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The Stari Grad (or Old Town) of Kotor is steeped in history, from the Venetian lions standing guard at the entrance to its piazzas with names like Square of Flour and Square of Weapons after the items that were once traded there. The labyrinth of...
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Kotor's Old Town is surrounded by extensive fortifications built into the steep, rocky mountainside, with the city walls forming an impressive 4-kilometer continuous loop. Perched at the very top, the 1,200-meter-high fortress of Saint Giovanni...
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The small museum’s collection of international cat-related memorabilia includes cat-themed postcards, comic and coins as well as photos of famous people with cats. It is guaranteed to amuse with its ‘good vibe, no politics’ philosophy. At the Cats...
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Kotor’s proud naval history is celebrated in this monumental Baroque palace in the center of the Old Town. Explore the region’s history—from its earliest days to the Venetian, Austro-Hungarian and recent Yugoslav periods—through an extensive...
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Located to the right of the Sea Gate, Kotor’s open-air market is packed with local homemade and homegrown delicacies, such as fresh fruit, goat cheese and porcini mushrooms, as well as fish straight from the sea and Montenegrin wines and...
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Built in 1166, the Catholic cathedral dedicated to Kotor’s patron saint Tryphon is sure to impress with its two towers, massive columns and vaulted roofs, as well as its many fine examples of local gold and silversmithing. The saint’s relics are...
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Built on a peninsula on the Dalmatian coast, the former Greek and Roman colony of Budva lies just 23 kilometer south of Kotor. Fortified in medieval times, today its lively maze of stone streets brims with shops, cafés and restaurants. Scenic boat...
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The scenic 20-minute drive from Kotor to the seaside town of Perast culminates with a lovely boat ride to the manmade island of Gospa od Skrpjela (Our Lady of the Rocks). Legend has it that for more than 250 years sailors threw rocks at this site...
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Perched on a mountaintop in nearby Lovćen National Park is one of Montenegro’s most sacred places: the mausoleum of Petar II Petrović Njegoš. Climb the 461 steps up to the entrance of the tomb of the country’s greatest poet, thinker and leader....
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E65, Risan, Montenegro
Some 25 minutes from Kotor, this sleepy town is known for its Roman heritage (think mosaics and ancient villas) and as the home of the best gelato in Montenegro. Located on the seafront next to the Hotel Teuta, the Italian owners, Antonio and...