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breathtaking wonders of Montenegro

When a town is two thousand years old like Kotor there are plenty of stories to tell, its ancient Roman beginnings; its Middle Ages struggle of ownership between Goths, Saracens and Serbians; its Venetian past.

With a history like this, it’s no surprise Kotor has got itself a place on the UNESCO World Heritage List. And what better way to explore it than with a guided walking tour? In every stone of its timeworn walls, on every fresco painting and every hidden alley, you’ll relive its glorious past. The old town center is still really well preserved and the crisscrossed narrow streets and squares have monuments at every corner.

From Prince’s Palace and Napoleon’s Theatre to the most recognizable symbol of the city – the Romanesque Cathedral of Saint Tryphon – you’ll be mesmerized from the word go. And how many towns in this part of the world have preserved theirfortifications from the middle Ages? Not many. But Kotor is one of the few.

The chunky walls surrounding the old town are impressive to say the least – at some places they reach 20 meters in height and 16 meters in thickness. If you don’t believe us, you’ll have plenty of time to measure them in the free time you’ll get here. Inside visits will be made to the Cathedral and the Maritime Museum in Kotor.