Day trip to Budva and Kotor from Tirana / Price: 85 euro

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Day trip to Budva and Kotor from Tirana involves traveling to Montenegro, which is a neighboring country to Albania. Both Budva and Kotor are beautiful coastal towns known for their historic charm and scenic landscapes. In our full-day tour we will have the opportunity to discover the Bay of Budva, the UNESCO city of Kotor, and the petite island of Sveti Stefan.

Budva is a picturesque coastal town located on the Adriatic Sea in Montenegro. Known for its historic charm, beautiful beaches, and vibrant nightlife, Budva is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the region. Situated in an unusual bay, named after the town it has been a very important historical, strategical and trading center.

Founded around the 6th century BC, Kotor resembles an Open Book of history when you can spot different tracks and records from different periods of history. Most of the influence is from Venetian time, as for a long time it was part of the Venetian Republic.


  • Border Crossing: Ensure you have the necessary documents for border crossing as you’ll be entering Kosovo. Check current travel regulations and have your ID or passport ready.


  • Church of St. John also known as Sveti Ivan
  • Old Town (Stari Grad) a well-preserved medieval walled city
  • Ballet Dancer Statue, one of often visited places in the city
  • Church of St. Luke, the only edifice in town
  • Kotor Fortress
  • Kotor Bay

Price 85 euros per person 


  • English Speaking guide
  • Transport with very comfortable vehicle
  • Pickup and drop off at your hotel/apartment in Tirana
  • All expenses for guide and car; fuel, parking, pay tolls
  • All the taxes


City Tour of Budva

Our tour of Montenegro continues early in the morning from Tirana by the side of Buna River toward the southern part of Montenegro, along some of the picturesque Riviera and tiny rocky beaches.

Church of St. John (Sveti Ivan)

The Church of St. John, also known as Sveti Ivan, is one of the prominent landmarks within Budva’s Old Town in Montenegro. It is centrally located within Budva’s Old Town, making it easily accessible for visitors exploring the narrow cobblestone streets of the historic district. Inside the church, you can find an iconostasis, a screen adorned with religious icons that separates the nave from the sanctuary. These icons are often rich in symbolism and contribute to the overall religious and artistic significance of the church.

Old Town (Stari Grad)

Budva’s Old Town is a well-preserved medieval walled city with narrow winding streets, charming squares, and historical architecture. It’s home to ancient churches, museums, and iconic landmarks. The Old Town is surrounded by medieval walls that have been standing for centuries. The walls offer a sense of history and protection and provide a great backdrop for exploration. There are several churches within the Old Town, each with its unique history and architecture.

Ballet Dancer Statue

Dancer from Budva one of often visited places in the city, is the Dancer’s monument from Budva. Inspired by colorful stories about love, the sculptor Gradimir Alexits created a surprising sculpture from bronze as a certain symbol of devoted and infinite feeling.

Explore the historical town Kotor UNESCO

After Budva sightseeing we continue toward Kotor.This walking tour allows you to experience the rich history, architecture, and culture of Kotor’s Old Town

Church of St. Luke

The church of Sveti Luka (St. Luke) in Kotor on the square Piazza Greca has the traits of both Roman and Byzantine architecture. This church is the only edifice in town, which has not suffered significant damages during the earthquake in 1979. The church of Sveti Luka (St. Luke) was painted immediately after the construction of which only the fragments on the south wall remained.

Kotor Fortress

The fortress is located on the hill of St. John (Sveti Ivan) above Kotor’s Old Town. Upon reaching the top of the fortress, visitors are rewarded with panoramic views of Kotor, the Bay of Kotor (Boka Bay), the surrounding mountains, and the Adriatic Sea. It’s a spectacular vantage point for photography and taking in the beauty of the coastal landscape.

Kotor Bay

Kotor Bay is a winding bay located on the Adriatic Sea, surrounded by dramatic mountains. The bay is often described as Europe’s southernmost fjord, although it is technically a submerged river canyon. Including the town of Kotor and its surroundings, was designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1979. The area is recognized for its outstanding natural and cultural significance
After the visit of Kotor, we hit the road back to Tirana.

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