Located in one of the most beautiful bays of Montenegro, this small fortified town of Kotor is listed on the World Heritage List of UNESCO. It's a gem, it's wonderfully well preserved, and it is still a typically medieval
Spending an early morning or sunset on top of these walls is an experience you will always remember. Being on top of the walls, just contemplating centuries of history and nature around you is a unique experience. Around the fort and
The city walls date from the early Middle Ages. They built a fortress above Roman Kotor or Ascrivium in 535 under the rule of Justinian I after having expelled the Goths. These walls were declared a World Heritage Site in 1979 along
Full of the comments Hector Navarro made, we drove around the bay and the ride of 30 miles was worth it. The bay is huge, protected by high mountains and the curvature of the same allows you to see from any angle the two islands
The old town has three gates. There´s the northern door or the one by the river that dates back to 1555. The western gate or the one of the sea is from 1540 and is the main entrance. The last one is the southern gate or the Gurdic.
Bar is a city that has about 20,000 inhabitants. It is on the coast of Montenegro and is one of the most important ports in the new country (the youngest in the world, along with Kosovo). Not listed in the database of minube cities
Bar is in a very small village in southern Montenegro, near the border of Albania. The town's people are not all that interested in conversing with tourists. The prime reason to go to Bar is to enjoy nature and beaches in the region.
Ulcinj is a resort town in the south of Montenegro and is next to Kotor, the primary destination for tourists visiting the country. Ulcinj is on the coast, which has an extensive number of hotels and apartments aimed at tourists. The
One of the two islands off Perast, although unlike Gospa od Škrpjela, this is a natural island. On the island stands a twelfth century Benedictine monastery dedicated to St. George and the ancient cemetery of the old nobility from
This national park is in the region of the Dinaric Alps, but this time in Montenegro. It is a world heritage site, and was declared so by UNESCO in 1980, when it was still part of the republic of Yugoslavia. It was formed by ancient
The Old Town Hostel Kotor is a newly established hostel. It's in a historic building that has great decor and spacious rooms. To sleep just 100 meters away from the cathedral and the old city is wonderful. The staff is very friendly