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Bay of Kotor
4.7/5
58 Reviews
Strait/Fjord
海外自驾攻略Kotor Bay is like emeralds surrounded by mountains. And on the coastline where the mountain and the sea meet, there are dotted with small fishing villages, small towns, or small cities, like pearls of different sizes strung by the coastline. As the most indented coast of the Adriatic Sea, the Bay of Kotor is sometimes referred to as the southernmost fjord in Europe (in fact, the Bay of Kotor is a hidden river valley). The bay is 32 kilometers inland and has high mountains on both sides. The strait is long and narrow, and the exit is 3 kilometers wide. The lakes and mountains are like Switzerland. There are two beautiful islands in Kotor Bay, Our Lady of Rocks island and Island of St. George.
Kotor
4.6/5
73 Reviews
UNESCO World Heritage-Cultural Site    
Ancient Settlement
海外自驾攻略The ancient city of Kotor is a small medieval city. In history, it has been ruled by Rome, Byzantium, Venice, Ottoman, Austro-Hungary, etc. In particular, Venice has ruled for nearly four centuries. No wonder the buildings here have a typical Venetian style. It is also described by Lonely Planet: The dreamy mountains surround the fjord scenery, as if returning to a well-preserved ancient town in the Middle Ages. Modern luxury cruise ships slowly sail into the harbour irradiated by the slanting sun in the melodious bells, giving people a feeling of time and space crisscrossing ancient and modern times. The beautiful view of Kotor Harbour is intoxicating! Kotor has two most attractive places, one is the well-preserved medieval city pattern; the other is the complete city walls and fortresses from the sea to the top of the mountain. Walking in the crooked streets and entangled alleys, you will feel that the area of the city seems larger than it actually is. After a 10-minute stroll, you may find yourself back to the original place. The best way to see Kotor is endless. Walk.
Dubrovnik City Walls
4.5/5
133 Reviews
Historical Site
BVBA must see to have an overview of the old town from the top; l will definitely recommend to go late afternoon to avoid the heat; the entrance tickets is 200 kuna you can get it at each gate! Enjoy this stunning city!
Kampana Tower
4.7/5
20 Reviews
Historical Site
Observation Deck
文文玫瑰The ancient city of Kotor is located in the Kotor Bay of the Adriatic Sea. It has the most complete ancient city wall in Europe. The ancient buildings are full of a strong sense of history! Climb the city wall and overlook the blue water, the view is superb, there are shuttle boats, and the scattered houses
Budva Old Town‎
4.3/5
30 Reviews
Ancient Settlement
劳群一The ancient city of Budva, 2500 years ago, is a tourist spot in Montenegro. Much smaller than the ancient city of Kotor, the style of the ancient city is similar to that of Kotor, and the distance between the two cities is not far away. There is a clear distinction between tradition and modernity here. The ancient city is a unique Mediterranean architecture, with churches, office spaces and city walls. It takes 6 ohms to climb to the highest point of the ancient city to see the ancient city and the Atria Sea. The beautiful beach is full of restaurants. The restaurant has its own characteristics. On the trestle bridge extending into the sea, set up a few tables, order a few bottles of local beer, taste the local delicacy, blow the sea breeze, and enjoy the sun. As soon as the sun went down and the temperature dropped sharply, the waiter immediately brought the blanket over and the service was in place! I live in a resort area. Boys and girls from all over the country gather at the beach holding a box of beer. The intense jazz music lasts until late at night.
Dubrovnik Old Town
4.3/5
114 Reviews
UNESCO World Heritage-Cultural Site    
sculptorStradun is the main street in Dubrovnik, Croatia. The limestone pedestrian street runs through the old town surrounded by the Dubrovnik walls. Most of the current facade was created after the devastating earthquake of 1667. Before the earthquake, houses were not designed as uniformly as they are today, many with arcades and elaborate decorations. Following the 1667 earthquake and the subsequent fire, the Republic of Lagusa adopted a law that provides for the layout of all future dwellings in the city. Many of Dubrovnik's historic buildings and monuments are located along Stradun Street, so it is a popular place for tourists.

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Herceg Novi to Budva one way transfer
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One day private tour to Budva from Herceg Novi
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Bay of Kotor, Kotor, Budva Sea pearls of the Montenegro coast
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Forte Mare
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Museum of Mirko Komnenovich
Museum of Mirko KomnenovichHerceg Novi,Montenegro

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Mar 7, 2021 Herceg Novi Weather:Mostly Clear, Northeasterly Wind:0-10 kph, Humidity:44%, Sunrise/Sunset:06:14/17:41
Herceg Novi Driving:Suitable, Running:Suitable, Cycling:Suitable

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