Montenegro Day Trip from Dubrovnik
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Montenegro, with its vast, awe-inspiring landscapes, is one of Europe’s best-kept secrets, but the word is gradually getting out, so see it relatively crowd-free while you can! Only a one-hour drive from Dubrovnik, Montenegro offers an unforgettable experience, with a combination of exceptional natural beauty and a rich history and culture. Enjoy the unique geography, where mountains meet the sea.
On this day trip from Dubrovnik to Montenegro, cross international borders and spend the day in one of Europe’s lesser-visited gems. Enjoy a scenic drive around Kotor Bay with its numerous small settlements, including Risan, once the seat of the Illyrian queen Teuta, and picturesque Perast. Take a break in the medieval town of Kotor, encircled by walls and fortresses and listed as UNESCO World Heritage Site. Don’t miss its popular attraction, the Cathedral of St Tryphon.
Then continue your tour along the steep slopes to Cetinje (only April-October), stopping briefly along the way in the village of Njeguši. You will drive through Cetinje, once the seat of the Montenegrin rulers.
Continue towards Budva with a panoramic view over Sveti Stefan, an exclusive island hotel. In Budva, a charming ancient town that is today a lively tourist resort, you’ll have more free time to explore. Return to Dubrovnik with a ferry ride across the bay.
- Local guide
What isn't included
- Gratuities (optional)
- Food and drinks, unless specified
- Entrance fees to the King Nikola Museum (approximately €5 per person)