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How Different Is Kotor than Dubrovnik?

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My spouse and I are planning to visit Dubrovnik in mid-September 2015. Although a day trip to Kotor and Perast, Montenegro sounds intriguing, we wonder what we’ll see in Kotor that is different than what we’ll see in Dubrovnik. We have heard that Kotor is like a “mini” Dubrovnik, and we know that both cities are walled, both are deemed UNESCO world heritage sites, both are Dalmatian coastal towns with a Roman background. In your opinion, is it worth the day trip to Kotor from Dubrovnik? Are we going to see noticeably different things in each place? Perhaps it is the drive itself from Dubrovnik to Kotor that is worth seeing, as well as the city. FYI - We are in our late 40s, active, enjoy history, culture, food, photography. We plan to hire a private guide/driver to take us on this day trip rather than renting a car and driving ourselves or taking an organized group trip or public bus.

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