Maritime Museum of Montenegro
St Luke’s Church
Sweet little St Luke’s speaks volumes about the history of Croat-Serb relations in Kotor. It was constructed in 1195 as a Catholic...
St Nicholas’ Church
Breathe in the smell of incense and beeswax in this relatively unadorned Orthodox church (1909). The silence, the iconostasis with its...
St Tryphon’s Cathedral
Kotor’s most impressive building, this Catholic cathedral was consecrated in the 12th century but reconstructed after several...
In summer Havana takes over a little square on the dark side of the Old Town, projecting sports or pop videos onto the neighbouring...
At a slight remove from the frenetic heart of the Old Town, Bastion offers a mixture of fresh seafood and traditional meaty grills. If...
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Maritime Museum of Montenegro information
Kotor's proud history as a naval power is celebrated in three storeys of displays housed in a wonderful early-18th-century palace. A free audioguide helps explain the collection of photographs, paintings, uniforms, exquisitely decorated weapons and models of ships.