Kotor Walking Tour with Food & Wine Tasting 2024
About Kotor Walking Tour with Food and Wine tasting
On this 2-hour walking tour, you will be able to learn everything about Kotor’s amazing and impressive culture and history. After finishing a guided walking tour through Kotor Old Town, you will have an opportunity to taste famous smoked ham, cheese, mussels along with other traditional delicacies and have a glass of local wine or beer. While you enjoy local specialties, your tour guide will be at your disposal for any questions.
00:00 – 01:00
Walking tour of Kotor
01:00 – 02:00
Time in the local wine bar reserved for chatting, food and wine tasting (glass of wine, platter of local delicacies, homemade bread, olive oil, water)
* 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 people
- Professional guide for the entire tour
- Entry/admission – Kotor Old City
- Food and drinks
- All Taxes
- All our tours are private
- All tours are paid in cash (in €) to the tour guide at the end of the tour
Our Kotor Food Tour starts with a 1-hour walking tour of Kotor, where you will learn everything about the town’s rich history and traditions.
After the part focused on the history and heritage Kotor has, the tour will continue towards the famous marketplace, which is the soul of this town. There, local vendors will let us try pieces of their products, and afterward, we will sit in a local place at one of the squares where you will taste smoked ham, cheese, olive oil, locally prepared spreads and bread, and in the season from May to September you will have the opportunity to taste mussels in “buzara” sauce we are so proud of!
All of this will be followed by enjoying our famous wine and beer. This Montenegro Food Tour is a perfect way to combine learning with having fun! Our wine and food tasting will take you on a journey across Montenegro, within the homes of the families who prepared all these delicious local specialties with so much love and commitment, which will certainly immerse you in the local lifestyle!
While enjoying local delicacies, you will have time to chat with your local guide, enjoy the atmosphere, and learn more about Kotor and Montenegro!
A fantastic experience!
We had a great time on this tour. It was amazing to learn all about the interesting culture and history of Kotor and see its impressive landmarks. We even had an opportunity to try delicious traditional food and enjoy a very nice wine tour. Highly recommend going on this tour!
Highly recommended tour!
The Kotor Walking Tour with food and wine tasting was an unforgettable experience! We were captivated by the fascinating culture and history of Kotor and its impressive landmarks. The icing on the cake was trying the delicious traditional food and wine. We highly recommend it as it was the perfect combination of history, culture, and gastronomy!
Why wait & miss this unique opportunity. Book your tour today!
Indulge yourself in amazing local food and wine tasting in Kotor.
Should I book a guided tour of Kotor?Taking a guided tour of Kotor is one of the best ways to truly understand its rich history and see all its famous landmarks. For those who love food and wine, a guided food and wine tour is a great way to indulge in traditional cuisine and wine tastings while discovering Kotor's beauty. With a knowledgeable guide, you will discover the best local spots and won't miss anything.
Does Montenegro have good wine?Yes, Montenegro has great wine despite the fact that it only has two wine regions. The first one is the Coastal wine region, and the second one is the Lake Skadar wine region. The Coastal region benefits from fertile land and a good microclimate environment, running along the Adriatic coast. But the largest vineyards are located between Lake Skadar and the capital city of Podgorica.
What is Montenegro famous for?There are many stunning natural features in Montenegro, such as the Bay of Kotor and Durmitor National Park. Among its famous cultural landmarks is the medieval old town of Kotor and the Ostrog Monastery, which are renowned for their rich history. Additionally, Montenegro's wine industry is booming, and the country is famous for its unique red wine, Vranac.
Is Montenegro a cheap country?Compared to many other European destinations, Montenegro is relatively affordable, but it is not necessarily "cheap." However, the prices can vary based on the location. Certain areas and activities are more expensive. Those who plan their travel wisely can find Montenegro to be a good value for their money.
Where to go and what to do in Montenegro?For visitors to Montenegro, there are a variety of activities and attractions available. Kotor, with its impressive walls and cobblestone streets, is one of the most popular destinations. If you have more time in this beautiful area, we highly recommend exploring the Perast and Kotor Bay by Boat. Nature lovers can explore Durmitor National Park or take a guided tour of National Park Lovcen and Skadar Lake. If you only have one day in this beautiful country, we advise booking a half-day tour of Highlights of Montenegro. That way, you can visit the most important landmarks in Montenegro in a short time.
Njeguški pršut and cheese
Njeguški pršut and cheese are two of Montenegro’s most famous and well-known traditional foods. Njeguški pršut is a type of smoked ham. This tasty delicacy has been produced in the village of Njeguši for centuries using a unique recipe passed down from generation to generation. It is made from high-quality local pork, sea salt, and spices and is aged for at least a year to develop its unique flavor.
Njeguški cheese is also made using a special technique and an old recipe. It has a slightly salty taste and is a creamy type of cheese. Both of these delicacies are perfect for enjoying paired with a glass of local wine. While in Montenegro, you have to try both these delicious and rich gastronomy treats that are a part of the cultural heritage.
Vranac is a red wine grape variety that is native to Montenegro and neighboring countries. It is known for its deep red color, high tannins, and fruity flavors. Vranac wines are typically aged in oak barrels, which gives them additional complexity and depth. This wine is often paired with traditional Montenegrin dishes such as roasted lamb or grilled meat, but it can easily be paired with both sweet and salty food.