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- Delight in the architectural details of Kotor’s Old Town, then stop by the fresh market. When we were there, the stalls overflowed with plump strawberries, wild asparagus, and enticing artisanal cheese.
- Ready for a great workout and some extraordinary views of the Bay of Kotor? Hike stone switchbacks to the top of St. John Hill, and finish at Kotor’s Castle of St. John.
- Pick a café overlooking the Bay of Kotor, and savor the natural and manmade beauty surrounding you.
While I cannot recommend the lackluster property I stayed at in Budva, here is accomodation I would happily revisit. Some affiliate links follow.
- Kotor – We stayed at the Apartments Đukić, which are centrally located in Kotor’s Old Town (Stari Grad), not far from restaurants, shops, and a supermarket. We initially stayed in the Apartments Đukić’s smaller studio apartment, then moved to one of their larger properties a few days later. In total, we stayed about 10 days in their properties. Both apartments had all the basics that we needed, and featured characteristic grey-stone walls. The employee, Stefan, was friendly and eager to help us with any questions we had about Kotor. He even allowed us to do our laundry in the apartment’s central laundry area.
Additional Montenegro Resources
- Montenegro unofficially uses the Euro as its currency (EUR). Calculate the current exchange rate.
- National Tourism Organization of Montenegro (official website)