The medieval fortress town of Kotor is a UNESCO world heritage site featuring 800-year old churches and lively, cobble-stoned streets lined with cafes and independent stores. Kotor Bay is the deepest fjord-like bay in the Mediterranean and is surrounded by breath-taking mountains descending straight down into the sea.
Kotor Bay was listed as the most visited place in Montenegro based from Lonely Planet listing.
Guided tour to the various churches and top of the hill, including round-trip transfer from Tivat and light lunch in Kotor.
Scenic helicopter flight above Boka Bay.[/info_list_item][info_list_item list_title=”Things To Do:” list_icon=”Defaults-camera-retro” animation=”slideInDown” title_font_style=”font-weight:bold;” title_font_size=”desktop:14px;” title_font_color=”#848484″ desc_font_size=”desktop:14px;” desc_font_color=”#848484″]Climb the upper town walls 1,350 steps for an incredible view over the bay
Visit some of the many historic religious landmarks including St. Tryphon’s Cathedral and St. Nicholas’ church
Visit the Maritime Museum, located in the baroque palace Grgurin.
Enjoy lunch or dinner in one of the many fantastic restaurants, including Galion, The Old Winery or Forza Mare.
Experience the nightlife at Maximus Discotheque.[/info_list_item][/info_list]
Date: 03 Jan 2017
Category : Destination