Guide to Cruise Ports and Terminals
The city of Kotor in Montenegro is nestled between mountains in a fjord-like setting. Many cruise passengers are surprised by the city's beautiful setting.
The Kotor Cruise Ship Terminal is conveniently situated directly across from the pedestrian-friendly walled city. It can handle smaller ships only. Large ships anchor in the bay and passengers must catch a tender boat to the Kotor Old City.
Some cruise lines provide a free shuttle service from the ship to the Old City. Most passengers, however, can easily walk the short distance.
There are plenty of city and intercity buses operating from Kotor. Due to the proximity of the city to the port, most cruise passengers won't require one.
Train service is available from Kotor to other cities in Montenegro and abroad.
Ferry service operates across the Bay of Kotor.
Top attractions in Kotor include the following:
For comprehensive tourist information, please visit the Kotor Travel Guide.
The euro is used in Montenegro.
Kotor enjoys a humid sub-tropical climate with warm summers and cool winters. Due to the proximity of the surrounding mountains and Kotor's seaside location, the city receives a significant amount of rain.