History of Kotor by Land
Make the most of your time in Kotor by taking a quick sightseeing trip to the medieval quarter in this beautiful walled city. Book this Kotor tour for an informative historical experience of the city.
Tour the bustling market and gaze upon graceful baroque buildings. Step inside Cathedral Saint Tryphon to marvel at its vaulted roofs, and see one of Kotor's most valuable treasures: the silver gilded bas relief altar icon. Constructed in 1166 A.D., then reconstructed following several earthquakes, this cathedral holds a wooden crucifix from 1288 A.D. and golden works spanning from the 14th to the 20th centuries.
Visit the three-story Maritime Museum with its unique collection of historical seafaring objects. On display are photos and models of ships, old instruments, uniforms, and exquisitely decorated weapons. Conclude your tour with a walk along the water or spend some time sightseeing on your own.
This tour includes admission to the cathedral and museum. Book your Kotor tour today for a special trip back into the city's rich history.
Reviewer: Ken Eady
Our tour guide, Jovana, meet us at the pier where we were tendered. She had a sign with our name and was easy to find. She was very pleasant, extremely knowledgeable, humourous, and spoke excellent English. We were the only people in the group so we had a fun time. We would highly recommend the tour and Jovana
Reviewer: Donna Zumbrum
We were 45 minutes late getting to shore, and Tony was waiting for us! He gave us an excellent tour with his personal life experience from growing up there. It was my most favorite place we stopped on our cruise. Breathtaking beautiful.
Reviewer: Callen Farr
This tour was a personal tour with my husband and I and the tour guide. It was wonderful. Our guide catered the tour to what we were interested in and gave fun and interesting facts. We didn't know much about Kotor but loved it by the time we left.
Reviewer: JudyRose white
Toni Janovic made Kotor come alive...what an asset!
Reviewer: K and M
Our only regret was that we didn't bring more cash with us to give our wonderful guide a bigger tip.