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A woman enjoying a trip to Montenegro

Kotor, Montenegro is a beautiful bayside city located by the Adriatic Coast of the Balkans. Overall, Kotor is a fortified city situated two hours south of Dubrovnik and it makes for the perfect day trip from Croatia’s popular Dalmatian city. It boasts a stunning old town, medieval castle that you can hike up to, wonderful restaurants, great shops and a fascinating culture.

Just like Croatia, Montenegro is another beautiful country located in the Balkan Peninsula and at the southern end of the Dinaric Alps. It is bordered by Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, the small country of Kosovo and Albania. Montenegro was once part of the former Yugoslavia and the main religion is Orthodox Christianity followed by Roman Catholicism and Islam.

Montenegro during the summer

In August 2021, I did a memorable Balkans trip with Ashley of World to Wander. We started our journey in Venice, Italy before spending a weekend in Slovenia. From there, we made our way back to Trieste, Italy before heading into Croatia where we spent two nights in Istria, two nights in Split, one night in Hvar and four nights in Dubrovnik.

Ashley and I also did a day trip to Plitvice Lakes National Park from Pula to Split (it was out of the way) as well as day trips to Mostar in Bosnia and Herzegovina from Split and Kotor, Montenegro from Dubrovnik. No matter how you plan your trip and what your itinerary entails, all of these spots in the Balkans and the surrounding countries are incredible to adventure around and explore!

A woman sitting along the Bay of Kotor

Kotor’s history dates back to BC times, but started to thrive in the 16th Century. In this article, discover the best things to do in Kotor, Montenegro during a day trip from Dubrovnik, Croatia.

**Please note that this blog post uses affiliate links meaning that if you make a purchase via my affiliate link, I receive a small commission at no additional cost to you. I only promote and talk about products and services that I have used and like.


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Day trip to Kotor, Montenegro from Dubrovnik, Croatia

Kotor Day Trip from Dubrovnik – How to Get There

A day trip to Kotor, Montenegro

The easiest and most convenient ways to get from Dubrovnik, Croatia to Kotor, Montenegro is by renting a car or taking the bus. If you’re looking to explore more of the country and stay longer, you can take a flight into Tivat International Airport, which is only 10 minutes from the heart of the fortified Old Town or Podgorica Airport, which is in the capital city that is 1.5-hours from Kotor. You can find affordable flights through Skyscanner.

During our Balkans trip, Ashley and I rented a car a few times to get around and enjoy fun day trips. Even though you don’t need a car in Dubrovnik, we ended up renting one for the day to do our Kotor trip. (We rented our car at Hotel Rixos, outside of Old Town.)

One thing to note about renting a car in Croatia (or anywhere in the European Union) is that you will need to have an international diver’s permit in addition to your regular license. I don’t know how the process works for every single country out there, but for U.S. residents, you could easily obtain one by going to your local AAA office.  

Beautiful churches in the Balkans

The drive from Dubrovnik to Kotor for our day trip was just about two hours long.(Please know that you will need to go through border patrol to get from Croatia to Montenegro and back. The customs line can take anywhere from a few minutes to a few hours. Thankfully, the line was short for us.)

When we first arrived in Kotor, we easily found street parking along Njegoševa, the main road across from the Bay of Kotor. Since we visited Kotor on a Sunday, street parking was free, but I recommend doing your research beforehand to see if you need to pay during any other day. There are also parking garages you can pay to park at.

A beautiful square in Old Town Kotor

Kotor is the perfect city to walk around in. The Old Town is small, but if you’re looking to explore outside of it and check out other great villages along the Bay of Kotor, I recommend either taking a taxi or doing a boat tour. Uber does not exist in Montenegro.

You can also do a private tour from Dubrovnik to Kotor!

Where to Stay in Kotor:

Beautiful streets of the Balkans

Since we did a day trip from Dubrovnik to Kotor, we didn’t need to get accommodations in Montenegro, but there are plenty of great hotel options for you to choose from if you plan to stay overnight or longer.

Here are the best places to stay in Kotor, Montenegro:

Luxury Accommodation: Blue Kotor Bay Premium Spa Resort

Boutique Accommodation: Hotel Forza Terra

Mid-Budget Accommodation: Hotel Libertas

Budget Accommodation: Montenegro Hostel B&B Kotor

Montenegro also offers a plethora of Airbnb and Vrbo options.

