Montenegro: Kotor

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A trip to Kotor, a medieval city located at the mouth of a dramatic fjord, offers all the rich history of a UNESCO-listed town along with the beauty of an Adriatic coastal port. You’re poised to see it all from a four-star hotel in the center of the Old City’s main square. From there, you can enjoy narrow streets that lead to buildings from the 14th to 18th centuries, and monuments spanning the breadth of Western history. A day trip to the limestone peaks and fissures of Lovćen National Park offers dramatic mountain views and astonishing biodiversity. A tapestry of culture and history, Kotor is an Adriatic escape to remember.


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Kotor, Montenegro
Kotor, Montenegro
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3 days, 2 nights Trip Includes 

Trip Includes

  • Two breakfasts
  • Accommodations in a boutique hotel
  • 1-hour walking tour of Kotor with bilingual expert local guide
  • Full day private tour with bilingual driver/guide on day 2
  • Transportation from the meeting point to the departure point (including a complimentary transfer from Dubrovnik to Kotor for guests on CW Croatia: Split to Dubrovnik Guided Adventure)
  • Entrance fees and special events as noted in the itinerary
  • 24-hour emergency service
  • The unbeatable and cumulative experience of the Country Walkers staff
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Surcharges may apply for solo travelers as well as for trips during New Year’s, Christmas, or national holidays.

Call 800.234.6900 to book this trip.



Itinerary and Accommodations

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Day 1


Arrival in Kotor; city walking tour, easy (1 hour)

You are transferred to your hotel in the main square of the UNESCO-listed medieval town of Kotor, tucked under mountains in the stunning Bay of Kotor, the Adriatic Sea’s only fjord. After time to settle in, your local guide meets you at the hotel for an introductory walking tour of Kotor. With its privileged location at the end of the Kotor Fjord, the entire town, which was inhabited from the times of the Illyrians and the Romans, seems like a living museum. Its narrow streets wind through beautifully preserved buildings from the 14th to 18th centuries and you visit, among other sites, the Cathedral of St. Tryphon, St. Luka Church, and St. Mihail Church. Returning in the early evening, you step out on your own for dinner, with the guide’s or hotel’s restaurant suggestions.

Hotel Vardar

Kotor, Montenegro

A fully renovated four-star hotel with outdoor café terrace located on the old city of Kotor’s main square. Within a historic building, decor is stylish and contemporary in comfortable guest rooms, café, restaurant, and cigar lounge; also with a small fitness room, sauna, and steam room.

Day 2


Lovcen National Park, various walking options, easy to moderate; Afternoon option to the Adriatic Sea or Skadar Lake

This morning, your guide and driver picks you up at your hotel, taking you straight to the Lovcen National Park, dominated by Mount Lovcen with its twin 5,000-foot peaks of Stirnovik and Jezerski. A winding road rising to the park offers stunning vistas back towards the Kotor Fjord. The park has a network of walking trails of varying lengths and levels of difficulty over its vast limestone geology and among its great variety of plants—over 1,000 species. You may drive to the park’s highest point, where 500 steps lead to the summit and an important site for Montenegrins—the mausoleum of Petar Petrovic II Njegoš, a poet, philosopher, prince-bishop, and statesman. Rewarded with spectacular views, on a very clear day you may be able to see Italy across the Adriatic.

In the afternoon, you have the choice of driving down to the coast at the charming town of Budva and its surrounding beaches—Montenegro’s Riviera. Alternatively, you can proceed to Skadar Lake, the Balkan’s largest lake on the border with Albania, which is ringed by dramatic karst mountains and dotted with traditional fishing villages, island monasteries, and pristine beaches, and home to more than 260 species of birds. You return, after this full day, to your hotel in Kotor, to relax and enjoy dinner on your own.

Hotel Vardar

Kotor, Montenegro

A fully renovated four-star hotel with outdoor café terrace located on the old city of Kotor’s main square. Within a historic building, decor is stylish and contemporary in comfortable guest rooms, café, restaurant, and cigar lounge; also with a small fitness room, sauna, and steam room.

Day 3


Depart Kotor

Following breakfast in the hotel, you check out and depart at your leisure. (CW can provide a ground transfer at your expense to Montenegro’s Podgorica Airport, or to Dubrovnik, Croatia, for your onward travels.)

Itinerary Disclaimer

Bear in mind that this is a typical itinerary, and the actual activities, sites, and accommodations may vary due to season, special events, weather, or transportation schedules. We reserve the right to alter the itinerary since tour arrangements are made up to a year in advance, and unforeseen circumstances that mandate change may arise. Itinerary changes are made to improve the tour and your experience. If you are currently booked on a CW adventure, an itinerary has been sent to you for your exact departure date. Please call CW at 800.464.9255 if you have any questions about the exact itinerary or hotels selected for any of our tours.

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