"Kotor Bay" Kotor by Ramonq

Kotor Travel Guide: 538 reviews and 1,255 photos

Imagine a fjord-like scenery that you expect to see in Sogneford, Norway or Milford Sound, New Zealand with tourquoise blue water like the one in the Dalmatian coast around Dubrovnik, Croatia. Then imagine a fortress wall clinging on the mountains like a miniature version of the Great Wall of China that protects an ancient European medieval town made of stone, then you have Kotor! This is a wonderful place, a photographer's dream where every angle reveals a well composed scenery. Kotor is the pride of Montenegro and the Montenegrins have steadfastly protected this area from getting into foreign hands. Witness the fine medieval fortifications that surround the old city which climb up the mountain side where an imposing citadel is located. Up there, you can see a beautiful view of this rocky land and the ancient Kotor town below. The steep climb up the citadel is a must for travellers to Kotor so one must be prepared for the gruelling task.

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  • Pros:Compact Walled Town
  • Cons:Small Town
  • In a nutshell:Dalmatian
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