The town of Kotor is surrounded by 4 km long walls with 3 entrances into the town. Within the walls there is the Cathedral of St. Tryphon, who is also the patron of the town. Apart from the Cathedral, in Kotor there are also the Rector's Palace, the building of Napoleon’s theater, the Arsenal, the Church of St. Clara with Franciscan monastery, the Česma Karampana (Karampana well), the town tower... The Montenegrins knew how to use the sea for life, they were maritime people, as evidenced by the Maritime Museum in Kotor, situated in a Baroque palace of the noble family Grgurina from the 18th century. At each step of the way you can feel the ancient tradition of the town that always warmly welcomed its visitors, hosted them and charmed them with the magic of its entangled narrow streets and squares, old buildings, churches, town walls... Blend of past and present of the old town of Kotor gives it a special charm that makes the visitors keep coming back.
The recommended departure time is at 09:00. In approximately 45 minutes we reach the Montenegro border crossing, where for the crossing it is required to provide the passport or ID card. 20-minutes break is foreseen around 10:00. The first stop is in the town of Perast, where the clients can go sightseeing until 13:30. Then we are going to the town of Kotor, arriving there a bit before noon. Another hour and a half is foreseen for sightseeing, and afterwards we will have lunch in the town of Morinje, a bit before 14:00. The foreseen return to the town of Dubrovnik is around 17:30.