Pansion Pana Kotor

Dobrota Sv Eustahije 253, Kotor, 81350, Montenegro
Pansion Pana Kotor
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Buses from Dubrovnik to Kotor

by Glanteg

Travelling next week (w/c 7th Nov) from Dubrovnik to Kotor by bus. Have found conflicting info re bus availability - one site said only one bus a day at 10.30am and another said there were 3 buses a day!

Can anyone let me know which is correct for this time of year - also can you give me some idea of the likely return cost.

Thanks

Re: Buses from Dubrovnik to Kotor

by MacedonianUK

No it is only ONE bus 3 times a WEEK!
Here is the website you need with timetables...

http://www.libertasdubrovnik.com/voznired.pdf
Hope this helps.
MacedonianUK

Re: Buses from Dubrovnik to Kotor

by Venelin

The link also seems to list a daily departure to Podgorica, which is probabaly one of the Kotor departures, but does not stop in the town every day. I cannot think of a reason why a bus driver will not let you get off in Kotor, even if only on the main road and not at the town bus station (which is probably away from it). You might have to pay the fare to Podgorica, though.

I hope what I am saying is correct, never taken this bus before. However, it would seem very weird to me if not true.

Re: Buses from Dubrovnik to Kotor

by alan1972

I read the departures timetable to Kotor as follows:
10:30 every day
15:00 every day (this bus continues to Podgorica)
20:30 on Mon, Wed, Sat only as indicated by the asterisk and note

But ask at the bus station to confirm, as timetables can change quite frequently. The 10:30 is probably the most reliable as there has been a bus at around that time of day all year round for several years.

Re: Buses from Dubrovnik to Kotor

by yumyum

Check when in Dubrovnik whether there are buses just to Herceg Novi (the big lovely town just after the border) and change there for another one to Kotor. That way you may have more options.

Re: Buses from Dubrovnik to Kotor

by yumyum

The Herceg Novi-Kotor leg is probably around 5-6 Euro one way. I don't remember the right fare but we did that this year.

Travel Tips for Kotor

Cats

by antistar

Kotor is cat heaven. There are cats everywhere. Hiding in the side streets, stretched out in doorways, ganged up across the square, lazing in bushes, and strolling in the grass. This is all wonderful if you love cats, but a nightmare if you are ailurophobic (fear of cats), like my girlfriend. The best (or worst) place is near St. Mary's Church, at the northern entrance across the bridge. Here they feed them, and they spend all day with nothing better to do than relax and be cat like.

Kotor dressed in white

by vesna04

It is not often to see some snow here in Kotor. But once in every few year it comes ...
S N O W !!!! Everybody, young or old get crazy...go outside and play. If you happen to be here by any chance when snowing, my advice would be : "PARK YOUR CAR" 'couse people are not used to drive in such conditions. So park your car and join the fun :)

A sensory delight

by TheWanderingCamel

Spectacular as the the walls and enchanting as the old town are, another abiding memory of Kotor for me is the heady perfume which filled the air as we drove down the long avenue leading through the modern part of town. Huge magnolias line the road and when I got out of the car to go into the bank the perfume was everywhere. It was wonderful!

You'd need to come in summer for this particular olfactory experience but the closed nature of the landscape creates its own micro-climate with a higher than usual rainfall for this part of Europe and the result is lusher, almost subtropical vegetation with lots of palm trees and other exotic species apart from the magnolias, all brought home from their travels by the Gulf's seafarers, as well as the usual Mediterranean citrus, pomegranates, figs, grapevines, etc. I'm sure that, at different times of the year, the air must be redolent of mimosa or citrus blossom and the scent of the pines is always there.

Photo Op

by karenincalifornia

Climbing up the wall above Kotor presents many stunning photo ops. In this one, the city of Kotor and the Bay of Kotor make a beautiful backdrop.

My children, even though they are independent teenagers (or so they think), still let me photograph them together like this, just as I did when they were cute little babies. (They will hate this tip, but then again, I'm banking on the fact that they probably won't read it.)

Constant rebirth

by karenincalifornia

Over the past several centuries since its founding, the city survived many devastating events including two strong earthquakes. The first major recorded earthquake was in 1667, after which rich women of Kotor gave all their jewellery for reconstruction of the town, and the second earthquake occurred in 1979.

During the bombing of Serbia, Montenegro was largely untouched, but today still suffers from the aftermath of war, which put considerable strain on the economy.

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