The bay of Kotor is a paradise in summer. This island has a small church on it and can be visited day time by boat. Don't forget to eat ice cream!
The ancient Mediterranean port "Kotor" is one of the most intact cities in the Medieval ancient city on the Adriatic coast and is listed on the UNESCO World Heritage List.
It is surrounded by the impressive walls built during the Venetian Republic, and the influence of Venetian culture on the city is evident from the style of the local buildings.
As the most interracial coast of the Adriatic Sea, the Bay of Kotor is sometimes referred to as the southernmost fjord in Europe (actually the Bay of Kotor is a hidden river valley), while the Bay of Kotor is high The hanging Olsen and Lovchenko limestone cliffs form the most magnificent Mediterranean landscape created by nature.
Of course, the sea view room, the beloved breakfast, and the companionship of a group of cats make up the best morning.
Montenegro ~ Kotor town Raiders
The ancient city of Kotor in Montenegro is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The ancient city is in the center of the city, and the moat water in front of the gate is green and crystal clear.
There are three doors in the ancient city. The door we entered is called the sea gate, which is the door facing the sea. There is a Chinese map at the door, indicating the name of each building.
The ancient city is very small, and you will not lose it if you walk around. In addition to the historic buildings, it is a small shop and a youth hostel with a strong commercial atmosphere. The iconic clock tower is the heart of the ancient city. If you want to find a clean, you need to go deep in the alley, avoid a large number of European old group guests, feel a trace of ancient atmosphere.