Kotor: One the UNESCO World heritage sites located on a stunning bay
Kotor is an old Mediterranean port located on a stunning bay in Montenegro.
Interestingly, Venice had control of Kotor from 1420 to 1797 and this Italian influence can be observed in Kotor’s architecture; visitors can walk through 6th century churches and explore stunning piazzas.
It is well worth leaving your luxury MSC cruise ship for the day and coming ashore in Kotor. You don’t need to venture far for this unique destination to reveal its charms. Join our city walking tour, which takes in the old town, one of the best-preserved medieval towns in this part of the Mediterranean.
We will continue exploring and head on to Perast, a city renowned for its exquisite Baroque architecture, full of lavish palaces and houses. Our other Kotor excursion packages not only offer great deals on local sights but will also take you further afield; epicureans won’t want to miss our outing to Njegusi, a unique village renowned for its production of air-dried hams and local cheeses.
Try and take home some tasty holiday souvenirs! History lovers on board the ship will be keen to take the Montenegro coastal tour, which covers Kotor and Budva, which, at over 2,500 years old is one of the oldest settlements on the Adriatic coast.
Montenegro is a lesser-known vacation destination but its beauty is all the more appealing for being such a well-kept secret.
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