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Old Town of Kotor Walking Tour
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US$62.31*
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Montenegro Day Trip from Dubrovnik
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  • Excellent66%
  • Very good27%
  • Average5%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible1%
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“old town” (109 reviews)
“amazing views” (42 reviews)
“flip flops” (31 reviews)
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Kotor Municipality, Montenegro
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Reviewed yesterday

Walk the walls. Do what you can. It was 40 degrees C when we went, and mid-day. We did not take water with us - but people are selling it along the way (take water, AND purchase it!). We are old. We made it 3/4...More

Thank Caroline W
Reviewed yesterday

I saw a lot of people trying to walk up in flip flops- don't. I was wearing sneakers and I still slipped. It's well worth the 45 minute hike up but take your time and go in the morning. Absolutely beautiful views. I saw children...More

Thank Kaseraa
Reviewed yesterday

Not to be confused with the casual stroll that the walk round Dubrovnik involves this is a much more strenuous affair climbing around 1400 large, uneven and poorly maintained steps. If you're reasonably fit you'll make it but there was a lot of people puffing...More

Thank Jeelz
Reviewed yesterday

The city is very charming and the walls are lovely, a chance to see some of the town and perhaps escape some of the crowded streets.

Thank waldorf53
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Montenegro is touted as the most beautiful country in Europe and we totally agree. We took a bus tour from Croatia to Montenegro and there were 2 border inspections, the Croatia side which is more meticulous than the Montenegro side. In fact leaving Montenegro and...More

Thank roseadraneda
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Small crowded streets with a lot to take in, lots of shops, chapels, restraints etc, great stop if on the cruise ship and all the locals are very friendly

Thank Jason M
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

This place was amazing we are fit ish and decided to walk up to the top of the fortress wall it's very steep and a testing walk to say the least this is not for the faint hearted or unfit, but when you get there...More

Thank zarky
Reviewed 6 days ago

hectic walk. we did this in peak summer and at lunchtime. the heat was unbearable. this walk is not those who are not fit. very steep walk. BUT the view from the top is absolutely amazing

Thank Chantel E
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This place makes you feel your back in time. It's a must see when visiting koto, most shops seen to open after 9am. Didn't find any public restroom, shops that were open had good souvenir and prices. Recomend to visit there's a lot of acient...More

Thank Jafet815418
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

One of the most amazing and well preserved walls i have seen so far. It is said that they take place from 15-th century and that the lenght of the ramparts is 4.5 kilometres. That is amazing.

Thank Rade B
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nmm766
22 July 2017|
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Response from Tom S | Reviewed this property |
Personally I'd say no. I don't remember seeing any children when I went last week. It's quite demanding... there are viewing points though before you get to the top, so maybe don't expect to be able to make it all the way... More
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stimbo
9 June 2017|
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Response from Barry N | Reviewed this property |
Hi Stimbo, I did the walk in March, and went up and down the same route. We started near La Dolce Vita Apartments and it is quite a trek, but worth it for the views. I've heard that it is 1400 steps and that might be... More
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Marki1997
9 September 2016|
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Response from turoar | Reviewed this property |
Yes you can, not hard to find your way around.
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