How much does a trip to Kotor Cost?

The Cost of a Trip to Kotor

A journey to Kotor will usually cost from $45 to $240 for an individual and $90 to $480 for two people. The mid-range tends to hover around $108 (€100) per person daily, as calculated from our travel cost data from fellow travelers covering food, accommodation, sightseeing, and local transportation expenses. This is a fairly wide price range, and your individual expenses will vary by the level of luxury and travel style that you choose. For those seeking a balance between comfort and budget, booking standard accommodation and eating at typical restaurants, your expenses will be close to this calculated average. Read on for a detailed breakdown of travel expenses by category and a comprehensive overview of accommodation and activity costs tailored to your visit.

How much money should you budget for your trip to Kotor?

If you're considering an independent trip to Kotor, it's helpful to have an idea of the amount of money you'll need. For budget travelers, planning to spend around $45 (€42) per day should cover your essential expenses, including affordable accommodations like hostels and budget hotels, cost-effective meal options, local transportation, and affordable activities. For those with a mid-range budget, allocating around $108 (€100) per day would allow for more comfortable hotels, dining at typical restaurants, and exploring a range of popular attractions. Luxury travelers, on the other hand, should anticipate a daily budget of $240 (€221), which would encompass higher-end accommodations, dining at nicer restaurants, and indulging in private tour options. It's worth noting that these price ranges are based on extensive travel cost data for Kotor from fellow travelers, as well as insights from travel companies regarding hotel and tour prices. For further details on travel costs, you can refer to our comprehensive travel cost data for Kotor.

Average Daily Costs, Per Person, by Category
Budget Mid-Range Luxury
Accommodation1 $22 $53 $116
Local Transportation1 $4 $10 $20
Food2 $19 $46 $107
Water2 $1 $1 $2
Entertainment1 $4 $9 $17
Communication2 $3 $3 $3
Alcohol2 $4 $9 $18

How much does a weekend trip to Kotor cost?

Travelers spend, on average, $323 per person on a three-day trip to Kotor. This includes sightseeing, hotels, food, and local transportation. You can stick close to this average price by staying at mid-range hotels and eating at mid-level restaurants, while also paying for some entry tickets to popular attractions. If you wish to travel cheaper, it's possible to find lower-cost accommodations, eat at less expenive restaurants, and find more free activities. It's also common for many visitors to have a much higher travel budget, as many high-end hotels and restaurants can be found around town.

Kotor, Montenegro

How much does a five day trip to Kotor cost?

With five days in Kotor, you can expect to spend about $539 total, not including transportation to and from the city. It's possible to stay close to this daily average by booking mid-range hotels, eating at normal restaurants, and paying for some entry tickets to popular attractions. It's possible to find lower-cost accommodations, eat at less expenive restaurants, and find more free activities if you want to spent less money.

How much does a one week trip to Kotor cost?

Most visitors spend between $315 and $1,679 for a one week trip to Kotor, with the average being $755. This includes sightseeing, local transportation, food, and hotels. One week is enough time to have a more in-depth experience in Kotor. Also, one week allows you to be more flexible with your time and money, so you can potentially save money on some aspects of your trip while spending more on others.

Hostel Prices in Kotor

With more than 8 hostels in Kotor, the average price is $20 per night for a dorm bed. The cheapest hostel costs $11 and the most expensive is $28. Usually popular with younger travelers, hostels are a great way to save money while also being social. But not all hostels are the same, and we've analyzed the prices of both dorms and private rooms to find the average prices and best places to stay. You can see more details about the hostel prices in Kotor here.

Here are a few sample prices from popular hostels in Kotor.

  • $19 for a dorm bed at Old Town Hostel in Kotor
  • $24 for a dorm bed at Montenegro Hostel 4U in Kotor
  • $12 for a dorm bed at Hostel Centrum in Kotor

Hotel Prices in Kotor

The average price for a hotel room in Kotor is $64 per night. This average is based on our detailed analysis of available hotels in the area. If you want to save money, or if you're planning a more luxurious trip, it's important to look at hotel prices based on the overall star-rating as well as guest reviews. Also, prices can vary by location and amenities. You can see more details from our analysis of hotel prices in Kotor here, and below is a breakdown of hotel prices by star-rating.

Hotels by star rating in Kotor
Rating Number of Hotels Average Hotel Price
5 stars 1 $50
4 stars 44 $95
3 stars 76 $61
2 stars 3 $52
1 star 8 $49
No rating 3 $89

Orahovac bb, Kotor
Overall Rating 9.5
Stari grad 232, Kotor
Overall Rating 9.3

Kotor, Montenegro

Should you do a tour in Kotor?

You'll find a wide range of guided tours in Kotor and many visitors enjoy the convenience of having an expert guide leading them through the chosen activity. Tours range in price from $22 for the Kotor Sunset Group Tour: Lady of the Rocks and Perast(1.5hr) to $134 for the Full-Day Tour to Cetinje and Ostrog Monastery of Montenegro.

    • Private Tour: Custom Made (Charged per Hour): $98
    • Blue Cave and Lady of the Rocks - Kotor tour up to 6 people (3hr): $293
    • Private Speed Boat Tour to Blue Cave and Our Lady of the Rocks - 3h: $261
    • Lady Of The Rocks Island and Perast Old Town-Kotor tour (2 hours): $163
    • Speedboat Tour to Lady of the Rock, Mamula and Blue Cave Swim: $47
    • The Great GASTRO Tour of Montenegrian Wine and Montenegrian food: $201
    • Blue Cave Group Tour in Montenegro: $46
    • Food, wine and the best private walking tour of Kotor: $98
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    1 Categories averaged on a per-item basis.
    2 Categories averaged on a per-day basis.
    For example, the Food2 daily average is for all meals for an entire day, while Entertainment1 is for each individual purchase. Thus, the overall daily average cost is not a summation of the individual categories.

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