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doctorbobster wrote a review Oct 2020
Gainesville, Florida788 contributions370 helpful votes
If you are physically capable of handling the 1000+ steps, The ancient city walls of Kotor offer an incredibly well-preserved series of structures including the cobblestone ramp to the top, buildings in various states of preservation and decay, the wall itself and, as you get progressively higher some spectacular views of the bay and surrounding mountains. Best to avoid the heat of the midday but if you do go late and are going to run into sunset, a headlamp is a smart idea. The footing on the steps is pretty reliable, but you will want footwear that you can trust. Fluids and a snack or also a smart idea.…
Date of experience: October 2020
2 Helpful votes
David B wrote a review Sep 2020
Belfast, United Kingdom73 contributions42 helpful votes
I came to Kotor as part of a tour group from Dubrovnik, Croatia. The tour guide had plenty of knowledge about the city and the walls. His detailed description made it worth the trip.
Date of experience: August 2020
The World is My Oyster wrote a review Sep 2020
Orlando, Florida19034 contributions5917 helpful votes
We loved the views from the church perched high up on the walls. The famous picture of the church looking over the bay of Kotor and the old town is approximately a 25-30 minute hike, medium level. Better bring some good shoes as it is mostly on uneven steps, and kinda steep in some areas. But once you get up there, just WOW!!!! …
Date of experience: September 2020
Irena wrote a review Jul 2020
6 contributions3 helpful votes
Be carfule when you climb up. We didnt have any problem but you may find two many rocks on the road.
Date of experience: December 2019
Need To See It All wrote a review Apr 2020
Perth, Australia957 contributions308 helpful votes
Cool construction, excellent city. The walls are great to see both from the ground, driving in, and from the climb up the ladder.
Date of experience: August 2019