Kotor, Montenegro: Short but Sweet

From Croatia we took a short-but-sweet 2 day trip to Kotor, Montenegro since it was only a $20 bus fare. 

Kotor is a small coastal town known mostly for it’s architecture and natural setting around the bay. We found the people to be laid back and friendly, and unexpectedly had some of the most delicious pizza and meat platters we had while in Europe.

While there, we climbed the fortifications. It is a daunting 4.5 km directly above the city on vertical cliffs, sketchy steps, and a shaky bridge. It was a bit challenging and took us longer than expected, but well worth it. The benefit of traveling in the off season is that we were the only tourists at the top.  We had a view of the entire city to ourselves!



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