Trip from Ksamil
to Herceg Novi

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Departure from Ksamil
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Estimated arrival to Herceg Novi
18:49h

Trip duration: 589min

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Museum of Apollonia
Albania

105 min

The ancient town of Apollonia was founded by the Greeks in 600 BC and it became an important city-state. After several natural disasters, the population... abandoned this prosperous city. Today visitors can roam the Apollonia Archaeological Park consisting of the settlement ruins and a small theatre. A unique collection of different objects from the excavation of Apollonia is displayed in the Museum of Apollonia which includes 7 pavilions, a gallery and 2 porticos.

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Sveti Stefan
Montenegro

75 min

Sveti Stefan is an island resort, a symbol of the most luxurious holiday destination, quite popular among the wealthy tourists. All the stone buildings, including... a small church dedicated to St. Stefan and the fortress walls that surround the island, were built in the 15th century by the tribes of Pastrovici. Although the island today is a private resort with little over 50 rooms, one can explore it via the tours organized through local tourist agencies or admire it from the nice restaurants on the cost, like the Olive Restaurant, famous for its tomato-based fish chowder and a beautiful view of the cove and Sveti Stefan Island.

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Butrint
Albania

105 min

Archaeological site of Butrint is an authentic delight for those who wish to retrace ancient history. It was inhabited from 50,000 BC up to the... 19th century and in that long period it was a Greek colony, a Roman city, a bishopric and by the early 19th century it was a small fishing village. The Greeks left here a large theater that still stands today; the Romans built an aqueduct across the Vivari Channel; in the 5th century AD the Christians founded here fortifications and it became an Episcopal centre. In the beginning of the 19th century Butrint was again extended, this time by Ali Pasha, an Albanian Ottoman ruler who controlled Butrint until its final abandonment. All the ruins that Butrint comprises are proves of the different periods in the city’s development.

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Kruje Castle
Albania

75 min

Kruje castle is built 560 meters above sea level surrounded by scenic natural beauty. It is one of the Albanian pivotal historical sites as it... is linked to the victories against the Ottoman Empire led by the national hero, George Skanderberg. Guided tours are available in English through which visitors can learn about the rich Albanian history. Inside the Kruje castle is the Ethnographic museum considered one of the best organized museums in Albania.

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Gjirokaster
Albania

105 min

The little town of Gjirokaster began as a 4th century castle and then spread downhill and the first neighborhoods were those of Bazaar and Hazmurate.... The town was conquered by the Ottoman army which left their trace so today visitors can marvel the well-maintained stone Ottoman houses with attractive niches and balconies. The most notable of those houses is the magnificent 19th century home of the Zekati family. Above the town is the most important structure – the castle with the museum of weapons. This is the biggest castle in Albania and it can be reached from the Old Town. While in town, don’t miss the regional specialties like pasha qofte, shapkat, or oshaf with dried figs.

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Kotor
Montenegro

135 min

The ancient town of Kotor, built between the 12th and 14th century, has many charms. The cobblestone streets are surrounded by medieval buildings and dotted... with cafes, restaurants, Venetian palaces and museums. Many churches adorn the town but the most iconic one is the Cathedral of Saint Tryphon. Among the wonderful town’s treasures are also the Prince’s Palace from the 17th century and the Napoleon’s Theater from the 19th century. Kotor is definitely a town of captivating atmosphere and a worthy rival to the neighboring Budva and Dubrovnik.