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This was our first time in Montenegro and we’re so lucky we chose the bay of Kotor as our Place of stay. We stayed in Moo which is across from the old city with an Amazing view of the bay. It’s safe to walk, there...More
Kotor visit the 1166 cathedral St Tryphon amazing.
Kotor a wonderful place to stroll and take in the atmosphere and have lovely refreshments and find treasures to buy. Truely love this place and the veiws from up the mountain 1000mts up are a must.
Think of it as a mix of Italian lakes with mountains of New Zealand. Just stunning scenery. Take a bus or your car up as high as you can (I think you can get to about 5000ft) and look back. Tivat airport is across the...More
We spent the day in Kotor. It wasn’t a long drive from Dubrovnik. The Bay offers some very beautiful views. Their are a few vantage points that you can hike up to that offer some picturesque views. While looking down at the bay, you can...More
Our small river-style cruise boat slowly sailed up the fjord-like bay from the Adriatic all the way to Kotor. The vistas were stunning and the mountains on either side spectacular: Norway without the cold!
Rain or shine, the Bay of Kotor offers a range of spots to either sit and have coffee while you relax with the view or a catch a ferry ride to the islands and history of the area. We went with a private guide whose...More
We drove down from Croatia. The scenery is stunning. The dark majestic hills shadow the beautiful bays. It’s like the whole pace of life slows down-the cafes along the way look over the water and it’s worth stopping at one as you get to just...More
If you are fortunate enough to visit Kotor via a cruise, hope that you enter Kotor Bay during daylight hours. Even though it is not called a fjord, it is like sailing into a Norwegian fjord. This is one of the prettiest sails into a...More