Kotor, Montenegro Day Trip – Things to Do in One Day

Walk through Kotor’s Old Town:

A woman exploring Old Town Kotor during a day trip

During a day trip to Kotor from Dubrovnik, one of the top things to do is wander around the Old Town, also known as Stari Grad. It is surrounded by limestone cliffs of Mt. Lovćen and the city includes fairytale winding streets and village squares. The architecture of most of the buildings in Kotor is medieval and it will bring you back in time! The gates where you enter the Old Town are Renaissance style.

Kotor’s Old Town is a Venetian fortification system (also called Cattaro), which protected the city from the bay. Old Town Kotor is special and it’s preserved as one of the world’s top historic spots by UNESCO.

The Stari Grad in Kotor

I also recommend that you visit Kotor’s tourism office in the Stari Grad. They have the best resources for you to participate and enjoy your own Kotor self-guided walking tour. In addition to free walking tours, you can also schedule your own private or organized tours and excursions in and around Kotor.

Below are the top things to see in Old Town Kotor:

Kotor’s Churches:
St. Tryphon's Cathedral in Kotor, Montenegro

Kotor, Montenegro boasts breathtaking Roman Catholic and Orthodox churches and I recommend checking them out during your day trip from Dubrovnik.

Known as Kotor’s most impressive building, St. Tryphon’s Cathedral is a Roman Catholic church that was established in 1166. The city of Kotor had been through several earthquakes and the church has been destroyed and rebuilt numerous times.

Regarding the church’s architecture, St. Tryphon’s Cathedral features Baroque bell towers, a Romanesque interior, Corinthian columns and Byzantine-styled frescoes in the arches. I am someone who enjoys visiting places of worship during my travels and St. Tryphon’s Cathedral will leave you in awe.

A woman enjoying the beauty of Kotor during a day trip from Dubrovnik

Another beautiful church to see during your Kotor day trip is St. Nicholas Church. It is known as the most important Orthodox Church in the city and it is also considered one of the Kotor’s newest churches because it was built in 1909.

Other beautiful churches to see as you make your way around Kotor’s Stari Grad are the Church of St. Michael, Church of St. Clara, Church of St. Luke and Church of St. Ozana.

The Cats of Kotor:
The a cat of Kotor

If you are a cat lover, then you will have a field day during your time in Kotor’s Old Town. As you make your way through the alleyways and around the city squares, you will come across a lot of cats!

Even though the cats of Kotor are strays, they are looked at and fed by locals. Outside of most restaurants and shops, you will see bowls full of water or cat food to feed these adorable felines. Most of the cats in Kotor are friendly and will even sit on your lap if you allow them to.

According to Montenegrin folklore, locals believe that cats saved Kotor. During the revolt from the Austro-Hungarian navy in 1918, Slavic sailors would bring their boats and ships into the bay. The sailors would have cats as pets and during the time they were in Kotor, the population of kittens expanded.

A great way to learn about the history of the cats in Kotor is by visiting the Cats Museum in the Stari Grad.

River Gate of Kotor:
A woman enjoying a Kotor day trip

Also known as the North Gate of Kotor’s Old Town, River Gate is a beautiful renaissance-style town gate that is surrounded by a moat.

A day trip to Kotor is not complete without walking to the River Gate and it is a spot where you can see a lot of fish and enjoy gorgeous views. It is also said that the River Gate is where you can spot some of Kotor’s more famous residents.

Click here to book a walking tour around Old Town Kotor.

Eat at a Local Kotor Restaurant:

Pizza from Kotor

Just like Croatian cuisine, the food in Montenegro is also similar to Italian. As you make your way around Kotor during your day trip, you will find restaurants that offer pizza and pasta dishes along with seafood and meat plates.

During our time in Kotor, we were craving pizza and ate at Cesare Old Town Restaurant. They had a great wine list too, which was nice since Montenegro is renowned for its local vineyards.

If I had more time, I would’ve liked to have tried the below restaurants. Discover the top restaurants in Old Town Kotor, Montenegro:

A day trip to Kotor, Montenegro from Dubrovnik, Croatia during summertime is not complete without enjoying some gelato. The best spot to enjoy gelato in Old Town is Marshall’s. They offer artisan gelato with a plethora of different flavors. Not only is the gelato at Marshall’s delicious, it is also an “Instagrammable” location.

