The Old Town
The Old Town of Kotor is a stunning monument constructed between the 12th and 14th centuries. Wander around the romantic passages of this ancient town covered with a story on each corner and soak up the ornate balconies’ magical scene.
San Giovanni Fortress
Climb up the San Giovanni Fortress to witness this magical city’s fantastic streets from a different perspective. The impressive view of Boka Bay and the Old Town from the castle will indeed take your breath away. Climb up 1355 steps to the top to travel back in time to the ruins of a 15th-century church and a military building. Don’t miss out on the spectacular views overlooking Kotor Bay from the top.
Cat Museum of Kotor
Make sure to visit the town’s cat while visiting Kotor. The Cats Museum of Kotor was constructed as a tribute to peoples’ love of their felines. The Italian Countess Francesca di Montereale Mantica donated a massive collection to the museum.
Saint Tryphon’s Cathedral
Saint Tryphon’s Cathedral is a Roman Catholic Cathedrals, where you can see Saint Tryphon’s relics in the cathedral. Saint Tryphon is known as the Kotor’s guard. Make sure to visit the cathedral’s upper floor, housing an incredible collection of artifacts, weapons, and local dress. Head upstairs to snap some Instagramable photos from the balcony.
Saint Nicholas’ Church
A magnificent pseudo-Byzantine structure towering over the town, Saint Nicholas’ Church is a Serbian Orthodox church featured with the Serbian flag draping down and its twin domes. You can buy some candles at the entrance, light them, and put them in the candle stands.
Saint Luke’s Church
Saint Luke’s Church, also named Sveti Luka among locals, is a much smaller church constructed in 1195 and symbolizes unity among Kotor locals. It’s a Catholic church enjoying a Southern-Italian style. In 1657, it changed into an Orthodox church but still hold a Catholic altar delivering services for both faiths.
The Maritime Museum displays a great collection of exhibits from Kotor Bay, where you’ll find the traditional dress, weapons, coins, and furniture in addition to maritime pieces. The museum shows the sea life of the people of Kotor Bay on three floors.
Ladder of Kotor
Montenegro is the ideal destination for adventure and outdoor enthusiasts. The Ladder of Kotor is a historical caravan path linking Kotor with Cetinje and the rest of the Northern areas in Montenegro. Don’t miss out on biking or hiking along this scenic and thrilling mountain trek.
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