Butted up against steep cliffs and nestled in magical fjord-like bay, the walled town of Kotor is steeped in history and tradition. Its beautifully diverse architecture, typified by winding cobblestone streets, red-roofed houses, and romantic old squares, reflects the various empires that once ruled over the region, as well as the great wealth the mariners of Kotor amassed during their exciting seafaring adventures. Inhabited since antiquity, Kotor’s historical center is in fact one of the best preserved medieveal towns of Montenegro and was rightfully added to the UNESCO List of World Cultural Heritage in 1979.
After breakfast trip to Virpazar which includes going to the Skadar Lake, the largest lake in the Balkans and the National Park. Board a boat and sail the lake. Have lunch with three kinds of fish. In the afternoon we…Book now
Leave Dubrovnik behind and drive to Kotor on the Montenegrin coast (approximately 3 hours). This 5th-century World Heritage-listed city is set on a secluded bay, with towering peaks surrounding a rocky coastline dotted with pretty waterside towns. In its crooked…Book now
After breakfast continue your journey to centre of Split. Spend the afternoon on a city tour featuring the historic Diocletian’s Palace, center of old town Split. Enjoy a sightseeing tour featuring the historic inner city, built around the Roman Emperor…Book now