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Kotor is a secret gem, under an hour or so north of Budva and Sveti Stephan (St Stephens Island monastery) beaches in Montenegro. Lovely town with virtually NO free parking, it is really ancient and a mini-Dubrovnik, though more aged looking. It's fun to stay...More
If you wish to venture further than the City Walls there is a 4.5 kilometer walk to the Fortress. For a small fee you can climb the 1350 stairs at an ascension of 1200 meters. if you don't think you can climb that far, even...More
Kotor is a charming little town. Well kept, well preserved with wonderful piazzas, streets and alleways.
The walls surrounding most of the town are in great shape as well. Walk around the town, walk on the walls, walk through the gates. Impressive architecture with lots...More
Very interesting and well preserved. While not very big in size Other than it goes all the way up the mountian), big in experience and history. While I did not go up on top, I wished I had. Amazing and impressive, in both terms of...More
Climbing the walls from the old town to the Castle Of San Giovanni is a fantastic way to spend half a day.
The entrance to the walk is inside the old town itself (for the exact location copy and paste these co-ordinates into Google Maps...More
This is a must if you feel to challenge yourself by going on the top of the walls at St. George castle that is the highest point. It takes about 1.30 h , around 14000 steps and 9.8 km but it’s totally worth it along...More
These are impressive walls around the Old City and they climb all the way up the mountain that lies behind the town to the castle. Frankly, we decided we would give the climb to the top a miss. we were told by friends that the...More
I didn't try walking the walls since I have knee issues, but something to do if you can, especially in November & through the winter when there is no fee to hike the walls. At night the walls are lit and so pretty to see...More
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