Shore Excursion Kotor and Budva

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Shore Excursion Kotor and Budva

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Though no longer Europe’s best-kept secret, the medieval Old Port of Kotor is an undisputed jewel in the Adriatic Sea. First colonized by the Greeks, Kotor gained importance during the twelfth century. Soon, this little country generated a big interest and was conquered many times.

Our shore excursion in Kotor also includes a trip to the medieval town of Budva.

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Price: 24 € | Duration: 5 hours | Level Activity: Low
Extra Fees: Cathedral; €2. Maritime Museum; €2. Tourist tax in Kotor; €1.50.
What’s eating: Krap; local carp, fresh or smoked. Čorbast Pasulj; bean stew with tomatoes and local sausages.
Souvenir: A bottle of famous Montenegrin wine, look out for Vranac, Pro Corde, Krstac, Cabernet or Chardonnay.
Dress Code: Please note the dress code recommended to enter any church. No shorts, bare shoulders or miniskirts. This applies to both men and women. Comfortable walking shoes and sunscreen are recommended

Shore Excursion Kotor and Budva: itinerary

We leave the port of Kotor by coach and reach Budva in about 40 minutes.

Our shore excursion will reveal more about this town that was fortified by the Venetians during their rule in the Middle Ages. Surrounded by stone defense walls, the town is an architectural gem with plenty of narrow, winding streets to explore and squares, churches and forts to visit.

Next, we’ll head to Kotor for a guided tour of this red-roofed coastal town. Within the well-preserved medieval old town we’ll visit the Cathedral of St. Tryphon which holds a rich collection of artifacts and artworks. Inside, we can examine the 14th century frescos and gold reliefs.

Next we’ll see the Church of St. Luke and the Grgurina Palace; an 18th century noble palace which now holds the Maritime Museum. Then, we’ll see Gurdić Bastion; the 13th century fortification of the town.

Our shore excursion will conclude with a visit to the Church of Santa Maria, a 13th century Romanesque basilica. From there, we’ll return to port for boarding.

*Shore excursions could be subject to variations due to external causes as Cruise Companies politics, weather conditions, duration of the stay of the ship in the port, legal demonstrations