Book a Car Rental Kotor and Discover the Entire Bay
The Bay of Kotor might just be one of the most beautiful spots in Europe. The best way to meet is to book a car rental Kotor and just drive around.
Car rental Kotor, transfer services and Montenegro rent a car Kotor
Rent a Car Kotor - Montenegrocar agency is your best choice when it comes to car rental or transfer services in Kotor. Our unique car rental service is what we are recognized for in Montenegro and the region. We offer Economy, Premium and Lux class cars, short-term or long-term rental services, airport transfer or transport to the desired location, anytime.
Whether you are traveling for work, pleasure or vacation, the Montenegrocar agency will meet all your wishes. Instead of public transport or taxi services in Kotor, using rent a car Montenegro or transfer services will allow you more flexibility in exploring this beautiful city, as well as reduce the costs.
We proudly offer a specialized, accurate, personalized airport transfer service or transfer to the desired location. We especially emphasize the transfer service from the airports in Podgorica, Tivat, Dubrovnik and Tirana, quickly and efficiently.
Montenegrocar services in Kotor
- rent a car and car rental
- transfers to and from the airport
- driver transport services
We offer a large number of various car models for every occasion. Once you have made a tour plan, you can contact us to get all the necessary information about the vehicles and choose the best quality and the best offer.
Lux class cars – Rent a car Kotor
Premium car class – Car rental Kotor
Economy class cars - Transfer Kotor
We provide special cars for every occasion in Montenegro, with the service of a personal driver. We have prepared a special business offer for corporate clients.
Our driver will be waiting for you at the agreed place, whether it is an airport, office, or hotel, and will provide you with a professional transport service to the desired location.
With our comfortable, safe vehicles, which you can rent at an affordable price, each of your trips will be a story for itself.
Travel with style and enjoy the comfort
All our cars are impeccably clean and regularly serviced, and after each use, they are thoroughly cleaned and disinfected. While driving, cold refreshments are also available to all passengers.
For complete comfort and enjoyment of driving, at your request we can provide WI-FI, child seats and additional facilities for children so that even the youngest can enjoy the ride. In addition, our drivers will be at your service and will help you with luggage at the airport or hotel.
If you need a consultation before booking a car or transfer, contact our Customer Service, which is at your service non-stop.
Transfer Montenegro - Croatia and Croatia - Montenegro; airports Podgorica, Tivat, Tirana
We provide the Kotor-Dubrovnik transfer service and the Dubrovnik-Kotor transfer service for you. The distance between Kotor and Dubrovnik is 93 km. We also offer a transfer service from Kotor to the International Airport Ćilipi, 70.2 km away. We offer transfer on the route Kotor - Tivat 11.3 kilometers, Kotor - Podgorica 84.8 km, Kotor - Tirana 201 km. You will enjoy our safe cars, the service of a professional driver and the drive to the airport.
Kotor is a coastal town in of Bay of Kotor in Montenegro. The urban ensemble within the Kotor ramparts has about 1.333 inhabitants, and the municipality about 23.000 inhabitants according to the 2003 census.
Information about Kotor
The old Mediterranean harbor, surrounded by ramparts, is preserved and protected by UNESCO, as a world cultural heritage.The influences of Venice are felt, which is best seen in the architectural solutions. The Bay of Kotor is one of the deepest, longest bays on the Adriatic, so it is often called the southernmost fjord in Europe. Kotor is located below the cliffs of Lovćen and Orjen.The geographical coordinates of Kotor are 42 ° 25 ′ 20 ″ NW; 18 ° 46 ′ 11″ E.
Things to see in Kotor
- The Old Town of Kotor
- Tryphon's Cathedral
- Squares in Kotor
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The city was so beautiful that the gods had to intervene in its construction
With some 23.000 inhabitants, this town on the shores of the Bay of Kotor carries numerous stories. Due to its uniqueness and charm, a significant increase in the number of inhabitants was recorded during the summer season.
Tourists from all over the world cannot resist the combination of modern and traditional, in the southernmost fjord of Europe.
According to historical sources, it is about two millennia old. Your first name place of springs or Cataro, owes to the karst physiognomy of Pestingrad hill and its surroundings. This pearl of world cultural heritage, the origin of which, according to legend, is under the protection of UNESCO.
One of the most famous legends is the one about the Fairy Gate and the Alkima Fairy, which fell into the disfavor of Poseidon. Because of him, she fled to the hills above Kotor. She advised the sailors and Emperor Stefan not to place the city on the slopes of Pestingrad but on the seashore. Because without the sea, there is no life for you, there is no dock on the hill, no watering place for the horse. They listened to her advice, and as a sign of gratitude, Alkima built a bridge to the neighboring hill, from which she separated Pestingrad.
The bridge is very similar to the city gate, which is still called today Fairy door. Who is chosen and loved by the fairies, at a certain time of night, can see a fairy sitting at the door.
Due to the dynamics and favorable geographical position, Kotor, thanks to the heterogeneity of civilizations that inhabited it and bequeathed the customs and way of life, is today extremely interesting as a tourist destination. Even before the new era, the first colonists of Kotor were the Greeks. Later came the Illyrians, Romans, Goths, Nemanjići, Byzantines and the rule of the Venetian Republic. This continued during the liberation wars, so during the First World War it was the scene of fighting between Montenegro and Austria-Hungary. After that, Kotor came under the auspices of Montenegro.
Kotor is Montenegro, with all its peculiarities. Gastronomic delicacies for the hedonistic palate offer a sardine stew, mussels prepared in "buzara" (prepared with tomato sauce and garlic), various dishes of scrapie, monkfish, sardines, but at the same time a more northern atmosphere such as kačamak (traditional meal made of corn flour), žućenica (coastal wild edible grass), kaštradina (smoked mutton or goat) and the like.