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Upon arrival of your cruise our guide awaits you, identified by the Shorex sign.
Throughout this tour, we will discover the magnificent coastal churches and small towns that make up Kotor and Perast.
We will leave the pier (boat trip) in the direction of Perast, a quiet baroque city, close to Kotor. Once here we can see the most emblematic and beautiful buildings of the 17th and 18th centuries.
Sea activities were a widespread activity during this period, resulting in rich and prosperous captains, who erected magnificent cities that captivate today, as much as they did when they were built.
We will see numerous sacred monuments, including the 1740 Parish church or the 12th century church St. George, located on an islet located in front of Perast. We can also see the Saint Nicolas church built between the fifteenth and seventeenth centuries.
Then we will take a ride aboard a boat, to visit Gospa od Skrpjela, the islet of Our Lady of the Rocks located in the Bay of Kotor, where the magnificent baroque church of The Rock is located, rebuilt in 1622. The islet is artificial and the original church is from the year 1452. “According to legend, a sailor lay on a rock in the Bay of Kotor on his return from a successful trip, and from there, the island was emerging from the sea ” The church contains more than 68 paintings by a famous 17th-century artist; the most important is that of the virgin’s death 10 meters long; We can also see Italian paintings, masterpieces of the fifteenth century.
Then we will meet again in our boat, to return to the city of Kotor. Here we will take a walking tour through the old town.
The guide will show us the three miles of wall, which the Venetians built between the first half of the 15th century and the middle of the 18th century. These walls completely enclose the old town and form a fortress capable of withstanding long attacks and sieges.
Our magnificent and cultural tour will finish with a visit to the St. Tryphon cathedral (interior visit) of Romanesque style, built in 1166 and whose main nave is separated from the side aisles, alternating square pillars and old-style columns.
At the end of the excursion, return to the port for farewell.