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    The Bay of Kotor Tuk-Tuk Tour

    Kotor, Montenegro

    Duration 2.5 hours

    Ride a motorized tuk-tuk around a spectacularly scenic peninsula that juts into the Bay of Kotor, stopping at the most dramatic points for photos and exploration on your own. ...
    Ride a motorized tuk-tuk around a spectacularly scenic peninsula that juts into the Bay of Kotor, stopping at the most dramatic points for photos and exploration on your own. more...

    Ride a motorized tuk-tuk around a spectacularly scenic peninsula that juts into the Bay of Kotor, stopping at the most dramatic points for photos and exploration on your own.


    After departing from the pier, you will follow a coastal road along the gorgeous Bay of Kotor, first passing through the fishing village of Muo. You will travel by tuk-tuk, an open-air covered vehicle originally named for the sound of its engine. Modern engines are noticeably quieter, and the tuk-tuk is now one of the most desirable ways to get around.


    Upon arriving in Prcanj, you will pause for photos of Our Lady’s Temple. Built in the Baroque style over the course of 120 years, the church finally opened in 1909. The lengthy construction was worth the wait. Corinthian and Doric columns adorn the façade, the entry features a glorious double staircase, and the two gilded altars are considered masterworks.


    Continuing on to an elevated vantage point overlooking the Verige Strait, you will pause again for photos. The church that will be visible on the teeny island in the strait is Our Lady of the Rocks, which dates to 1722. It’s now used primarily as a Catholic cultural center.


    Your next stop will be Porto Montenegro, one of the most luxurious marinas on the Adriatic Sea. During leisure time, you might admire the super-yachts or browse the high-end shops. Then, it’s back to Kotor with a stop at Mount Vrmac to take in the magnificent view.


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    • Adult from: 88,77 EUR
    • Child from: 88,77 EUR
    DURATION 2.5 hours
    ACTIVITY LEVEL 1
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    Historic Kotor & Budva-Kilims Story

    Kotor, Montenegro

    Duration 5.5 hours

    Stroll the atmospheric streets in Budva’s medieval Old Town and then visit a shop that specializes in kilims, a style of woolen carpet first produced thousands of years ago. ...
    Stroll the atmospheric streets in Budva’s medieval Old Town and then visit a shop that specializes in kilims, a style of woolen carpet first produced thousands of years ago. more...

    Stroll the atmospheric streets in Budva’s medieval Old Town and then visit a shop that specializes in kilims, a style of woolen carpet first produced thousands of years ago.


    After departing from the pier, you will enjoy a leisurely drive through the countryside to Budva, one of the oldest settlements in the Balkans. While meandering through the medieval Old Town (known as Stari Grad), you can’t help but be struck by the gorgeous setting. English poet Lord Bryon described it as “the most beautiful meeting of land and sea.”


    As you will discover during the guided tour and free time that follows, Budva is still remarkable, especially its idyllic setting on an island-dotted bay. You can expect to see historical churches, the 15th-century ramparts and charming squares lined with boutiques.


    Continuing on into the Grbalj plain between Budva and Kotor, you will visit a shop that sells kilim carpets. While “kilim” is a word of Turkish origin, this style of flat-weave carpet is produced in many countries, including Montenegro. The weaving technique favors diagonal and geometrical patterns with wool being the preferred material because of its durability.


    Following a presentation on how kilim carpets are produced, you might purchase one. Each carpet comes with a certificate of origin and can be shipped anywhere in the world.


    Next you will enjoy a guided tour of Kotor, a UNESCO World Heritage Site hailed for its architectural significance.


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    • Adult from: 70,84 EUR
    • Child from: 70,84 EUR
    DURATION 5.5 hours
    ACTIVITY LEVEL 2
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    Montenegrin Village Life & Kotor

    Kotor, Montenegro

    Duration 4 hours

    Start your tour with a panoramic ride to the family farm, Ercegovic, where you can enjoy a beautiful location and great relaxing natural environment. Here you can see farm animals and pick some of your favorite vegetables from the rich garden. ...
    Start your tour with a panoramic ride to the family farm, Ercegovic, where you can enjoy a beautiful location and great relaxing natural environment. Here you can see farm animals and pick some of your favorite vegetables from the rich garden. more...

    Start your tour with a panoramic ride to the family farm, Ercegovic, where you can enjoy a beautiful location and great relaxing natural environment. Here you can see farm animals and pick some of your favorite vegetables from the rich garden.


    This amazing estate includes the old family church, beautiful garden, smokehouse, small wine cellar and typical example of old Montenegrin architecture called the Guvno.


