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From Dubrovnik: Montenegro Day Trip

1. From Dubrovnik: Montenegro Day Trip

Explore Montenegro on a day trip from Dubrovnik. Enjoy free time in the picturesque towns of Kotor, Perast, and Budva, and embark on a sightseeing ferry across the Boka Kotorska Bay. Departing from Dubrovnik in the morning enjoy the sights of the Old Town and its surroundings while driving through the beautiful Župa Dubrovačka and the Konavle region. After crossing the Montenegro border, continue along the picturesque Montenegro coast. During the drive through Boka Kotorska Bay, stop at the charming town of Perast. Have the option of visiting the island of Our Lady of the Rocks. During the drive, your host will tell you all about Montenegro's most important cultural monuments, and about the country's history and legends. Upon arrival at Kotor, enjoy free time to explore on your own. The town of Kotor is famous for its nautical tradition, famous commercial fleet, and imposing city walls. After sightseeing, proceed towards Budva. Once at Budva, enjoy another sightseeing tour and free time. Budva is famous for its old city core and beautiful clean sandy beaches. It is a key tourist center of Montenegro. From Budva, return to Dubrovnik in the afternoon, taking a short ferry ride along the way.

From Dubrovnik: Montenegro Boat Tour from Perast to Kotor

2. From Dubrovnik: Montenegro Boat Tour from Perast to Kotor

Take a day trip to Montenegro and sail down the Adriatic Coast. See Boka Kotorska Bay, explore Kotor, and wander through Perast. Come across UNESCO World Heritage Sites as you explore Montenegro. Benefit from pickup at your accommodation in Dubrovnik and drive to the border crossing with Montenegro to climb aboard a boat and cruise to Kotor. Admire the Venetian port and defensive city walls from the water. Get breathtaking views of the fjord and learn more about the cultural heritage of Boka Kotorska Bay. Enjoy free time to explore the monuments of the Old Town. Board the boat again and sail to the small town of Perast. Visit the artificial island of Our Lady of the Rocks on arrival, and get some free time for lunch in the beautiful town center. Stroll the streets to find Baroque palaces, Orthodox monuments, and other UNESCO World Heritage monuments at your own pace. Marvel at the stone defense towers that remain untouched, and follow in the footsteps of Russian czars and Venetian princes who sailed in Kotor Bay. Return to Perast by air-conditioned bus or minivan, and continue to Dubrovnik after the border crossing.

From Dubrovnik: Montenegro Day Trip with Cruise in Kotor Bay

3. From Dubrovnik: Montenegro Day Trip with Cruise in Kotor Bay

Cross the border to Montenegro from Dubrovnik and explore the treasures of the Bay of Kotor on a full-day guided tour. Visit the picturesque towns of Perast and Kotor and take in the breathtaking views of Our Lady of the Rocks on an optional bay cruise. Depart Dubrovnik in the morning in an air-conditioned vehicle and head for the Croatian/Montenegrin border. Stop at the border for a coffee break before continuing to your first stop, Perast. Arrive at the town of Perast and embark on a short 15-minute guided tour followed by 45-minutes of free time. Admire its Baroque architecture and lush hillsides before boarding your reserved boat for a scenic cruise on the Bay of Kotor (if option selected). Sail to Our Lady of the Rocks island, an artificial island situated in the heart of the bay. Disembark for a guided visit of the island and step inside the idyllic blue-domed church and museum. Then, resume your boat tour to Kotor, soaking up the views of the Montenegrin coastline lined with orange-roofed houses and sloping hills. If you choose not to take the cruise, relax on a scenic bus ride along the coast to the old town of Kotor. On arrival, join a 30-minute guided tour if you like, or discover the town at your own pace. Follow your guide through the narrow streets of this UNESCO-listed town, located on the only natural fjord of its kind. After the tour, enjoy 2.5 hours of free time to browse local shops, try traditional cuisine, or walk beside the 4.5-kilometer city walls. Feel free to ask your guide for recommendations. Finally, board the bus once more for a comfortable ride back to Dubrovnik.

