When going on a cruise there are some sail ins to the port which are worth watching and Kotor is definitely one of those places. Kotor is known as one of the most northernly fjords, having done a Norwegian fjords cruise last year I can see why.
The ship that we were on docked close to the old town of Kotor. When we got off the ship we got on a tour bus which was a couple of minutes walk away from the ship, the tour bus cost €20 which included a drive along the coastal road including a stop at a mosaic museum. The bus also included a stop at Perast where you could get a boat to an isle located just off Perast where Our Lady of the Rocks is located.
After we got off the tour bus we then had a walk around the old town which is beautiful with all its side streets, churches as well as unique shops. We only had a limited amount of time in Kotor so we couldn’t walk around all of the old town as we had to get back onboard the ship.
For anyone who is going to Kotor on a cruise my advice to them would be to take a walk around the old town and not to bother with tour bus so that you have more time to wander around.