Our cruise to Montenegro starts from the Croatian border, geographically defined by the majestic Bay of Kotor. On arrival by cruise ship at the port of Kotor, the Lovčen National Park can be reached following the slopes of the 'Southern Fjords'. Considered by Montenegrins to be an almost sacred mountain for the mausoleum of Bishop Prince Njegos, Mount Lovčen offers spectacular views of all the coves. During a cruise to Kotor you can feel the influence of the Serenissima on the layout and look of the city. We stroll between squares and Romanesque churches in the heart of the historical centre, still protected by ancient walls and a designated World Heritage site. The cathedral of St. Trifone, rebuilt in the 17th century after a violent earthquake, certainly deserves a visit on your trip to Kotor, as do the Doge's Palace, the Clock Tower (once a place of torture), Pima Palace and the picturesque Arm’s Square.
Not to miss on your trip to Kotor:
• The Romanesque cathedral of Saint Tryphon
• Kotor fortress
• The monastery of Ostrog