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...
Crazy cat people and those with a fondness for whimsical vintage art will adore this charming museum, home to thousands of moggie-themed...
Evergreen Jazz Club
Jazz somehow seems a perfect soundtrack for Kotor's ambient Stari Grad, and Evergreen – which hosts regular live international and local...
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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. An audioguide helps explain the collection of photographs, paintings, uniforms, exquisitely decorated weapons and models of ships.
Just outside the museum, have a look out for the Karampana Well and its gorgeously ornate wrought-iron fence; for centuries, this tiny well provided all of Kotor's fresh drinking water.