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All reviews old city narrow streets souvenir shops day trip cruise ship walled town within the walls bars and restaurants beautiful city every corner couple of hours few hours walk around walk up maritime museum main gate tourists
We stopped in Kotor - founded by the ancient Romans as Acruvium - as part of our Queen Victoria cruise in September. I'd heard it was beautiful but nothing could have prepared me for the jaw dropping beauty of the sail in. A sight I'll...More
I arrived by cruise ship to the beautiful magical Kotor which is well-preserved Kotor is is often called Europe's most southernmost fjord, with towering peaks and a rocky coastline dotted with pretty villages, we were encouraged to get up early to see the ship arriving...More
Gorgeous small town ruined by monstrous cruise ships which wreck the skyline and marine ecosystem, and disgorge thousands of lemming-like passengers daily who overwhelm the city in their cookie-cutter groups and have prompted the transformation of the local shops into tacky souvenir sellers. They should...More
We had a very nice guided tour of the old city, which is charming and completely walled in. Behind it is a steep trail into the mountains and worth the 45 minute hike to the top. The views of the harbor are incredible, and there...More
I walked into the old town and it felt cozy, clean, friendly and welcoming. Kotor is such a nice city and the Old Town has great deals on shopping, food and anything else. You won’t regret visiting it.
As with many of these little fishing villages and towns Kotor old town is full of quaint churches with more than a spattering of coffee shops restaurants and bars. Round every corner is a new experience whether an old building with a thriving cafe or...More
I think you don’t need a local guide to enjoy the old city of Kotor at all. For a quieter place to swim, don’t go to the city beach, but visit the opposite side of the bay, called Muo. It’s walking distance if you din’t mind... More
I think you don’t need a local guide to enjoy the old city of Kotor at all. For a quieter place to swim, don’t go to the city beach, but visit the opposite side of the bay, called Muo. It’s walking distance if you din’t mind a 10 minute walk, otherwise you can take a ‘red taxi’ or a ‘djir taxi’ cap for a reasonable metered price.
As you get to the front gate of the old city there is a tourist information kiosk. Your ship will likely dock within sight of this kiosk. They will be able to provide times and locales as well as a free map of old Kotor