Hike to the Castle of San Giovanni:

The views of Kotor from the Castle of San Giovanni

A visit to Kotor is also not complete without hiking to the Castle of San Giovanni, which offers the most breathtaking views of both the city and bay.

If you plan to do this hike, I recommend starting earlier in the morning, wearing comfortable clothing and shoes and also ensuring that the weather is going to be okay. The hike includes 1,350+ stairs to the Castle of San Giovanni. It is strenuous, but totally worth it for the views.

Now, you don’t have to hike all the way to the castle, if you aren’t up for it. You can also hike up to the Church of Our Lady of Remedy where you can also see beautiful views of Kotor.

The River Gate in Old Town Kotor, Montenegro

As you hike up, you will walk along the city walls. These incredible fortified walls date back to the medieval times and it was built on and off by both the Byzantines and the Venetians for many centuries.

Overall, the hike is incredible and you will be amazed once you reach the top! The reason why I recommend climbing up to the castle on a nice day is because you obviously want to catch amazing views, but also because if it rains, then the stone steps are extremely slippery and can become dangerous.

Enjoy a Boat Tour Around Bay of Kotor:

Boat tours from the Bay of Kotor

If you have the time and want to enjoy the Bay of Kotor, I recommend doing a boat tour. There are numerous boat tours that you can take during your Kotor trip.

Even though Ashley and I didn’t have the time to do anything on the Bay of Kotor during our day trip from Dubrovnik, we did drive around the bay and admired the breathtaking mountain views from all around. In fact, the views along the Bay of Kotor are some of the most beautiful I’ve seen in Europe!

The beautiful Bay of Kotor

Every boat tour is different, but if you decide to rent a boat or choose a specific itinerary for your time on the bay, I recommend that you see the Old Town of Perast, which also makes for a great day trip from Kotor if you have the time.

Another great spot to see on a boat tour around the Bay of Kotor the island of Mamula, which is a beautiful and uninhabited islet in the Adriatic Sea.

The Lustica Blue Grotto, otherwise known as the Kotor Blue Cave, should also not be overlooked on a boating adventure on the bay. It is where you can see light hit the bottom of the sea’s floor and reflect through the water.

Lastly, you should also check out Kotor’s best beaches, which are situated near the city.

Shop through the Kotor Bazaar:

During your day trip to Kotor from Dubrovnik, you must do some shopping! Not only are there great boutiques and souvenir shops, Kotor also boasts a bazaar, which is an awesome market to purchase trinkets that are specially made in Montenegro. You can find the Kotor Bazaar along an abandoned cloister of a Dominican monastery.


A woman enjoying the architecture of the Balkans

I hope you all enjoyed discovering the best things to do in Kotor, Montenegro during a day trip from Dubrovnik. If you have any questions, please email me at [email protected]

Basic Facts of Montenegro:

Currency: Euro, Capital: Podgorica, Time Zone: Central European Standard Time

Click here to join my private blog sharing Facebook group.

*Anything could happen during your travels. Always make sure you are insured in case there are unforeseen circumstances such as lost luggage/theft, natural disasters, personal liabilities and more. Click here to get insured for your next trip.

Shop my Kotor Look:

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4 Comments

  1. Kim Deer on November 1, 2021 at 11:53 pm

    Another great read on Kotor ~ what a beautiful country ~ the mountains, beaches and churches are so beautiful. Glad you got to see and learn about the history behind this lovely country! Thank you for sharing all the details of your daytrip to Kotor Montenegro. Such lovely photos of you ~ love you. Mom xoxo 👩❣

    • Taylor Deer on November 2, 2021 at 1:07 pm

      Thank you mom! Montenegro truly is an amazing country with so much to offer. I loved it. 🙂

  2. Lacey on November 8, 2021 at 3:14 pm

    Montenegro is such a dream! Everything about it looks amazing. I can’t wait to go someday and try out your recommendations!

