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All reviews old city narrow streets souvenir shops day trip cruise ship walled town within the walls bars and restaurants beautiful city every corner couple of hours few hours walk around walk up maritime museum main gate tourists
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Reviewed March 31, 2018

The town is very old and the arhitecture is beautiful, but when you see one town like this it is like you seen them all. The street signs are not well marked, so we had dificulties finding our way around the town.

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Reviewed March 30, 2018 via mobile

Awesome place to spend weekends. A lot of very beautiful sights and amazing atmosphere of an old city with narrow streets.

Thank AnastasiaM1945
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Reviewed March 28, 2018 via mobile

If you want to see another part of Europe with its Breath taking view then kotor montenegro is the place... just dont forget your jackets and bottled water plus a very nice camera to take pictures

Thank Ana Rebekah U
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Reviewed March 25, 2018

I love this city. Its very old, rustic, majestic & awesome. Just fall in love with its architecture. A must visit place! Especially the city walls up to the mountain. They call it the city of cats.
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Tips : need at least 1/2 day to visit this place..

Thank Timbermad
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Reviewed March 23, 2018

A very quaint old town with historic walls and fortifications. Nestled at the base of a picturesque mountain it has intriguing cobbled streets and many small bars and souvenir shops. Can be slippery when wet as the whole town beautifully paved with large multi coloured stones. Good views from on high from the Fortress. An easy walk for most but for anyone with walking difficulties could be awkward as many loose and slippery rocks.Some fine churches some going back almost 1500 years.
Prices in the town for souvenirs, snacks etc are very reasonable. A delightful find and worth another visit in summer

Thank TPM2018
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