If you want to experience the ancient city of Kotor and the ancient region of the Bay of Kotor, a region with a huge historical and cultural heritage, a place where you feel like you have gone back in time, then a visit to Kotor bay with Funky Tours is what you need.
Our price optimized, maximum experience touring guide, to the region of Kotor and wider area of Kotor Bay, combines unique excursions and multi-day tour packages, and is a great way to explore this part of Montenegro.
In addition to daily tours that cover Kotor and the wider Kotor Bay region, our package deals that cover solo Montenegro, or Montenegro in combination with other Balkan countries (Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Albania and Serbia) are an ideal way to combine cost-optimized solo Montenegro explorations, or explorations of wider Balkans region.
The city of Kotor itself is a UNESCO heritage site with 2,500 years of history, and as such is the most famous cultural monument in Montenegro.
The best way to explore Kotor is to embark on an adventure of walking along the main and hidden streets and squares of Kotor, listening to the stories and legends of the locals.
Our two-hour tour allows you to get a great insight into what Kotor has to offer and to taste the best of Montenegrin cuisine.
Apart from the City of Kotor, the Kotor region has so much to offer. We have done our best to make an optimized list of day trips that cover the entire Kotor Bay region.
If in one full day you want to visit the stone paradise on earth, the beautiful Perast with its two islands (including a boat ride), and at the same day visit Budva, Sveti Stefan, Tivat (Porto Montenegro) and Stari Bar, we have the ideal solution.
If you want to visit the Lovćen National Park via the old road through the Kotor serpentines, and admire the famous mausoleum of Njegoš, Skadar Lake (boat ride included) and the beautiful Lipa Cave, we have the ideal solution for that as well, but even much more.
Funky Tours is your perfect partner for exploring Kotor bay.
Just the thought that Montenegro has the largest European vineyard and that this small country has over 100 registered wineries, and that over 50 types of wine are produced locally, simply suggests us that the love for wine in Montenegro is unmatched.
The best choice for tasting the best Montenegrin wines is our full day tour of the three most important wineries in the Skadar Lake region.
The beautiful Adriatic Sea in the Bay of Kotor offers top adventures. Exploring popular locations such as Perast and Our Lady of the Rocks, prison fortresses on Mamula Island, Yugoslav shelters for submarines and the beautiful Blue Cave with Dobrech beach is a best of experiences this region can offer.
Given the distances between major cities and the Balkan countries globally, the best way to explore the Balkans is by connecting tours that connect the region’s main tourist centers.
We have developed a set of maximally optimized connecting transfer tours that connect Dubrovnik – Split (Croatia), Sarajevo – Mostar (Bosnia and Herzegovina) and Tirana (Albania) with Kotor in Montenegro.
The Bay of Kotor is one of the most famous Montenegrin sights. With a length of more than 20 kilometers, steep mountains rising from the deep, blue Adriatic sea, this beautiful bay is often called the southernmost European fjord.
The Kotor bay is home to town of Kotor, the most famous fortified Montenegrin town, with a rich historical and cultural heritage. The city center of Kotor is under the protection of UNESCO, and is itself a combination of medieval churches, Venetian palaces, red tiled roofs and stone streets.
The reasons to visit the Bay of Kotor are many, but we bring you a list of those things you must do when visiting this pearl of the Balkans.