Located along one of the world’s most beautiful bays is Kotor, a city of traders and famous sailors, with many stories to tell. The Old City of Kotor is a well preserved urbanization typical of the middle Ages, built between the 12th and 14th century. Through the entire city the buildings are intersected by narrow streets and squares.
Budva is the metropolis of Montenegrin tourism thanks to the great number of beaches and hotels that make this the most desirable tourist destination. Budva is a must- visit place in Montenegro and the whole city is dedicated to providing the best experience.
3. Sveti Stefan
The island belongs to Aman Resorts and is closed off to the public. Sveti Stefan is the jewel in the Budva Riviera’s (already adorned) crown
Perast is one of the most beautiful little places in Boka Bay, located just a few kilometres from Kotor. Perast’s most famous landmarks are actually right in the middle of the waters- two picturesque islands with quite the story behind them.
5. Lake Skadar
The lake is located in Zeta – Skadar valley and is surrounded by mountains, and it’s 7 km away from Adriatic Sea. Skadar Lake is the largest lake at the Balkan Peninsula, with fresh water and one of the largest national parks in Montenegro.
Tivat is located in the central part of the Boka Kotorska bay. The city has a natural marina – Kaliman. Tivat is also the only place at the littoral with an airport. There is an abundance of cultural events, such as Bocarska Olympiad and Ljetnje Feste.
7. Herceg Novi
The beginnings of the Herceg Novi tourism are connected to the XIX century. Back at that time the tavern of Sjora Roza and the café “Bella Vista” are mentioned. Herceg Novi is recognizable by the abundance of mimosa trees and its numerous flights of stairs. It’s often called ‘The City of the sun’