About Kotor, Montenegro
This natural harbor on the Adriatic coast of Montenegro was an important artistic and commercial center with famous masonry and iconography schools in the Middle Ages. A large number of its monuments, among which four Romanesque churches and the town walls, were heavily damaged by an earthquake in 1979 but the town is now completely restored.
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As in other stops we did the Hop-On, Hop-Off bus tours, and as in other cases you have to keep in mind that each Hop-Off eats into the time before you have to return to the ship, particularly in cases like this where you are tendered in. Kotor is worth the visit. Multiple towns along a long coast and backed up against spectacular mountains.
Visited: May 25, 2017
The cruise into Kotor is so beautiful and the scenery is fabulous. We just went into the old town and wandered around. It was very cool that there were no cars and everyone just walks around. You can do a trek up to the top of the hill behind the town ( you do need to be reasonably fit as it’s a long steep walk) which gives you a magnificent view. There are Dancers in the town square doing the traditional dances.
OMG would be where I would start. Get yourself up by 6am and join about 75 other souls for the sailing into the Kotor "fjord." You may think you won't need to go to Norway after that experience. (Check in out on Google to see the ship's route. It is over an hour from the sea to the port and worth 75 pictures if not 100
Visited: Jul 09, 2017
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