Kotor.
Tour begin by car transfer uphill trough serpentine road which is built in 19th century by Austrians. This road is 25km and it has 25 curves with stunning view on Kotor Bay and it takes around 45 minutes to our starting position at the village Njegusi. It is settled bellow Lovcen mountain at 900 meters above sea level and there is born place of our greatest ruler Njegos II.
Taking a bikes and short ride trough the village allows you to understand how people here used to live time ago. Keep cycling for 2km light uphill brings us to the Krstac pass where you can try ZIPLINE 400 meters long. At restaurant Nevjesta Jadrana you would have a coffee break enjoying the most beautiful view ever. After break starts downhill cycling for about 1.30h. Having fun and taking amazing photos from every curve with different perspective will make this journey unfourgettable.
This is regular road also used by car, so be carefull.
After your cruise ship arrives in Kotor, explore this medieval town on a walking tour rather than sightseeing independently and perhaps missing key sights. Meet your guide at the port and stroll the short way to the UNESCO-protected Old Town as you hear its history. Then, roam the flagstoned lanes, 12th-century cathedral, and Maritime Museum while your guide chronicles their past and treasures. Museum and cathedral admission are included.
Get to know the walled city of Kotor in the company of a guide on this walking tour. Equipped with a map of the city, make your way through the winding streets. Visit the Cathedral of Saint Tryphon and the Maritime Museum. Take a break to try the traditional charcoal coffee in a local coffee bar.
Explore Boka Bay beauty by bike. This self-guided tour, together with our tips and maps, will allow you create a unique experience and enjoy the beauty of the area. Experience the beauty of Dobrota, Perast, Our Lady of the Rocks in Perast, Risan Mosaic, Prcanj, Our Lady's Temple in Prcanj and Kotor. Take a short ride by ferry.