Kotor Travel Guide

Montenegro, Kotor Guide (B): Kotor Travel Guide

Kotor is a town nestled in a bay of the same name, towards the north of the Montenegro coastline on the Adriatic Sea. Used as a strategic fort for centuries; Kotor eventually prospered under Venetian rule, a fact reflected in the now familiar architecture of the old town walls, buildings and squares of its beautifully preserved medieval old town.

The incredible beauty of the Bay of Kotor has become common knowledge and tourists flock there by the thousands each year, with giant cruise ships now docking directly opposite the old town itself. We were there for three nights to climb the ancient fortifications, take a boat ride to a shipwreck island and check out a museum dedicated to cats.

We arrived to Tivat airport indirectly from Athens. In fact, trying to get from Greece to Montenegro in any reasonable amount of time proved to be impossible, with either limited or no train services through Albania, Macedonia and Kosovo; our options were extreme bus travel (18 hours & multiple changes), or expensive flights. To save time and energy, we reluctantly chose the flights. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: Kotor Travel Guide
Guide Location: Montenegro » Kotor
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Sight(s) featured in this guide: Montenegro Hostel 4U   Old Town Hostel   Our Lady Of The Rocks church   Tanjga  
Author: Kane Power
Read it on author's website: http://www.roamandrecon.com/kotor/