Kotor Walking Tour

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An old, greatly preserved medieval city sporting a range of monuments and architectural beauty unmatched not only in the region but internationally as well. This extraordinary city, located on the banks of Kotor Bay has been included in the UNESCO world heritage list.

For centuries this part of the world was intersection of different cultures that, luckily, left their significant traces visible in present times. We invite you on the journey that starts with intriguing stories about Ottomans and Venetians, trough bits and pieces of tremendously long Christian tradition to contemporary history of this region.

We start tour strolling down the Kotor main area surrounded by 5 km long ramparts dating back from the 15th century. Visiting the Cathedral of St. Triphun, the most recognizable icon of the city that stands atop the remains of a temple from the 800s, is a must when in Kotor.

For centuries the Kotor economy was closely connected with maritime affairs. Today, we have a valuable collection of old vessels and nautical maps at the Kotor Maritime Museum ready for you to explore in more details.

The Kotor Walking Tour will not only put this magnificent city on the world map of the cities that you have visited before but will provide you with substantial understanding of Montenegrin tradition, heritage and culture.

Duration: approx. 2 hours


  • collection from the pier by our English-speaking expert guide
  • Kotor tourist tax
  • entrance fee to the Cathedral of St. Triphun
  • entrance fee to the Kotor Maritime Museum
  • VAT
Rates are valid for cash payment; a surcharge of 14% applies on wire transfers or Credit Card payments. Rates for groups larger than 8 people are available "on request".

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    Kotor Walking Tour