Though you can't bundle them into your backpack (tempting though it may be), you can bring home the cats of Kotor in the form of beautiful, locally made handicrafts with a feline flavour. Part gallery, part boutique…
Self-caterers can stock up at this farmers' market under the town walls. The vendors are happy to give out free samples of everything from local pršut and cheese to olives and strawberries.
Big shopping centre on the busy road around the corner from Stari Grad. There's a big supermarket, loads of boutiques and big-name brands, plus a supervised kids' playground (from €1.50 per hour).
If you want to take on the local women in a tussle for the best fresh fruit and vegetables, get to this little produce market by around 8am.
Browse to your heart's content at this gallery, representing many of Montenegro's leading contemporary artists.
Local boutique wine producers rarely get a look-in on restaurant menus. If you'd like to sample a broader selection of Montenegro's output, this cute little shop offers tasting flights of five wines and three types …
If you feel like ditching your duds after a long, sweaty day of kicking along the cobblestones (or just love a bargain), this Old Town op-shop is overflowing with top-quality threads.
This small store has an English-language section and sells up-to-the-minute print-out copies of major British, French and Russian newspapers.
A treasure trove of socialist medals, Roman coins, antique jewellery, traditional garb and other interesting stuff to blow the budget on.