Dubrovnik: Montenegro Kotor Bay Tour with Optional Boat Ride

4. Dubrovnik: Montenegro Kotor Bay Tour with Optional Boat Ride

Visit Kotor Bay in Montenegro on a day tour from Dubrovnik. Discover one of the most scenic and picturesque places on the Adriatic Sea and the biggest bay on the Adriatic. Explore Kotor with a local guide leading the way, and enjoy an optional boat ride to Our Lady of the Rocks. After departure from Dubrovnik and a scenic drive through Konavle Valley, enter Montenegro where you make a short photo and coffee stop at Verige to take photos of the beautiful landscape just before entering Kotor Bay. Continue your drive along the coast through Risan and Perast, to reach Kotor for a 3-hour tour. Often called the best preserved and prettiest town in Montenegro, this UNESCO-listed fortified city is famous for its city walls, a display of Venetian-inspired architecture, beautiful churches, and rich history. Perast may be one of the most historically intriguing places in Boka Kotorska. Baroque, renaissance palaces and narrow streets in Perast will take you back to a time of luxury and wealth. See a beautiful blend of architectural influences from the Romans, Turks, Venetians, and Austrians. In Perast, you have the opportunity to take a boat ride and visit Our Lady of the Rocks island (costs payable on the day of the tour). The legend says that in 1452 two brothers found Mary’s picture on a rock in the sea. This led to the miraculous healing of one of the brothers. Ever since, locals have been bringing rocks and sinking ships next to this rock. An island was formed and first, a chapel was built, then a church in its place.

From Dubrovnik: Montenegro and Kotor Boat Tour with Brunch

5. From Dubrovnik: Montenegro and Kotor Boat Tour with Brunch

We will pick you up at your Dubrovnik based accommodation. You will receive an sms, mail or whats app message with exact pickup time and location nearest to your accommodation where we can come by a van or minibus one day before the tour. From your pickup location we will proceed for a panoramic drive above Dubrovnik. We will continue on the road to Montenegro border. Our time at border depends on the traffic jam. We will pick up your passports to collect data in a sheet which will enable us to get over the border as fast as possible. Our guide will tell you a bit of history on the road to border. The way countries were divided after the separation of Yugoslavia and the famous figures in mutual history. We will proceed to border crossing trough Konavle which is agricultural center of Dubrovnik region. Besides vegetables, it is very popular to grow and make wine here. There are even authentic sorts like Malvasija which has been present since roman ages. You will cross the border and make a short stop to have a coffee break if we have time. Sometimes it is crowded at border so we will continue our trip and then afterwards stop at first place to have a coffee where there is no crowd. We continue to Zelenika where we will board the boat and start our adventure in the perfectly clear mediterranean sea We will go trough village Igalo which is famous for its thermal springs and used to be a healing center of Yugoslavia where marshal Tito spend a lot of time. We are entering area where the signs on the street are written in cyrilics which is the official alphabet in Montenegro and Serbia. From here you will get a first glimps of the Kotor bay Boarding the boat in Zelenika We start the boat tour from here You will board historically significant wodden boat which is iconic for Kotor bay. This boat was built in 1880s and served a lot of different purposes during its lifetime. Boat can fit up to 60 people and all have a place at the table which is important cause we will serve local prosciutto cheese and some fruits followed by white and red wine grown in the wine region of Montenegro, beers, juices or water. All of the products are locally sourced and authentic. Our fist stop by boat will be Lady of the Rocks (Gospa od Škrpjela) Where you can explore by yourself and if you want visit the monastery museum (2 eur per pax) You will spend about 30 minutes at the island and then we will continue our scenery drive to Kotor. You will be amazed by the panorama of Montenegro bay, snow on the top of mountains and warm sea in which we sail as a perfect contrast. Green forests by which Montenegro got its name and beautiful coast. Our next stop is City of Kotor, the most important city after which the whole bay got its name. Historic significance as well as all other details will our guide happily explain to you. If you feel like it you can get a hearty meal there. After guided tour you will have some more time to explore the city by yourself.

Dubrovnik: Red History Museum Regular Ticket

6. Dubrovnik: Red History Museum Regular Ticket

Red History Museum is a unique interactive experience - a window to life under communist rule. It is situated in the last factory complex in Dubrovnik - T.U.P., built in 1953, in the port area of Dubrovnik. Using new and old technologies, visitors can now explore and experience what it was like under the Yugoslav regime. Dive into the art, design, politics, secret agencies and the way of the Non-Aligned. Listen to the greatest hits of the time, witness history come to life and learn the real-life stories of people living under the watchful eye of the Communist party. At the end treat yourself with the most popular drinks and candies of the time like communist versions of Coca Cola or Fanta.

From Dubrovnik: Private Full-Day Tour to Montenegro

7. From Dubrovnik: Private Full-Day Tour to Montenegro

Montenegro is a country with a rich history and beautiful nature, located less than 1 hour from the city of Dubrovnik. You will have the opportunity to visit all the important historical and natural sights of the Montenegro coastline. Visit the charming village of Perast and take an optional boat ride to the man-made island, Our Lady of the Rocks. After, join your driver again for a short ride to Kotor. Located on the banks of Kotor Bay, the old town of Kotor is the best preserved urban center from the Middle Ages, typical of the towns that were created in the 12th and 14th centuries. Surrounded by 5-kilometer long ramparts, the town’s medieval architecture and numerous monuments have put Kotor on the UNESCO list of the World Natural and Cultural Heritage Sites. Budva is the main center of the Montenegrin tourism. Many tourists are attracted to its beautiful, sandy beaches but it is also rich in historical monuments. The old town lies on a small peninsula and represents a treasure chest of the cultural heritage.

