Town of Perast by Land

special offer banner Town of Perast by Land
Price: $99.00   Sale Price: $84.00   Save: $15.00
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Shore Excursion Size ? Standard
Shore Excursion Type Cultural, Scenic
Shore Excursion Duration 3 Hours
Activity Level ? Easy
Shore Excursion Leaves From ? Cruise Ship Pier
Food/Beverage Provided Not Included
Recommended Dress We recommend wearing weather appropriate, comfortable clothing with closed toe walking shoes.
Restrictions Not wheelchair accessible

Visit Perast by Land

This Kotor tour is a history lover's ideal Montenegrin shore excursion. Travel to noteworthy destinations loaded with rich histories, enjoying scenic environments throughout the entire experience. Book this Kotor tour today for an unforgettable memory.

Begin your day with a quick minivan ride to Perast, a city built by wealthy sea faring families, later becoming a well known artist's colony. View charming 17th and 18th century architecture and stop in a local museum to learn about the city's rich history. From there, you and your small group will board a boat for a quick ride across the bay to Our Lady of the Rocks Church.

The quaint Byzantine-style Our Lady of the Rocks Church treats your eyes to beautiful artwork and tapestries. The original church was constructed in 1452 and received extensive renovations following an attack by pirates in 1624. Legend has it, the island was built by generations of mariners who would lay rocks in the bay following each successful sea voyage.

Book this Kotor tour of Perast now and get ready to take a memorable peek into the city's history.

4.5 Stars4.7 / 5  |  13 ReviewsReview This Tour
Best tour on cruise
October 10, 2019
Jovanna our tour guide kept us all engaged with her knowledge of past and current history of Montenegro. We traveled to Perast in a clean/air conditioned mini van with a very safe driver. The road along the coast is a lovely drive, and Perast is a fun walkable city. We had wonderful snack and coffee in a local cafe along the water. We also visited the Lady of the Rocks church, which is well laid out and has fantastic views of the coast line. Super tour, highly recommend.
Reviewer: Docjoy
5 Stars
Town of Perast
July 28, 2019
Good tour, worth doing
Reviewer: Enid Mitchell
3 Stars
Have a ball with a small group on a busy tour
July 22, 2019
We loved this tour of Perast because it took us in a small group to a less advertised part of Montenegro that kept us in thrall. Tour group easy to find. Commentary was fair and not over the top. Learnt all we needed to know. Loved the boat trip to the island with the church. Found Perast town magical. Full of tourists but still alive and fun-filled.
Reviewer: Mike
4 Stars
Private tour with Jovanna
July 08, 2019
I felt in love with Kotor, Montenegro thanks to this tour and Jovanna, our tour guide. When we arrived at 3:00pm, Jovanna was waiting for my boyfriend and I with a sign with our names in the port. We were the only two with her, so the tour was private. Jovanna and the driver took us to Perast, is about 20 min from Kotor. I went to the Lady of the Rock, and some free time in the town. It was lovely. Jovanna was very informative, polite and helpful. I would definitely recommend this tour to everyone. Ask to be with Jovanna as tour guide.
Reviewer: Jorge Rivera
5 Stars
Town of Perast by Land Review
March 20, 2019
We enjoyed our visit to this charming village. It's quite small and compact but the trip out to the island was so interesting. I can say I wouldn't try going to the island and church on my own as there were quite a few people in line and poor signage. Our guide knew exactly where to take us to gain entrance and provided wonderful anecdotal insights about the local culture and all the fascinating "donations" lining the walls and ceilings of the church. It was a definite plus to have a local guide! The tenders were running a little behind but the guide was there waiting right at the gate.
Reviewer: Kimberly Taylor
5 Stars
The Charming Village of Perast
February 07, 2019
The town of Perast is no longer than 1 kilometre long. This tiny, quaint village is surrounded by mountainous terrain. Our informative guide walked us through the town pointing out places of interest and history. We then took a short boat ride to the Church located on a man-made named for the 'Lady of the Rocks', who protects those on the water. Over the years, this Church Church has been given many gifts from people all over the world and is full of relics, artwork and stories. After arriving back on shore, we were given some time to explore the rest of the town. My husband and I found the trip fascinating.
Reviewer: Lenore Greaves
5 Stars