Kotor travel guide

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You're Going to Love Kotor

Kotor is a coastal city within Montenegro, a small Balkan country famed for its medieval structures, lush scenery, and rich nautical history.

Top 5 Reasons to Visit Kotor

What to do in Kotor

When to Visit Kotor

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Visit Kotor during the summer months between May and September when temperatures allow for more outdoor sports like hiking, sailing, fishing, and swimming.

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How to Get to Kotor

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Where to Stay in Kotor

Hotel Amfora Kotor is a 4-star hotel overlooking the Bay of Kotor, with good amenities. Hotel Marija is a boutique hotel with comfortable rooms located in Old Town.

Popular Neighborhoods in Kotor

Where to stay in popular areas of Kotor

Most booked hotels in Kotor

How to Get Around Kotor

The Cost of Living in Kotor

Shopping Streets

Shopping Centar Kamelija is the most traditional shopping mall. Cats of Kotor Art and Handicraft Gallery on Stari Grad Kotor is a cat-lovers utopia with many souvenirs and local art pieces available.

Groceries and Other

Euro Casa and IDEA Market are the two main food shopping stores. A dozen eggs costs EUR1.50.

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Where to Eat in Kotor

Cesarica in Old Town serves traditional Dalmatian coast cuisine, such as fresh sea food and risotto. A meal for two including drinks costs EUR40.