    • Taylor Deer on November 8, 2021 at 3:19 pm

      I loved it there so much! It’s such a beautiful country. Kotor has a lot to offer. 🙂

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Taylor-Kotor1

A woman enjoying a trip to Montenegro

Kotor, Montenegro is a beautiful bayside city located by the Adriatic Coast of the Balkans. Overall, Kotor is a fortified city situated two hours south of Dubrovnik and it makes for the perfect day trip from Croatia’s popular Dalmatian city. It boasts a stunning old town, medieval castle that you can hike up to, wonderful restaurants, great shops and a fascinating culture.

Just like Croatia, Montenegro is another beautiful country located in the Balkan Peninsula and at the southern end of the Dinaric Alps. It is bordered by Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, the small country of Kosovo and Albania. Montenegro was once part of the former Yugoslavia and the main religion is Orthodox Christianity followed by Roman Catholicism and Islam.

Montenegro during the summer

In August 2021, I did a memorable Balkans trip with Ashley of World to Wander. We started our journey in Venice, Italy before spending a weekend in Slovenia. From there, we made our way back to Trieste, Italy before heading into Croatia where we spent two nights in Istria, two nights in Split, one night in Hvar and four nights in Dubrovnik.

Ashley and I also did a day trip to Plitvice Lakes National Park from Pula to Split (it was out of the way) as well as day trips to Mostar in Bosnia and Herzegovina from Split and Kotor, Montenegro from Dubrovnik. No matter how you plan your trip and what your itinerary entails, all of these spots in the Balkans and the surrounding countries are incredible to adventure around and explore!

A woman sitting along the Bay of Kotor

Kotor’s history dates back to BC times, but started to thrive in the 16th Century. In this article, discover the best things to do in Kotor, Montenegro during a day trip from Dubrovnik, Croatia.

**Please note that this blog post uses affiliate links meaning that if you make a purchase via my affiliate link, I receive a small commission at no additional cost to you. I only promote and talk about products and services that I have used and like.


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Day trip to Kotor, Montenegro from Dubrovnik, Croatia

Kotor Day Trip from Dubrovnik – How to Get There

A day trip to Kotor, Montenegro

The easiest and most convenient ways to get from Dubrovnik, Croatia to Kotor, Montenegro is by renting a car or taking the bus. If you’re looking to explore more of the country and stay longer, you can take a flight into Tivat International Airport, which is only 10 minutes from the heart of the fortified Old Town or Podgorica Airport, which is in the capital city that is 1.5-hours from Kotor. You can find affordable flights through Skyscanner.

During our Balkans trip, Ashley and I rented a car a few times to get around and enjoy fun day trips. Even though you don’t need a car in Dubrovnik, we ended up renting one for the day to do our Kotor trip. (We rented our car at Hotel Rixos, outside of Old Town.)

One thing to note about renting a car in Croatia (or anywhere in the European Union) is that you will need to have an international diver’s permit in addition to your regular license. I don’t know how the process works for every single country out there, but for U.S. residents, you could easily obtain one by going to your local AAA office.  

Beautiful churches in the Balkans

The drive from Dubrovnik to Kotor for our day trip was just about two hours long.(Please know that you will need to go through border patrol to get from Croatia to Montenegro and back. The customs line can take anywhere from a few minutes to a few hours. Thankfully, the line was short for us.)

When we first arrived in Kotor, we easily found street parking along Njegoševa, the main road across from the Bay of Kotor. Since we visited Kotor on a Sunday, street parking was free, but I recommend doing your research beforehand to see if you need to pay during any other day. There are also parking garages you can pay to park at.

A beautiful square in Old Town Kotor

Kotor is the perfect city to walk around in. The Old Town is small, but if you’re looking to explore outside of it and check out other great villages along the Bay of Kotor, I recommend either taking a taxi or doing a boat tour. Uber does not exist in Montenegro.

You can also do a private tour from Dubrovnik to Kotor!

Where to Stay in Kotor:

Beautiful streets of the Balkans

Since we did a day trip from Dubrovnik to Kotor, we didn’t need to get accommodations in Montenegro, but there are plenty of great hotel options for you to choose from if you plan to stay overnight or longer.

Here are the best places to stay in Kotor, Montenegro:

Luxury Accommodation: Blue Kotor Bay Premium Spa Resort

Boutique Accommodation: Hotel Forza Terra

Mid-Budget Accommodation: Hotel Libertas

Budget Accommodation: Montenegro Hostel B&B Kotor

Montenegro also offers a plethora of Airbnb and Vrbo options.

