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Kotor Budva Excursion Reviews

Kotor Budva cruise excursion
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Visit the wall of the Old Town and experience the antique charm of Budva.
Member Image Walshy96
1 review
Jun 2016
Great tour by Vesme. She really knew her stuff and gave a real insight into a fascinating place.
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Provider: Cruising Excursions
Member Image zip01002
4 reviews
May 2016
In Kotor, Montenego, we booked the “KV19 Seaside Resorts of Budva and Kotor” at $65. On the way to Budva, the bus stopped at an overlook so we could see Sveti Stefan, the famous high-end resort island on the Montenegrin Riviera. There was a lot of construction going on to widen the road and to build more hotels and casinos. Once in Budva, the weather wasn’t great, but we did a walking tour to the stone fort, citadel, church and other buildings above a nice harbor and a beach with some pounding surf. We had about an hour of free time to walk around with an option to get some food and drinks at a local restaurant. We then returned to Kotor where we were led on a walking tour through the Sea Gate inside the walls. It’s one of the best preserved medieval old towns in the Adriatic and is a UNESCO world heritage site. The architecture was interesting and there were many shops. If the weather wasn’t so gray and drizzly, I might have attempted to walk up the many steps to St. John’s Castle high above the city. Maybe we’ll give that a shot next time.
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Provider: Celebrity Cruises
Member Image sweetpk
5 reviews
Aug 2015
Rough seas going in tender and boat, which was not worth the time and effort becasuse of a very rocky, yes rocky, not stony beach, whereas the rocks heated up. It mad for good practice for hot stone walkers. I wish Celebrity has advised of this fact. Go on another and shorter tour.
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Provider: Celebrity Cruises
Member Image Triplalot
1 review
Jul 2015
We enjoyed the trip around the bay but the church and museum were not outstanding.
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Provider: P&O Cruises

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