After the Perast, You ‘ll continue to Kotor, a medieval seaside walled town famous for its maze of streets and unique history. Within those walls lie labyrinthine marble lanes where churches, shops, bars, and restaurants surprise you on every corner. On your tour of Kotor, You’ll be guided with a local licensed guide through the old town and have all your question’s answered. One of the must-dos, when you visit Kotor, is climbing the city walls to see the bay from above. Starting from the very back of the old town, over 1350 steps lead up the mountain to a fortress at the top. It cost us 8 euro each for access to the steps, but it’s a pretty casual arrangement – The path to the top is a mix of narrow steps and a rubble path, so you’ll need good shoes. It’s much easier to use the steps, but you will need to move aside onto the stony part to let people past. About halfway up, you’ll come to the 16th-century Church of Our Lady of Remedy. This tiny church has a welcomingly-cool interior and plenty of steps to collapse on after the climb. If you carry on up the mountain you’ll reach the fortress of San Giovanni. On the way back refresh Your self with the cold water, cake or beer in a local pub. After lunch, free time at leisure, and returns to Dubrovnik, and expected to arrive in Dubrovnik at 4.00 pm.