From Dubrovnik: Montenegro Coastline Private Tour

8. From Dubrovnik: Montenegro Coastline Private Tour

IMPORTANT! We highly recommend an early start (7 or 8 AM) in period between July 1st and August 15th because of high border traffic. Our tour to beatiful and traditional Montenegro will start with a visit to Kotor, coastal town located in the deepest part of breathtaking Bay of Kotor.One of the most famous attractions is certainly the beautiful city walls that, together with the hill,surround the Old town. Listed under the unesco's list of cultural heritage, the architecture very similar to the Walls of Dubrovnik quickly leaves every visitor breathless.For all lovers of good photography, walking along the walls will bring you to the highest peak, from which you can enjoy a view of the entire bay of Kotor, perfect for a good photo. We will continue exploring Montenegro with a visit to Perast. It's surely one of the strangest but most beautiful places in Kotor bay. Thanks to car free zone, today it is often called the quietest town in Boka. During the walk through the old town you can still admire many splendid villas and marvelous buildings and enjoy impressive picturesque waterfront. Without a doubt, the most beautiful attraction of Perast are two small islets. It will only take you 10 minutes boat ride to visit one on them, islet Our Lady of the Rocks.

From Dubrovnik: Montenegro Day-Trip to Perast and Kotor

9. From Dubrovnik: Montenegro Day-Trip to Perast and Kotor

Locally known as Crna Gora, meaning "black highlands”, Montenegro is known for its forested hills that reach all the way to the serene ocean. Set off from Dubrovnik on a day trip and visit the towns of Perast, Kotor, and Our Lady of The Rocks, a manmade island with a small church and a museum. Leaving Dubrovnik early in the morning and drive to towards the Prevlaka peninsula where you will cross the border. Upon arrival in Kotor, you will take a guided walking tour. Follow your guide through Kotor's old town, an area brimming with history. Enjoy some free time in Kotor before continuing south to Perast. Learn how the geography of the Bay of Kotor has influenced Montenegro's political and economic history as you take a boat ride to the small island called Our Lady of the Rocks, or “Škrpjela”. Pay a visit to the museum on the island. Back on land, enjoy some free time in the township of Perast before returning to Dubrovnik.

Dreams of Liberty: A Journey through Dubrovnik's War Story

10. Dreams of Liberty: A Journey through Dubrovnik's War Story

Embark on an exhilarating off-road adventure through Dubrovnik's tumultuous past and its resilient spirit. The Dreams of Liberty tour takes you on a captivating journey, traversing rugged terrains and rugged paths, as we explore the city's historical landmarks. This four-hour adrenaline-fueled expedition combines breathtaking panoramas, poignant reminders of Croatia's Defensive Homeland War, and a profound appreciation for the pursuit of liberty. From the rustic charm of Komolac and Brgat to the majestic Srđ Hill viewpoint, witness the indomitable courage of a city that rose from the ashes. Brace yourself for an off-road experience like no other, as we navigate through the challenging terrain, adding an extra layer of excitement to your journey. Immerse yourself in the Dubrovnik War Museum, located within the formidable Imperial Fortress, where you'll gain invaluable insights into the lives of civilians and defenders during the war. Conclude your tour with a visit to Kupari, a former military resort frozen in time, where the ruins of grand hotels stand as silent witnesses to history, and a stunning beach offers solace and reflection. Prepare to conquer the rugged landscapes and be inspired by the unwavering spirit of Dubrovnik on this extraordinary off-road adventure. Prepare to be captivated by the Dreams of Liberty tour, as it weaves together history, nature, and the indomitable spirit of Dubrovnik, leaving you with a profound appreciation for the city's journey towards freedom and resilience during the Defensive Homeland War.

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Highly recommend this day trip. The sights were really stunning and I learned a lot from the guide. In Kotor, I hiked up to a fort on the mountain for a great view of the fjord, and I still had time to wander around the old town. In Budva, I walked to a beach and it was another great view. If you have lunch in Budva, you'll have the perfect amount of time in each place.

beautiful place, not too far on the coach although passport control at borders were a very long time so be aware if your on a big coach

A view you won’t forget. Reminds me of lake Como. The guide was excellent in explaining what to do and introductions.

Great guide & Montenegro is truly a hidden gem! Loved every minute of this adventure

Driver (Gabrielle??) Was excel and very knowledgeable and informative.