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Explore Montenegro

Kotor, Montenegro
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About Explore Montenegro
Your vacation on the Montenegrin coast will not be complete unless you visit some of the tourist, historical, religious and cultural destination. Explore Montenegro provides two types of tours and excursions – local tours to nearby coastal cities and locations (Kotor tours), and full-day excursions in the continental part of the country (excursions Montenegro). Kotor tours include excursions to the popular tourist coastal destination near Kotor and Kotor Bay. These are half-day excursions that will show you the best natural beauties of the Montenegrin coast. Tours Montenegro are a longer (mainly full-day) excursions that cover continental part of Montenegro, with most valuable historical, cultural and religious sights like Njegoš Mausoleum and Ostrog Monastery. These Montenegro excursions are a combination of visiting tourist sites, history lessons and spirituality. All excursions are accompanied by professional English-speaking drivers, while professional guides are available on request!
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Kotor-Perast-Budva-Kotor private tour with English speaking driver

Benefit from a private tour of Montenegro with round-trip transport from the Kotor port or your hotel. Head to scenic destinations including the coastal town of Perast, the lively town of Budva, and the 5-star resort Sveti Stefan. Have time to stop for photo ops of the Bay of Tivat and the Bay of Kotor as you explore this scenic region on the Adriatic Sea.
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4 to 6 hours
from $105.75

Ostrog Monastery tour

The Ostrog Monastery was built in the XVII century by both people and nature. Carved inside the cliff of the mountain Ostroška Greda, it represents the most sacred place, visited by religious people from all around the world. Famous for its healing powers of Saint Basil relics, Ostrog Monastery is the most visited religious place after Mount Athos and place where Christ was buried.

It is located 900 meters above sea level, in the central part of Montenegro, with two-hour drive from Kotor.
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6 to 7 hours
from $104.63

The Great Montenegro Tour - with english speaking driver

Montenegro is considered the jewel in the Adriatic’s crown, but exploring independently means missing its hidden secrets. On this tour, visit Cetinje, the UNESCO–listed city of Kotor, and the traditional village of Njeguši with your driver and guide at the wheel. Learn the back stories behind top attractions such as St. Peter of Cetinje church and Budva’s ancient city walls—with pickup and drop-off at your hotel included.
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6 to 8 hours
from $120.38
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We got a great response from 24*7 taxi. With the driver Akil we had great experience, he was cooperative and kind, was prompt on his work and guided us the trip from cochin to munnar as well. We really had the best journey with them. Thank you 24*7 and Akil.
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We booked the gulet holiday called Jewels of the Adriatic through Secret Escapes. The outbound flight from Gatwick was delayed which meant that instead of arriving at Tivat airport - about a ten minute dive from the boat - we landed at Podgorica and had a 2 hour journey by
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Kotor, Montenegro is an amazing place to visit. Luca, our guide was fantastic. He was extremely informative about the area, also a funny man with good humor. We only had limited time in Kotor, we ported at around 7am and had to be back on ship by 2pm Luca was very reassuring on
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This is a small boat cruise organised by the company Expolre Montenegro..This was booked after seeing the holiday advertised on Travelzoo.My wife does not like large cruise ships.This holiday was very memorable and I could have continued with this trip for much longer than seven
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We arrived into the Port of Kotor on Thursday 15th August. We were immediately greeted by this friendly young guy named Bojan. He was promising a wonderful private tour of the local area (personal driver, free time to explore and air conditioning in the car) We felt quite
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