    Guvno is a stone circle typically next to a farm house which can be used as a place where the corn or various produce are processed. It can also be a place where people meet, socialize and dance. At the farm you will have the opportunity to try delicious local specialties such as smoked ham, cheese and wine. The most important part is that all the food that you will taste is homemade from the ingredients which are grown on the estate.


    After your visit, board your coach for the return transfer back to Kotor where your guide will show you all the important highlights.


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    • Child from: 58,29 EUR
    DURATION 4 hours
    ACTIVITY LEVEL 2
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    Hike to the Top of the City Walls

    Kotor, Montenegro

    Duration 3 hrs

    For the fit and active person who wants to learn about the history of this beautiful town and have the most amazing views, this tour is worth every one of the 1350 zigzagging steps to the top. ...
    For the fit and active person who wants to learn about the history of this beautiful town and have the most amazing views, this tour is worth every one of the 1350 zigzagging steps to the top. more...

    For the fit and active person who wants to learn about the history of this beautiful town and have the most amazing views, this tour is worth every one of the 1,350 zigzagging steps to the top. Start with an orientation walk of Kotor and see its squares, cathedral, Maritime Museum, churches, noblemen houses and terraces. The medieval city of Kotor has a turbulent history of invasions. It was watched over and defended by an imposing network of towers, bastions and ramparts built along the cliffs of Mount Sveti Ivan or St John.


    Several times they stopped the invaders who retreated before the walls, enchanted by their grandiosity. Although the size of the walls caused awe, they could not do much without a good defense within the city. Follow your guide up, making stops along the way. The first plateau is the bastion of St. Roko. You’ll also make a stop to visit the church of our Lady of the Health. With your ship in the bay and the red tiled roof tops in contrast, the views are simply spectacular!


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    • Adult from: 58,29 EUR
    • Child from: 52,91 EUR
    DURATION 3 hrs
    ACTIVITY LEVEL 3
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    Cycling Around Boka Bay

    Kotor, Montenegro

    Duration 4 hrs

    There is no better way to discover the highlights of Boka Bay and its natural beauty than by bike. Your 14 mile ride takes you to some of the most interesting places in the area. See fishing villages, small islands with churches, old palaces, beaches and more. ...
    There is no better way to discover the highlights of Boka Bay and its natural beauty than by bike. Your 14 mile ride takes you to some of the most interesting places in the area. See fishing villages, small islands with churches, old palaces, beaches and more. more...

    There is no better way to discover the highlights of Boka Bay and its natural beauty than by bike. At the pier, you’ll meet your tour leader, who will give you a short introduction about the tour, safety briefing and equipment needed. Then your adventure starts. A 14 mile (23 km) itinerary takes you to some of the most interesting places of the area. See fishing villages, small islands with churches, old palaces, beaches and beautiful nature.


    You’ll pass through the sleepy villages of Muo, Prcanj and Stoliv, so you can get an idea of how the locals live. Stop at the Gospa od Skrpjela viewpoint. Here, you’ll see a beautiful church perched on a little green island in the middle of the sea. Finally, you’ll pedal back towards Kotor, pausing to enjoy a refreshment break. Snap some more photos and enjoy a coffee or ice-cream at one of the seaside cafés on the way.


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    DURATION 4 hrs
    ACTIVITY LEVEL 3
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    Explore the Old Town – A Medieval Jewel

    Kotor, Montenegro

    Duration 2 hrs

    Explore the old port town of Kotor, surrounded by colossal walls that fortified the city against enemy attacks. Its architecture is considered of great universal value and its a UNESCO World Heritage Site. ...
    Explore the old port town of Kotor, surrounded by colossal walls that fortified the city against enemy attacks. Its architecture is considered of great universal value and its a UNESCO World Heritage Site. more...

    Explore the old port town of Kotor, surrounded by colossal walls that fortified the city against enemy attacks. Its architecture is considered of great universal value. The largest and most impressive of these buildings is the cathedral of St. Tryphon. During the 1979 earthquake many monuments were seriously damaged, but the town has been restored, largely with the help of UNESCO. Start your walking tour with a fabulous view of the nearly 3 mile (4.5 km) long town walls which appear above you. Stepping into the biggest square of the Old Town, you’ll be taken back centuries to the period of Venetian rule.


