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The Best Kotor & Budva Tour 2024


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About Kotor & Budva Tour

Embark on an unforgettable journey of Montenegro’s most popular coastline towns with our Kotor and Budva Tour. This perfectly tailored private tour will provide you with an opportunity to explore charming streets with a deep history of these towns. Discovering the Old Town of Kotor, guarded by the mountains of Kotor Bay, will be the opposite of the vastness of the sea and the beautiful horizon that you will admire in Budva Old Town, where you will have time to enjoy its beaches and typical Adriatic charm! Book this tour now and discover the best of Montenegro’s coast!

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Tour Itinerary

00:00 – 01:00

Walking tour of Kotor

01:00 – 01:45

Driving to St. Stefan, photo break

01:45 – 02:00

Driving back to Budva via Milocer park

02:00 – 02:45

Walking tour of Budva

02:45 – 03:30

Free time in Budva

03:30 – 04:00

Driving back to Kotor

* 00:00 – is a symbolic time of the tour beginning, and it just shows the tour duration. The tour can start at the time we agree about.


Prices & Included in Tour

Number of peopleTotal Price
BY CAR (Mercedes E class or similar)
1 Person€180
2 Persons€200
3 Persons€220
BY MINI VAN (Mercedes Viano)
4 Persons€340
5 Persons€370
6 Persons€420
BY VAN (Mercedes Sprinter 15 seats)
7 Persons€455
8 Persons€520
9 Persons€570
10 Persons€600
  • Professional guide for the entire tour
  • Comfortable car/van with driver
  • All Taxes
  • Insurance
please note
  • All our tours are private
  • All tours are paid in cash (in €) to the tour guide at the end of the tour

Full description

Your 4-hour adventure takes you to the most popular towns on Montenegro’s coastline, which are Kotor and Budva. The first stop is Kotor, one of the best-preserved medieval towns and a town that holds the most important position in Boka Bay. While on a walking tour through Kotor, you’ll get the opportunity to discover the rich history of the area while strolling through its streets and admiring the palaces that were home to the local aristocracy.

After learning about the life and the culture of the locals, your knowledgeable local guide will take you to another coastal town across the hills, Budva. On the way there, you’ll enjoy a relaxing ride with stunning views of the mountains and the sea.

Before visiting Budva, we’ll make a short photo stop at the most luxurious part of the Montenegrin coastline, the island of St. Stefan. It was built in the 15th century, and because of its position and fortifications, it was a great strategic and valuable place for many centuries. This small fishing village with rich culture was converted into a luxury resort in the 1960s.

After taking a short break and taking some beautiful photos, we will take you to the town of Budva. The walking tour of Budva will be insightful and relaxing. Because of its rich history, it’s one of the most famous towns in Montenegro. Budva is considered one of the oldest settlements on the Adriatic coast, dating back over 2500 years.

However, history is not all we’re gonna uncover on this tour. During your free time, you will have the freedom to enjoy its beaches and typical Adriatic charm and maybe taste some local dishes or excellent wine and rakija.

This Kotor and Budva Tour is perfect if you want to learn a little bit about the rich history of Montenegro, as well as have some time to relax and enjoy beautiful sea views from Budva’s Riviera.

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Worth your time & money!

We spent such an amazing day exploring the charming towns on the Montenegrin coastline. The Old Town of Kotor is filled with a rich history that is definitely worth experiencing! For me, the highlight of this tour was the magnificent Budva beaches. I am really looking forward to coming back here for the next vacation!


A must if you are visiting Kotor!

This is an incredible private tour that takes you to Budva, St. Stefan, and Kotor Old Town. Our guide is amazing, with valuable knowledge about the history of Montenegro and answers to all of our questions. I would definitely recommend this private tour to anyone, and it will exceed your expectations. We will for sure book more tours with Miro & Sons!


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Which is nicer Budva or Kotor?

Both Budva and Kotor have their unique beauty and charm, so the choice depends on individual preferences. Budva is a lively town with vibrant nightlife and beautiful beaches, making it a popular destination among younger travelers. The town also has a rich history and ancient architecture, including the famous Budva Citadel. Kotor is, on the other hand, a charming and picturesque town surrounded by mountains. Because of its historical landmarks and medieval architecture, it is placed on a UNESCO World Heritage site. Kotor has a bit more laid-back atmosphere, more suitable for travelers looking for a relaxed experience.

Can you get a bus from Kotor to Budva?

Yes, you can. There are many bus services operating between Kotor and Budva. The journey takes approximately 35 minutes to 1 hour, depending on the bus stops and traffic conditions. The buses depart from the Kotor main bus station located near the old town and arrive at the Budva bus station. From the station in Budva, you’ll have to walk approximately 20 minutes to reach Budva Old Town.

What is the best month to visit Budva?

The best time to visit Budva depends on your interests and preferences. Peak season is considered from June to September when the weather is warm and sunny. During this time, the town is bustling with tourists, and if you’re looking for a more relaxed atmosphere, you might wanna avoid these months. To avoid the most crowded months, pick May or October. These two months are still warm enough to enjoy the beaches and have a more chill and laid-back atmosphere.

Are beaches in Budva free?

Most of the beaches in Budva are free and open to the public. The most famous ones are Mogren, Slovenska, and Jaz Beach. However, some beaches have facilities that require payment, such as umbrellas, sunbeds, or sports equipment. Visitors are free to bring their own beach gear for free.

Know before you go

  • A passport or Visa might be required for non-European Union citizens. Check the entry requirements before your trip.
  • Montenegro has a Mediterranean climate. Summers are hot, and winters mild. Make sure you check the weather forecast and pack appropriate clothing.
  • The official currency in Montenegro is Euro (EUR). You can easily withdraw from ATMs since they are widely available.
  • The official language in Montenegro is Montenegrin, but a lot of locals also speak English, Serbian, and Russian.
  • Most beaches in Montenegro are free and open to the public.
  • The dress code must be appropriate when visiting religious sites; it’s important to respect traditions.
  • Tipping is not mandatory, but it is always fair to round up your bill. 10% tip for good service in restaurants and cafes. If you really loved the service, feel free to tip more.
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