This town is a charming maze of historic buildings, museums, palaces and medieval square. Today, although many the old buildings of the Kotor have been restored to some extent, some have turned into a hub of cosmopolitan cafes, restaurants and bars. With a beautiful backdrop of mountains and lakes, exploring Kotor is an enjoyable thing to do in Montenegro, especially when the weather is warm. We would recommend a couple of days to explore Kotor as, although there are not many ‘things to tick off’, the enjoyment of Kotor comes from wandering aimlessly, taking in the peaceful old town, cobbled streets and independent restaurants and bars.
The Seaside Road is an iconic path to walk or, for those runners and active travelers, it makes for a great jogging route. As the name suggests, the sea hugs the path and you will come across beautiful bays and picture-perfect mountain views. Inland, you will see fjords, castles and old ruins that bring a medieval feel to the town.
Visit Kotor on our 14-night Wonders of Croatia, Slovenia & Mentenegro Cruise Tour.