Once you see its amazing beaches, majestic mountains and historic monuments, you’ll keep coming back to beautiful Montenegro.
The tour starts with a ride to Porto Montenegro, the famous marina in the bay of Kotor and continues to Budva, one of the oldest towns on the Adriatic. Next up is St. Stephen, the pearl of Budva Riviera and one of the most luxurious vacation spots of the Mediterranean which dates back to the 15th century. You’ll also visit the old town of Kotor, "St. Tryphon" cathedral and the Maritime Museum of Kotor, where you’ll be presented with valuable exhibits of Kotor’s traditions. You’ll conclude your Montenegro adventure with a panoramic view of Perast, a town known for its stone houses and churches.
Ready to visit some of the most stunning locations in Montenegro? Reserve your spot on this excursion and join us!
- Visit Budva, one of the oldest cities in the Adriatic
- Panoramic view of St. Stephen, the pearl of Budva Riviera
Departure from hotel according to plan.
08:30 – departure from Dubrovnik
10:45 – arrival to Porto Montenegro
11:30 – departure to Budva
12:00 – arrival to Budva, free time
14:00 – panoramic view of St. Stephen
14:30 – departure to Kotor, free time
17:00 – departure from Kotor
17:15 – panoramic view of Perast
19:15 – arrival to Dubrovnik
INCLUDED IN PRICE
- Bottle of still water
NOT INCLUDED IN PRICE
- Guide for Kotor
- Full day
- Make sure to take your visa and passport with you
- Wednesday and Saturday
* Guiding in different languages available on different days
Gulliver reserves the right to amend or cancel any trip without prior notice
Most visited city in Montenegro
Budva is considered one of the oldest settlements, and also the most visited destination in Montenegro, as well as one of the most visited in the Adriatic.Read more
Jewel of Bay of Kotor
Kotor is a small town located on a narrow plateau under Lovcen, in the far north-eastern part of the of the Bay of Kotor in Montenegro.Read more
A city filled with churches and palaces
Perast is considered the largest monument of the Bay of Kotor since the whole place is made out of stone.Read more