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Getting around Kotor

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Getting Around Kotor

In Kotor, there is a local city bus running every hour. Departures towards Kostanjica start at 6.15 at Škaljari Novo Naselje. Tickets are sold by the driver, and the price, depending on the distance, ranges from 1 to 2.50 euros.

Here you may find the price range.

The schedule of departures for locations in the bay and to Dragalj you may find on this location. On Sundays, departures are scheduled at odd hours from Novo Naselje (Škaljari), and at even hours from Risan.

The bus to Tivat departs from Kamp. Also, Sunday departures are scheduled at even hours from Kamp, and at odd hours from Tivat. For destinations outside the bay, information can be found on the bus station website at https://www.autobuskastanicakotor.me/.

There are also many taxi companies available.

One can also reach a desired location by boat. Find out about the offer on our website.

 

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