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Sea Gate
Architectural Buildings, Historic Sites, Points of Interest & Landmarks
Historic Sites
Kotor Old City
Historic Sites, Points of Interest & Landmarks
City Walls
Historic Walking Areas, Points of Interest & Landmarks
Kotor Old City
Historic Sites, Points of Interest & Landmarks
Blue Grotto
Caverns & Caves, Points of Interest & Landmarks
Njegos Mausoleum
Points of Interest & Landmarks
City Walls
Historic Walking Areas, Points of Interest & Landmarks
Monastery Savina
Architectural Buildings, Historic Walking Areas
Trg Sv. Luke
Historic Sites, Historic Walking Areas, Points of Interest & Landmarks
Old Cotor Road
Historic Sites, Historic Walking Areas, Scenic Walking Areas
Ostrog Monastery
Sacred & Religious Sites, Churches & Cathedrals
Church Of Saint John
Architectural Buildings, Sacred & Religious Sites, Churches & Cathedrals
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The drive up the hairpin bends gave wonderful views of Kotor Bay but the view from the Mausoleum was amazing (only 460 steps up a shaded tunnel so fine to do even in the heat).
A stunning view of Kotor Bay, if clear weather it is beautifully visible to the sea, a part of Croatia and the mountain in Bosnia.
I have been lucky enough in my life to admire wonderful views, from san francisco and sydney bay to capetown from table mountain, norwegian fjords, and Rio... these views of the Kotor bay, are majestic, unique!
It's definitely worthwhile to do and the view is spectacular, strongly recommend wearing sturdy footwear too - the extra kilo of luggage to bring your runners will pale into insignificance when you're ascending th...
Spend a good part of a day investigating this rare jewel on the Bay of Kotor and you will be rewarded with history and amazing sites that are unique to Kotor and the country of Montenegro.
Very atmospheric, romantic, beautiful old town with the impressive city wall - definitely worth a climb up for the views of the Kotor Bay, sailing and cruise ships, view on the old town and sunset.
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City Walls Kotor
Beautiful old fort, and shopping, great restaurants and if you are fit enough climb the steps to the fort at the top of the mountain, visiting the small church's on the way, for a breathtaking view of the bay.
It's a bit of a hike and gets the ole heart pumping, but you're rewarded with amazing views of the old town, the bay and beyond.
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Porto Montenegro Tivat Municipality
Lovely modern but Quaint Boutique 9 room Hotel - scenic views - fashionable - extremely friendly and service oriented- restaurant has superb food and service - hotel and restaurant and rooms are comfortable and be...
must be nice to live in Porto Montenegro :) amazing medetirian arhitecture with all the yachts and the sea view... all tourists are welcomed and also the prices are very acceptable
... exept the statue and traditional clothes shop where you can wear them and take a picture ..! Amazing views from the top and cool breeze will make you so relaxed..! You will forget you climbed 400 plus steps at...
Amazing view of the bay of Kotor, great mausoleum, you can also visit the tomb of Njegos.
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Tara Bridge Zabljak
Amazing view from the tara bridge and great rafting for beginners
The canyon is of exceptional beauty and the views perfect.
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Good points: + Quite a lot of the structures remain, which makes the interpretation easy and offers plenty of photo opportunities + Great views over the modern town, coast and surrounding mountains + Parts of the...
View from fortress is excellent , wonderful vantage points, and there is a lot of things to see inside the fotress.
For me it was the most beautiful site in Podgorica and one of the loveliest churches I have ever seen.
We went to view this lovely building after seeing many churches in Serbia earlier in the year.
The monastery has become the largest religious pilgrimage site in the country, with many Orthodox Christians and Catholics and Muslims paying homage to St. Vasilije, the founder of the Monastery.
The entrance is free and you cab enjoy the views and the beautiful mosaics and wall paintings (and if you are a religious or christian it also a very holly and meaningfull place).
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Along the path you get the odd trader selling water, which is very welcome and when you reach the church ( Aka our lady of Remedy) its a small church beautifully preserved and has a fantastic view of Kotor old tow...
Worth making the trip, as you will get to see some amazing views of Kotor bay, even if you can't get to the very top.
The church is amazing and well worth a visit; beautifully decorated, rich in history and enjoys spectacular panoramic views of the surrounding landscape.
The church is really nice inside and outside with lovely details and terrace at the back side, from where you have a wonderful view to the island Sveti Djordje and Perast at the distance.
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Fantastic weather, amazing architecture, breathtaking panoramic views across the crystal clear sea and the gentle strumming of a local guitarist on the bay made all made for the most amazing trip.
Beautiful old town with narrow streets, charming shops, coffee bars and restaurants, museum and amazing view from the Citadel of the incredible blue sky, sea and beach.
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Midway between Old Town Budva and the famous Mogren Beach, the statue stands alone along the cliffside and offers a great view of Old Town Budva.
Very nice, easy walk along the water, with beautiful views toward Budva;s old town and its surrounds.
Herceg- Novi Old Town Herceg-Novi
Such a lovely ancient town with narrow streets, churches, fortresses & fabulous views.
Once down on the beachfront and walkway, start exploring the family friendly beaches, very nice pool where if you lucky they play a game of water polo and the many boats and sights.
Incredible views of the old town, as you meander along the small passageways to be greeted with a wide variety of shops, restaurants, bars and coffee shops.
Old town Budva, unlike many of the Balkan ancient tourist sights, is a charming and easy to walk old town.
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This lovely and wide open square translated as Town Square is the first site that greets you as you walk through the gate into the Old Town.
Had a Great day here walking the narrow streets taking in the local sites.
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Petrovac Quay Petrovac
just fabulous to be able to walk from one end to the other and have a sea view all the time, beach is stony but beautiful and everyone just casually walks up and done all day and night - plenty to see and do with...
Pleasant to walk along the well laid out front, with the views out to the two small islands and the little church, culminating in the little harbour and tower.
Citadel Budva
Amazing panoramic view of the old town and the sea from Citadel tour, a small museum and a library all for 2.5Euros per person.
We were lucky to come in a lovely sunny day , entrance fee is very small and worth it as the views over Adriatic sea and Budva is amazing.
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Excellent views from the tower across the bay
It costs 1 Euro but the view and the photos you take from the top will be among the best of your trip.
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Our tour guide pointed out that this is the only church in the world where visitors can view a bone chip that belongs to Santa Claus.
As one travels throughout Europe, there are many opportunities to pay to view masters.
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Monastery Savina Herceg-Novi
Savina Monastery is an Orthodox complex of three churches (and with more to do) in Herceg Novi in the Bay of Kotor, located in a thick vegetation where is possible to have a beautiful view of the impressive Monten...
There are fabulous views into the bay (even better ones from the short hike up to the upper chapel) and there's a store selling all types of souvenirs and religious artefacts.
Blue Grotto Herceg-Novi
Velmo camp site is used as the base for the kayak trip and is perfectly safe, uncrowded and simply perfect for us.
Beautiful rugged coast line and great view of the castle and town - good photo opps.
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This is an amazing Cathedral and well worth the small admission fee, as you get to go through a small museum and enjoy beautiful views of the town square below from it's towers.
It has a magnificent collection of robes and silver with exquisite paintings located on the upper floors with a balcony to view the square from above.
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the church is over 800 years old and surely the oldest in this Unesco World Heritage site of Kotor.
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This is up near the lberostar belle view top car park a great short cut very safe lit up at night and got cct tv
You can see the Gold Domes from quite a distance, as the buildings that surround it and all smaller, although there is some building work going on quite close by, so eventually the view will be obscured.