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All reviews old town flip flops worth the climb well worth the effort bring water selling water half way great walk wear good shoes take your time walking shoes views are amazing early in the morning visiting kotor entrance fee walk up small church
It’s a lot of steps but worth it as the views are amazing and the fort is so accessible . Not much health and safety at the top so children would need a close eye. The steps are gradual so it’s not too strenuous ....More
So.. reading TA, we went to find the free way if going to the fort. Normally you have to pay €8 each to go up. That's not worth it. The path is very uneven, really not maintained and for charging 8 euro you expect better....More
Fab walk. Definitely worth the views!
€8 charge but if you go outside the north gate and follow the river path (ladder) you will find two hidden gems.
One is a little cafe that sells fresh pomegranate juice from the local trees and goats cheese...More
Decent hike up the side of the mountain and wandering around the walls. It's tough but not too bad, there were older people, younger people, just take it at your pace. Really nice view at the top. Don't wear sandals/flipflops! We paid 8 euros but...More
It would be entirely irresponsible to point out you can get in for free by taking the back route out of the River Gate round to the right and climbing up a ladder through a window, and even worse if you realised that this was...More
Response from frankiepankie | Reviewed this property |
Just go on time (8:00). We walked through the old city the path up the hill. According to the tourist information the entrance fee is €8 but in the morning there was nobody yet, we saw the ticket selling at the entrance when... More
Just go on time (8:00). We walked through the old city the path up the hill. According to the tourist information the entrance fee is €8 but in the morning there was nobody yet, we saw the ticket selling at the entrance when we came back down.
Response from GeysirGal | Reviewed this property |
I think you may have asked this in the wrong place. If you want to ask a specific reviewer a question it's best to message them direct by clicking on their profile. Whoever Kev is he is unlikely to see it here.