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Kotor Highlights


If you are planning to travel to Kotor, here we tell you everything you need to know. 

Kotor is a historic coastal town located in Montenegro, in southeastern Europe. It is situated on the Bay of Kotor, a stunningly beautiful fjord-like bay that is surrounded by mountains. 

The town is known for its well-preserved medieval Old Town, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and features narrow streets, ancient churches, and elegant palaces. 

Kotor has a rich history dating back to the ancient Romans, and has been ruled by various civilizations over the centuries, including the Venetians, Ottomans, and Austro-Hungarians. 

The town is a popular tourist destination, known for its stunning natural beauty, cultural heritage, and outdoor activities such as hiking, biking, and swimming. The area around Kotor is also home to several beautiful beaches, as well as the nearby Lovcen National Park, which offers breathtaking views of the bay and the surrounding mountains. 


Best Time to Visit Kotor


The best time to visit Kotor depends on your personal preferences and what you want to do during your trip. Here’s a breakdown of the different seasons in Kotor and what to expect:

  1. Summer (June to August): Summer is the peak tourist season in Kotor, with warm temperatures, long days, and plenty of outdoor activities. However, this is also the busiest and most crowded time of year, with higher prices and more limited availability of accommodations. If you plan to visit during the summer, be sure to book your accommodations well in advance.
  2. Fall (September to November): Fall is a great time to visit Kotor, with cooler temperatures, fewer crowds, and lower prices than in the summer. This is also the time of year when the leaves change colors, making for stunning scenery in the surrounding mountains.
  3. Winter (December to February): Winter in Kotor is mild compared to many other parts of Europe, with temperatures rarely dropping below freezing. This is a quiet time of year, with fewer tourists and lower prices. However, some attractions and restaurants may be closed during the winter months.
  4. Spring (March to May): Spring is another great time to visit Kotor, with mild temperatures, fewer crowds, and beautiful blooming flowers. This is a good time for outdoor activities such as hiking and cycling, as the weather is generally pleasant and not too hot.


How to Get Around in Kotor?


Kotor is a relatively small town, so it is easy to get around on foot. However, if you want to explore the surrounding areas or travel further afield, there are several transportation options available:

  1. Bus: Kotor is well-connected by bus to other towns and cities in Montenegro, as well as neighboring countries. The bus station is located just outside the Old Town, and you can buy tickets at the station or online.
  2. Taxi: Taxis are readily available in Kotor, and can be hailed on the street or booked in advance. However, be aware that some taxis may not have meters, so be sure to negotiate the fare before you start your journey.
  3. Car: If you plan to explore the surrounding areas, renting a car is a good option. Several car rental companies operate in Kotor, and you can rent a car at the airport or in the town center. Be aware that parking in the Old Town can be difficult, so it’s best to park outside and walk in.
  4. Bicycle: Cycling is a great way to explore the area around Kotor, and there are several bike rental companies in the town. However, be aware that some of the roads can be steep and challenging, so make sure you are comfortable with the terrain before you set out.


What to See and Do in Kotor


Kotor is a fabulous destination due to its fascinating culture and its incredible landscape.

In turn, due to its proximity to Ljubljana and Zagreb, many travelers combine their visit to Kotor with these destinations, which is why you will find these sites in several of our offers.

You also have day tours of sites of interest in Kotor. Do not wait any longer to book your excursions through this beautiful destination!

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