Secluded in the depths of Boka, as Bay of Kotor called by Montenegrins, Kotor looks like ruby stone with the tile red of the well-preserved old stone houses, all hidden between the jade green of the Adriatic and emerald green of the surrounding hills.


As was heavily guarded by Venetians for its beauty, Kotor is still is one of the hottest spots of Montenegro today. A UNESCO World Heritage Site and a location frequented by cruise ships; Kotor was chosen as the best city to visit by Lonely Planet in 2016.

With a Medieval Old Town, bastions, gates, and Venetian fortifications built against Ottoman raids, along with accompanying structures such as the Cathedral of St. Tryphon or St. John Church, Kotor is better preserved than most European Medieval cities and taking a stroll in the city would make all visitors feel like they are in time travel.


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