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In recent years, Kotor enjoys an increase of international tourists, many of them visiting it via cruise ships. Visitors are attracted by both the old town and gulf’s scenic beauty. Along with one of Adriatic’s best-preserved medieval old towns, Kotor is also famous for Saint Tryphon Cathedral (1166-built) and the city walls stretching for 4,5 km above the town.

During 2020, 540 cruisers will sail to the Kotor Harbor.

The first arrival this year was recorded on January 3, when Costa Deliziosa sailed to the port.

“The first larger ship will sail again on April 1st. It is a cruiser – Aida Blu, and in the meantime, we have the constant arrivals of Athens and Artemis, smaller ships with a length of 58.80 m and 1,206 GRT,” said the representatives of Port of Kotor.

Last year, 529 smaller and larger cruise ships sailed to Boka Kotorska bay, with more than 600,000 tourists.

The Port of Kotor is 15 minutes to Tivat Airport and 90 minutes to Podgorica airport and Dubrovnik Airport.