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All reviews old city narrow streets souvenir shops cruise ship beautiful walled city day trip every corner walk around bars and restaurants within the walls few hours couple of hours walk up small town maritime museum main gate ships
We had one week holiday in Dubrovnik, Croatia, and from there we took one day trip to Montenegro and Kotor.
Kotor is pretty old town, established at 1100 century, and it is one of Unesco World Heritage Site, very well worth to see.
We stayed just outside the walls but walked through daily. The market outside the walls was as authentic as a farmers market can get. Shops inside all sold typical tourist stuff with the exception of one or two that sold local art. Cats were entertaining...More
After berthing offshore as part of our cruise, we used Tenders (shuttle boats), to reach the port. From the water this fjord-like port looked rather quaint and picturesque, and the transfer was relatively quick and smooth. We opted to tour the old town, which was...More
Last visit was 2006, disappointed that a lot of the little local shops have closed, and now 'posy' tourist trap outlets. Unfortunately visited when a cruise ship was in harbour, city was crowded, but weather lovely.
Most visitors consider Kotor to be a day trip from Dubrovnik, but having spent 2 nights there I think staying overnight is a very different experience. We arrived around mid-day by car and it was thronged with tourists but by afternoon, the day-trippers and cruise/bus...More
Wondering around the small streets and alleyways of this medieval city is a delight- especially at night when the cruise ships have left and the city is largely busy with local people.
And you must do the walk to the ruined fortress at the top...More
Response from Wardfamily45 | Reviewed this property |
I was in Kotor couple of years ago in October and everything was open. Loved exploring the walled city and we had a boat trip to the little island with lady on the lake,which was very interesting. Enjoy
Response from lushchica | Reviewed this property |
don't spend anything unless you want to go somewhere else.....the gate into the town is only a short distance from the quay. easy walking distance, as is everything inside the town....lovely restaurants, bars and shops, cute... More
don't spend anything unless you want to go somewhere else.....the gate into the town is only a short distance from the quay. easy walking distance, as is everything inside the town....lovely restaurants, bars and shops, cute cobbled streets, churches and squares. there are no cars inside, just lots of people.