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Travel from Cavtat to Montenegro

by sjones1

We are flying into Dubrovnik airport and are travelling onto Montenegro for a stay in Petrovac before returning to Cavtat for a stay there. We have been quoted 150 Euro for a one way taxi transfer. Can anyone suggest a more cost effective way to get there and back?

Re: Travel from Cavtat to Montenegro

by Valadelphia

That does seem high. If you keep searching, you may find a lower transfer price. However, the alternative is to go all the way to the Dubrovnik bus station to catch a bus, and you would likely have to change the bus at Budva or Herceg Novi.
Here is a Dubrovnik bus schedule but please note this is subject to change!
Have you compared rental car prices?

Re: Travel from Cavtat to Montenegro

by TheWanderingCamel

Depending on the time your flight arrives you could take a bus in to Dubrovnik and then catch a bus on to Montenegro. Buses to Kotor/Budva and Podgorica stop at Petrovac. Timing could be a problem. There are 2 buses a day to both places - 1030 and 2030 to Kotor and 0545 and 1900 to Podgorica - the 1900 bus to Podgorica would probably be your best bet - it takes about 2 hours, so you could expect to arrive at about 2100, not too late.
I'm afraid I don't know the bus times for the return journey but as the 1030 bus to Kotor arrives back in Dubrovnik between 1700-1800 it must leave sometime in the early afternoon. There are regular buses to Cavtat until 0100
I would suggest you contact the Dubrovnik bus company for more information

Enjoy your holiday - you're going to a beautiful part of the world

Re: Travel from Cavtat to Montenegro

by colaric

We love Cavtat. You can take a boat to Dubrovnik and avoid all the traffic headaches. It drops you right in the main port...steps from everywhere you want to be.

The airport is located in a very uncongested area, and we suggest you rent a car and enjoy the drive to Montenegro. It is quite close...probably only 30 minutes or so from the airport. Easy border crossing. Two lane country road. Over the border, you can even catch a ferry (they only take Euros) across the Bay of Kotor. The price of the taxi surprises me. The people who own the house we rented south of Cavtat also rent cars...they are a very nice and wonderful if you could compare their rates if you wish...

Re: Travel from Cavtat to Montenegro

by gospar

One way taxi 150€??
That is quite a lot money just for transport.
Better solution is to hire a small car and have it for 3 days in Montenegro and drive back with a car to Cavtat.
That can cost you all together with fuel about 150-170€
Please contact Milenium car rental on e-mail or visit their web page I think they will find best solution for you

Re: Travel from Cavtat to Montenegro

by gospar

Also with a car you will have time to see things in Montenegro like Cetinje, St. Stefan, Kotor....

Travel Tips for Dubrovnik

a late night stroll...

by marktynernyc

A late night stroll on Stradun is magical. The white marble pavers glistten from the lights - the night sky above the Old Town - a gentle breeze - the sound of laughter drifting from bars on the side streets - the bells of the churches ringing on the hour.

The golden age of the...

by Dalibor79

The golden age of the Dubrovnik Republic was in the 16th century when the splendour and power of the Venetian Republic declined. The basis of prosperity was seaborne trade. The Dubrovnik merchant navy in the 16th century reached the highest level of quality and nautical skills with some 180 to 200 vessels in its fleet. Shipbuilding developed with larger ships of different types - galleys, trabacolas and navas - and they sailed on distant and more dangerous journeys along the Mediterranean, Black Sea and the open oceans to the northern ports of England and Germany as well as to India and the Americas. Dubrovnik seamen became well-known and sought after as cargo transporters with widespread maritime interests and trade.
Material prosperity and a feeling of security and freedom formed the basic of the culture of living in a humanistic way and stimulated a creative spirit. Dubrovnik reached a magnificent stage in its urban and architectural development which has been sustained to the present time. Famous names in literature and poetry are Marin Držiæ, Ivan Gunduliæ, Ruðer Boškoviæ in science and there are many more in the arts and culture.

A Hole in the Wall

by cvjetic_22

Hanging off the cliffs of the outter side of the city walls, plastic tables under a bambus roof, Sinatra, Dean Martin... and nothing standing between you and Italy.
Only beverages and local drinks - beer, wine and travarica (herbal grappa) - are served in the most unpretentious way.
The loo is monumental as well, but requires a dosage of adventurous spirit and taste for the "extraordinary".

Hotel ODISEJ in Pomena

by croisbeauty

Pomena is one of the few villages on island of Mljet, situated in its most southern part. Hotel Odisej is the only hotel resort on the entire island, which offers standard type of accomodation and very good restaurant. I've spend two weeks here enjoying in completely relaxed atmosphere.

tel. 00385/20/744022, fax 744042

The bus station (Autobusni Kolodvor)

by Obak81

The Busstation in Dubrovnik is the primery transportation site in Dubrovnik. Intercity, international and local busses all start/stop here and the sea port is just 300 meters down the road towards the old city.
The location of the busstation is approx 3,5 km from the old town wich makes the station a bit off the way. However local busses go to the old town often enough and cost 8 kn.


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