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Kotor is the beautiful city of Montenegro, one of the youngest countries in the world. It is built on the edge of one of the most beautiful bays in the world, at the foot of a steep mountain. Located on the cruise ships route, the city is one of the most important tourist attractions in Montenegro. It is a place frequently visited by Turks in Europe, as it is possible to travel without a visa.

Kotor is a classical Christian city on the coast of the bay that opens to the Adriatic Sea. Both the city and the Bay of Kotor (Boka Kotorska), where it is built next to it, are on the UNESCO World Heritage List. It is one of the rare cities in the Adriatic region that the Ottomans could not dominate.

Kotor, one of the most popular cities of Montenegro, is one of the most beautiful settlements of the Adriatic. This magnificent city, which leans its back on the mountains and turns its face to the Adriatic Sea, is a location that everyone should visit at least once!


Located in one of the most beautiful bays of the Adriatic Sea, Kotor is one of the most popular cities within the borders of Montenegro, a Balkan country. Located in a secluded part of the Bay of Kotor, this wonderful coastal city is ideal for those who want to have a peaceful and quiet holiday surrounded by nature.

After saying good morning to a magnificent view at the hotels on the beach, you can throw yourself to Stari Grad, which you can reach in a few minutes on foot. There are many hotels on the beach. In addition, the cafes and entertainment venues with sea views are quite lively.


Stari Grad, which is considered the city center in Kotor, is a historical district where Kotor's oldest buildings are located. It leaves a romantic and authentic effect on people with its narrow streets, historical buildings, cafes and beautiful little shops.

Kotor Clock Tower

This exquisite tower, which will welcome you in the square with all its splendor, is one of the most remarkable structures. The monument of shame under the Clock Tower, built in the 17th century, really draws attention.


Especially in the Old Town of Kotor, there are many important churches and cathedrals that you should see. st. Tryphon Cathedral, St. Luke's Church.

The Lady of the Rocks is the artificial of two islets in the Bay of Kotor. Legend has it that this artificial island was formed thanks to stones thrown by sailors. The stone-throwing ceremony here, which is held on July 22 every year, is held at the Fasinada Festival.


This wonderful palace, which fascinates everyone with its decorative design, is one of the buildings where you can see the traces of the ancient period most clearly.

Kotor Castle

San Giovanni aka Kotor Castle! It is impossible not to admire the walls stretching from the coast of the sea to the high slopes of the mountains. Number of digits over 1300! Yes, you heard it right, a long staircase with at least 1300 steps!


Kampana Tower, one end of the walls surrounding Kotor Old Town, is a wonderful structure built by the Byzantine emperor Justinian I. The purpose of the castle is to protect the city from possible invasions. This puts it in a strategically important position. Moreover, this is one of the most important symbols of Montenegro.

Located a 15-minute drive from Kotor city center, Perast is one of the most beautiful areas of Kotor with its historical and natural beauties. While enjoying the sea and summer on its fine sandy beach, you will go on a wonderful journey in time with its historical buildings where you can see the Baroque architect.


St. George Island (St. George Island), located next to the Lady of the Rocks, is a natural island. The island, which is closed to visitors, can be viewed from afar.

Blue Cave

Blue Cave, Blue Cave is one of the most frequently visited places in the bay of Kotor. It is on the Lustica peninsula. The cave takes its name from the teal color that the sun's rays reflect on the cave walls.

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