Cruise Ship Docked at Bay of Kotor in Kotor, Montenegro

Kotor is a small, fortified city tucked into the base of Mount Lovćen along a submerged river valley called Boka Kotorska. Its origin dates back to antiquity. Old Town’s charm reflects when it was a Venetian Republic province from 1420 until 1797. Kotor has become a popular port for cruise ships sailing through the Mediterranean and the Adriatic Sea.


23 Jadranska magistrala Kotor, Montenegro


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