    The palaces of the noblemen are still the dominant perspective in the narrow streets. They lead you towards the wide squares lined with historical buildings. Visit the cathedral of St. Triphon, a unique example of the mixture of different art styles. You’ll also visit the Maritime Museum where you‘ll learn how the naval traditions were always an unbroken link between the citizens of Kotor and the sea. Along the churches of St. Nikola, St. Luke, St. Claire the narrow streets will bring you back to the Square of Arms where you started this medieval experience. Enjoy some free time around the square.


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    • Adult from: 58,29 EUR
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    DURATION 2 hrs
    ACTIVITY LEVEL 2
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    Kotor, Perast & Our Lady of the Rock

    Kotor, Montenegro

    Duration 4 hrs

    Between dramatic cliffs and the sparkling waters of Boka Kotorskam, you’ll find the towns of Kotor and Perast, each with a charm of their own. Discover Venetian gems in Perast, visit the cathedral of St. Nikola and sail to a small island to see the Church of Our Lady of the Rock. ...
    Between dramatic cliffs and the sparkling waters of Boka Kotorskam, you’ll find the towns of Kotor and Perast, each with a charm of their own. Discover Venetian gems in Perast, visit the cathedral of St. Nikola and sail to a small island to see the Church of Our Lady of the Rock. more...

    Between dramatic cliffs and the sparkling waters of Boka Kotorskam, you’ll find the towns of Kotor and Perast, each with a charm of their own. This amazing landscape was created 300,000 years ago by tectonic forces and is part of UNESCO’s list of protected natural sites. A short scenic drive on the inner part of the bay, full of contrasts, takes you to Perast. This easternmost shore was the earliest inhabited area in the Boka, as evidenced by archaeological finds. The town reached its peak in the 18th century under the Republic of Venice. At that time, ornate baroque palaces and magnificent houses were constructed. Walk the quaint streets of this town full of typical Venetian architecture.


    Visit the cathedral of St. Nikola, a beautiful example of Venetian-Romanesque style. The two small islands in front of Perast offer an impressive view, each of them with a picturesque chapel. Sail to one of these islands, and visit the Church of Our Lady of the Rock and learn of its legend. Most of the present day church was erected after the great earthquake of 1667 when the original sanctuary was destroyed. You’ll find a collection of paintings and a beautifully embroidered tapestry made by a local lady, among its treasures. Once back in Kotor, you’ll continue on a walking tour of the town with its historical buildings and delightful streets.


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    • Adult from: 76,22 EUR
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    DURATION 4 hrs
    ACTIVITY LEVEL 1
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    Easy Kotor & Perast

    Kotor, Montenegro

    Duration 4 hrs

    Kotor and Perast, two towns where history, culture and traditions are well preserved. You'll visit these two magical places nestled in the picturesque Bay of Kotor. ...
    Kotor and Perast, two towns where history, culture and traditions are well preserved. You'll visit these two magical places nestled in the picturesque Bay of Kotor. more...

    Kotor and Perast, two towns where history, culture and traditions are well preserved. Two magical places nestled in the Bay of Kotor. The little town of Perast is situated at the foot of St. Elijah Hill, opposite the narrow Verige strait. Despite its size, it has a sophisticated urban structure. A great number of public buildings line the waterfront. Follow your guide along the seaside and get a unique perspective of the best preserved baroque town on the Adriatic coast, with views towards the two church islands St. George and Our Lady of the Rock.


    The center of the town is an amazing sight thanks to the huge proportions of the cathedral of St. Nicholas. Enjoy free time to take a stroll or enjoy the views from the waterfront. Return to Kotor and visit the historical center of a town fortified by 3 mile long walls (4.5 km) and strongly shaped by the presence of the Venetians for almost 400 years. Witness a mosaic of art styles in architecture, visible on its historical buildings. It has a great number of medieval monuments, complemented by narrow streets, squares and markets. You’ll also find a great number of boutiques and trade shops. As well as some smaller shops, cafes and restaurants. After an orientation tour, enjoy some free time.


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    • Adult from: 61,87 EUR
    • Child from: 40,35 EUR
    DURATION 4 hrs
    ACTIVITY LEVEL 1
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NCL makes arrangements for Guests for shore excursions solely for the convenience of the Guest; NCL does not act on behalf of or supervise the parties or persons who own, furnish, or operate such excursions, and the same are provided by independent contractors. NCL assumes no responsibility for, nor guarantees the performance of, any such excursion provider, and Guests acknowledge that NCL shall not be liable for losses or injuries arising from the acts or omissions of such provider.

Participation in activities and excursions may involve physical exertion, and may be potentially hazardous or dangerous. It is the responsibility of each individual to determine whether you are capable of engaging in any activity. Participation in any activity or excursion is at your own risk.

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