Start this tour of Kotor Bay from Podgorica. Discover one of the most beautiful landscapes of Montenegro the Kotor bay. In this guided tour we will take you to discover one of the most stunning places in Balkans.
The bay of Kotor is part of the UNESCO heritage list since 1979. It is gorgeous and with breathtaking views of the sea. And, it’s a must-see in Montenegro. If you will visit the Kotor Bay on a Guided Tour, you will see that in the heart of this beautiful coastal city is the old town. But you will also see that the town is made of cobblestone streets, which are smooth as they have been in the town for a hundred years and many generations have stepped on them.
As a matter of fact, the old town is one of the best-preserved medieval towns of southeast Europe
The bay is gorgeous and with breathtaking views of the sea. Moreover, it is the largest bay in the Adriatic Sea. Next, we will travel through Kotor Bay to the town of Perast. One of the most stunning places in Montenegro. With numerous palaces and churches. And the spirit of Venice well represented in this little area that is overlooking the Boka Bay. Meanwhile, you will admire the Baroque architecture which permeates through the white stone walls and red roofs. Only to contrast brilliantly with the clear blue water of Boka Bay. From there you will jump on a boat tour to Our Lady of Rocks from where you will have an incredible view of the “Black Mountains”. And you will learn the beautiful Legend of Our Lady of Rocks. If you want to experience Balkans, book a professional, Book a tour with us!
We meet at the independence square in Podgorica. Today we will visit the old town of Kotor and get acquainted with its history and the many architectural influences dating back to the Roman period. After this guided tour you will drive to the coastal city of Perast, admiring the Baroque architecture of the Town. Next, after this explorative walk through the narrow streets of Perast, you will embark on a boat ride to Our Lady of Rocks and enjoy the stunning views of the “Black Mountains” on the background. While there, you get the chance to visit also the St. George church which might date as early as the 9th century AD. After this visit, we will head back to the independence square in Podgorica where our tour ends.
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