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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Wow what a beautiful stay and we got to stay here for the night. A little busy in the day when a cruise ship landed however didnt affect our time. Lots of cats and some beautiful cobbled streets to get lost in. We got a map from the tourist information. Dont miss the big bench before you enter. Beautiful place and highly recommend a visit.

Date of experience: September 2019
Thank LynseyUK55
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This World Heritage city would have merited 5 stars had it not been SOOO overcrowded. We were staying at Prcanj, about 6km away, but it took nearly an hour to get there and park owing to heavy traffic on the single-track connecting road. Venice's problems with cruise ships are well publicised - but poor little Kotor is much smaller, with a resident population of just 6000. It is completely swamped when just one of these floating cities disgorges its entire population, added to the many land-based visitors. The only part that was less crowded was the walls: quite apart from costing 8 Euros to get onto them, you need to be fairly fit to climb the steps (mostly shiny and potentially slippery). Walking boots and poles recommended! Owing to the heat, we only got half way up - to the Church of Our Lady of Health (or Remedy) - from where you get fantastic views over Kotor Bay. We reckoned that going to the top fortress wouldn't give much better views, though it is quite something in itself I am told. Our big regret: we should have come here 5 years ago...

Date of experience: September 2019
Thank A_Cyclist2
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This is a stunning old town to just wander around and people watch. Some buildings are from the 12th century
It can be crowded when the cruise ships are in town
There are plenty of cafes to sit and watch the world go by

Date of experience: September 2019
1  Thank SueK739
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We stayed within the city walls so were able to get an early start with our guide to view this beautiful, historic city. By 10.00am, the cruise ship customers started to arrive so we escaped and visited the lovely food market by the marina and then left the city.

Date of experience: September 2019
Thank Christine M
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

There is certainly something charming about the old town, narrow and cobbled lanes, maze like streets. It is the best place to drop the map and be wonderfully lost. Kotor old town is no different to that. Beautiful churches and buildings adoring old charm, people around, many restaurants, this is a must visit place.

Date of experience: September 2019
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