Kotor, Montenegro Day Trip – Things to Do in One Day

Walk through Kotor’s Old Town:

A woman exploring Old Town Kotor during a day trip

During a day trip to Kotor from Dubrovnik, one of the top things to do is wander around the Old Town, also known as Stari Grad. It is surrounded by limestone cliffs of Mt. Lovćen and the city includes fairytale winding streets and village squares. The architecture of most of the buildings in Kotor is medieval and it will bring you back in time! The gates where you enter the Old Town are Renaissance style.

Kotor’s Old Town is a Venetian fortification system (also called Cattaro), which protected the city from the bay. Old Town Kotor is special and it’s preserved as one of the world’s top historic spots by UNESCO.

The Stari Grad in Kotor

I also recommend that you visit Kotor’s tourism office in the Stari Grad. They have the best resources for you to participate and enjoy your own Kotor self-guided walking tour. In addition to free walking tours, you can also schedule your own private or organized tours and excursions in and around Kotor.

Below are the top things to see in Old Town Kotor:

Kotor’s Churches:
St. Tryphon's Cathedral in Kotor, Montenegro

Kotor, Montenegro boasts breathtaking Roman Catholic and Orthodox churches and I recommend checking them out during your day trip from Dubrovnik.

Known as Kotor’s most impressive building, St. Tryphon’s Cathedral is a Roman Catholic church that was established in 1166. The city of Kotor had been through several earthquakes and the church has been destroyed and rebuilt numerous times.

Regarding the church’s architecture, St. Tryphon’s Cathedral features Baroque bell towers, a Romanesque interior, Corinthian columns and Byzantine-styled frescoes in the arches. I am someone who enjoys visiting places of worship during my travels and St. Tryphon’s Cathedral will leave you in awe.

A woman enjoying the beauty of Kotor during a day trip from Dubrovnik

Another beautiful church to see during your Kotor day trip is St. Nicholas Church. It is known as the most important Orthodox Church in the city and it is also considered one of the Kotor’s newest churches because it was built in 1909.

Other beautiful churches to see as you make your way around Kotor’s Stari Grad are the Church of St. Michael, Church of St. Clara, Church of St. Luke and Church of St. Ozana.

The Cats of Kotor:
The a cat of Kotor

If you are a cat lover, then you will have a field day during your time in Kotor’s Old Town. As you make your way through the alleyways and around the city squares, you will come across a lot of cats!

Even though the cats of Kotor are strays, they are looked at and fed by locals. Outside of most restaurants and shops, you will see bowls full of water or cat food to feed these adorable felines. Most of the cats in Kotor are friendly and will even sit on your lap if you allow them to.

According to Montenegrin folklore, locals believe that cats saved Kotor. During the revolt from the Austro-Hungarian navy in 1918, Slavic sailors would bring their boats and ships into the bay. The sailors would have cats as pets and during the time they were in Kotor, the population of kittens expanded.

A great way to learn about the history of the cats in Kotor is by visiting the Cats Museum in the Stari Grad.

River Gate of Kotor:
A woman enjoying a Kotor day trip

Also known as the North Gate of Kotor’s Old Town, River Gate is a beautiful renaissance-style town gate that is surrounded by a moat.

A day trip to Kotor is not complete without walking to the River Gate and it is a spot where you can see a lot of fish and enjoy gorgeous views. It is also said that the River Gate is where you can spot some of Kotor’s more famous residents.

Click here to book a walking tour around Old Town Kotor.

Eat at a Local Kotor Restaurant:

Pizza from Kotor

Just like Croatian cuisine, the food in Montenegro is also similar to Italian. As you make your way around Kotor during your day trip, you will find restaurants that offer pizza and pasta dishes along with seafood and meat plates.

During our time in Kotor, we were craving pizza and ate at Cesare Old Town Restaurant. They had a great wine list too, which was nice since Montenegro is renowned for its local vineyards.

If I had more time, I would’ve liked to have tried the below restaurants. Discover the top restaurants in Old Town Kotor, Montenegro:

A day trip to Kotor, Montenegro from Dubrovnik, Croatia during summertime is not complete without enjoying some gelato. The best spot to enjoy gelato in Old Town is Marshall’s. They offer artisan gelato with a plethora of different flavors. Not only is the gelato at Marshall’s delicious, it is also an “Instagrammable” location.

