Kotor, Montenegro

Arriving in Kotor was wonderful. We were treated to a slow, foggy progression for around 28 miles to the harbour and saw some lovely buildings, great scenery and also reminders of the conflicts this area has seen. Kotor itself is a UNESCO site and beautifully preserved. We didn’t have the energy to walk up to the very top of the walls but nevertheless, we walked our little legs off. In contrast to the well preserved heritage site, the new part of Kotor seemed quite run down in places. We had a lovely knowledgeable lady guide and all in all it was a place I’d happily return to.

Church on the way to Kotor in the fog
Just after sunrise KotorKotor street scene

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