Kotor Municipality, Montenegro

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clock-o10 hours (Approx.)
TransportHotel pickup offered
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commentOffered in: English

Overview

Explore an entirely new country during your time in Dubrovnik with this small-group guided day trip to Montenegro. Cruise south down the beautifully rugged coast, crossing the border and exploring the walled coastal town of Budva and then stopping for a while in Kotor, an ancient atmospheric town surrounded by high craggy mountains. Learn about the history of this diminutive Balkan country.
  • Small-group day trip from Dubrovnik to Montenegro
  • Enjoy the ride with all its scenic views in a comfortable vehicle
  • Learn about the history of Montenegro from the knowledgeable guide
  • Explore the stunning medieval walled towns of Kotor and Budva
  • Get picked up and dropped off at your hotel in Dubrovnik
  • Small-group tour means plenty of personalized attention from the guide

Reviews

Viator Traveler's Reviews

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T
, Feb 2018

It was a great trip overall. The guide was excellent and we saw everything that was promised.

M
, Oct 2017

For start, the name of the tour is Montenegro: Budva and Kotor Small Group Day Trip from Dubrovnik and I don't consider 30 people inside a bus as a small group.That said, the trip was nice.
Budva old town was small and not very interesting. Specially if you are coming from Dubrovnik as we were. Kotor on the other hand was much more attractive. We had a local guide there and he told us all main detials about the old city and the local history. Very nice.
The trip guide Anastacia had also provided a lot of information about Montenegro during the short trip to there. Also quite good.

M
, Oct 2017

The trip was nice. Me and my wife liked much more Kotor than Budva. Budva's old town is quite small and has nothig really interesting in it. Kotor on the other hand was nuch more attracting. There we got a local guide who told us the most important details about the old town. He was nice and helpful. Also the city was much more interesting. The trip guide also passed several information about Montenegro during our short trip between Dubrovnik and there.
On the down side, I don't consider a bus with 30 people in it as a small group Tour name is Montenegro: Budva and Kotor Small Group Day Trip from Dubrovnik. It did not interfere in the fun but it was not what the title advertised.

a
, Sep 2017

I had a good day. My guide told me a lot of about history of this places. Budva and Kotor are worthy to visit. They are full of character and beautiful. Highly recommended for everybody.

K
, Jun 2017

As the Headline says: SMALL GROUP TOUR - we arrived with a bus filled with 40 people. This was not what we signed up for and when speaking to the other guests they all confirmed that they had paid far less for the tour as they booked via different booking agents. So thanks for the rip-off Viator. Have not received any feedback as of yet and have submitted complaints. Poor customer service and spoilt our only chance to see Montenegro.

C
, May 2017

It is a long day. However, I really enjoyed the tour to Montenegro. The driver and the guide were wonderful. It is a very interesting tour and I recommend it enthusiastically.

L
, May 2017

The tour guide was very friendly, engaging and knowledgeable. Kotor is stunning and I would have liked longer to walk up to the fortress, walk around the town and soak up the amazing atmosphere. Budva was ok but I would have preferred an option for Kotor only. There is a LONG time on the coach

C
, Sep 2016

Fantastic day trip. Our local guide at Mostar - a young guy called Jenna? who was studying history and politics at uni was really amazing and gave us insight into this beautiful war torn country. Highly recommend.

k
, Sep 2016

I was disappointed that it was a 30pp bus but the fact is, it's all nice older British tourists so although it was a lot of people, it wasn't obnoxious. Our guide was very pleasant and professional. I could have done without the extra long trip to Budva. Cute old city tiny but would have preferred to have had a lot longer in Kotor to hike partway up the medieval wall up the mountain. Would have also preferred some time in the Bay like Perast and go over to the island. Budva took too long and and wasn't worth it. Wish there was a small group tour company who did this Bay of Kotor tour but I couldn't find it. You could hire someone cost effectively if you have a group of 4. Otherwise, this is probably your best option.

p
, Aug 2016

The tour guide on the coach was very friendly and filled us in on the local culture and history throughout the day! Budva and Kotor are definitely worth visiting! Both very beautiful places. The local tour guide in Kotor however was very quick and rushed and we managed to catch little to none of what she had to say. That said, we had1-1.5hrs in each place to roam around. Definitely worth it!


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