Hike to the Castle of San Giovanni:

The views of Kotor from the Castle of San Giovanni

A visit to Kotor is also not complete without hiking to the Castle of San Giovanni, which offers the most breathtaking views of both the city and bay.

If you plan to do this hike, I recommend starting earlier in the morning, wearing comfortable clothing and shoes and also ensuring that the weather is going to be okay. The hike includes 1,350+ stairs to the Castle of San Giovanni. It is strenuous, but totally worth it for the views.

Now, you don’t have to hike all the way to the castle, if you aren’t up for it. You can also hike up to the Church of Our Lady of Remedy where you can also see beautiful views of Kotor.

The River Gate in Old Town Kotor, Montenegro

As you hike up, you will walk along the city walls. These incredible fortified walls date back to the medieval times and it was built on and off by both the Byzantines and the Venetians for many centuries.

Overall, the hike is incredible and you will be amazed once you reach the top! The reason why I recommend climbing up to the castle on a nice day is because you obviously want to catch amazing views, but also because if it rains, then the stone steps are extremely slippery and can become dangerous.

Enjoy a Boat Tour Around Bay of Kotor:

Boat tours from the Bay of Kotor

If you have the time and want to enjoy the Bay of Kotor, I recommend doing a boat tour. There are numerous boat tours that you can take during your Kotor trip.

Even though Ashley and I didn’t have the time to do anything on the Bay of Kotor during our day trip from Dubrovnik, we did drive around the bay and admired the breathtaking mountain views from all around. In fact, the views along the Bay of Kotor are some of the most beautiful I’ve seen in Europe!

The beautiful Bay of Kotor

Every boat tour is different, but if you decide to rent a boat or choose a specific itinerary for your time on the bay, I recommend that you see the Old Town of Perast, which also makes for a great day trip from Kotor if you have the time.

Another great spot to see on a boat tour around the Bay of Kotor the island of Mamula, which is a beautiful and uninhabited islet in the Adriatic Sea.

The Lustica Blue Grotto, otherwise known as the Kotor Blue Cave, should also not be overlooked on a boating adventure on the bay. It is where you can see light hit the bottom of the sea’s floor and reflect through the water.

Lastly, you should also check out Kotor’s best beaches, which are situated near the city.

Shop through the Kotor Bazaar:

During your day trip to Kotor from Dubrovnik, you must do some shopping! Not only are there great boutiques and souvenir shops, Kotor also boasts a bazaar, which is an awesome market to purchase trinkets that are specially made in Montenegro. You can find the Kotor Bazaar along an abandoned cloister of a Dominican monastery.


A woman enjoying the architecture of the Balkans

I hope you all enjoyed discovering the best things to do in Kotor, Montenegro during a day trip from Dubrovnik. If you have any questions, please email me at [email protected]

Basic Facts of Montenegro:

Currency: Euro, Capital: Podgorica, Time Zone: Central European Standard Time

Click here to join my private blog sharing Facebook group.

*Anything could happen during your travels. Always make sure you are insured in case there are unforeseen circumstances such as lost luggage/theft, natural disasters, personal liabilities and more. Click here to get insured for your next trip.

Shop my Kotor Look:

Click here to shop my Poshmark closet!

4 Comments

  1. Kim Deer on November 1, 2021 at 11:53 pm

    Another great read on Kotor ~ what a beautiful country ~ the mountains, beaches and churches are so beautiful. Glad you got to see and learn about the history behind this lovely country! Thank you for sharing all the details of your daytrip to Kotor Montenegro. Such lovely photos of you ~ love you. Mom xoxo 👩❣

    • Taylor Deer on November 2, 2021 at 1:07 pm

      Thank you mom! Montenegro truly is an amazing country with so much to offer. I loved it. 🙂

  2. Lacey on November 8, 2021 at 3:14 pm

    Montenegro is such a dream! Everything about it looks amazing. I can’t wait to go someday and try out your recommendations!

    • Taylor Deer on November 8, 2021 at 3:19 pm

      I loved it there so much! It’s such a beautiful country. Kotor has a lot to offer. 🙂

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