When to go
The best time to see most of the local sites is spring and summer, between February and June, when the stunning blue water of Kotor shines its brightest. Avoid July and August as these are the months when the weather is hot and the streets as well as the coast are the most crowded with tourists.
Kotor is really small, so everything is within walking distance. Enter the Old Town via any of the three gates, then explore the maze of narrow lanes between the stone houses. You can also take a fixed red bus tour of the city that costs around 20€ (₹1,500) per person, but be prepared to walk even when you take the bus tour as it will only take you to the entrance or to the nearest point of famous sights, and you will still have to walk inside them, or to get to them. You can also rent a bike and explore the city on two wheels. The average price for a bicycle rental for 12 hours is around 20€ (₹1,500).
3-star hotel stay: 40€ (₹3,014)
Taxi for a 8-km trip: 6€ (₹452)
Local transport: 1.35€ for a one-way ticket (₹102)
Decent meal with a drink: 30€ (₹2,262)
Meal at a fast-food chain: 4€ (₹300)
A pint of beer: 2€ (₹150)
Historic Boutique Hotel Cattaro is an excellent hotel with the best of amenities. The rooms start at ₹5,172 per night for double occupancy.