Boka Bay

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This full day excursion will take you to beautiful bay of Boka. Protected by UNESCO as natural and cultural heritage site, bay of Boka without a doubt is one of the most interesting bays in world.

From town of Budva to town of Kotor which is situated only 20km away, and it is situated in a secluded part of the bay of Boka.

The old Mediterranean port of Kotor is surrounded by an impressive city wall built by the Republic of Venice, and Venetian influence remains predominant in the city’s architecture.

With local guide through amazing walking tour you will be introduced to historical and cultural treasure of this magnificent Old town. From the main town square by the massive palaces of old Nobel Families, to basilica of St. Triphun, temple of St. Luke and impressive Orthodox Church of St. Nikola, every single rock of this medieval town have a story for himself.

After visiting of old town, proceed on boat ride through the bay of Kotor, towards the unique artificial island called Our Lady of Rock.

Situated next to the natural island of St. George, with Orthodox Monastery on it, Our Lady of Rock is one of the symbols of Montenegro. Build on the remains of old ship wrecks of Ottoman Empire Navy, local inhabitants made this island, and afterwards they build Catholic church on it. After visiting of this island back on the coast in the place that once had been the dominant trade and maritime center of the world, town Perast.

Situated across these two magnificent islands the old town Perast is one of the most charming settlements in Adriatic Sea. Town itself is very untypical, doesn’t have any defensive wall, but instead it has nine defensive towers. They were built by the navy of the Venetian Republic in the 15th and 16th centuries.

Unique as it is, plus government restriction for new constructions, town Perast kept the charm of Renaissance times.
Walk the Perast with guide, explore the churches and palaces, and after free time scheduled return back to Budva.

 
 

 

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