Private transfer Dubrovnik, Dubrovnik Airport to Kotor OR Kotor to Dubrovnik, Dubrovnik Airport
Distance 92 km
Duration 2h – could be more as routes involves border crossing, and depending on the traffic condition
You can arrange your private transfer to Kotor quickly and easily to any address in Kotor, and of course also to other destinations. One of our English-speaking drivers will be at your disposal.
The Bay of Kotor is one of the unique natural attractions of the Mediterranean. Kotor is located at the end of Boka Bay; surrounded by mountains, notably Lovćen National Park, and the sea, it is no wonder it is officially one of the 25 most beautiful bays in the world. If you’re uncertain on where to go then, certainly Kotor is probably your best bet.
Although the time and place of its origin are not established the history is undoubtedly rich. Kotor is situated in the triangle bound by the sea, river Škurda and hill Saint Ivan, on top of which stands the fortress of San Giovanni.
Must vist places in Kotor:
Kotor old town – one of the best-preserved medieval towns in this part of the Mediterranean.
Perast – a tiny village nestled on the edge of the bay and renowned to be one of the most beautiful places in Montenegro.
Our Lady Of The Rocks – A Roman Catholic Church built on a legendary position in the Bay of Kotor. Some sailors found an image of Madonna and the Child on a rock in 1452 and started throwing more stones on the exact spot after every successful voyage.
St. John Fortress – Climbing up to the fortress St. John or as people from Kotor like to call it San Giovanni, starts with the serpentines from the east part of the Old Kotor, which go to the very top of the fortress on 280 m above sea level.
Kotor Maritime Museum – The Maritime Museum of Montenegro in Kotor has grown out of the collection founded by the “Boka Marine” Fraternity.