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You can't come to Kotor and not visit the Old town. The city welcomes you with seven centuries old history, old cathedrals and churches, souvenir shops, small authentic streets and beautiful atmosphere. Don't forget to visit local green market just outside the Old town where you can buy fresh…
One of the most preserved old towns in Montenegro. It is also believed that you can easily lose your way if you don't pay much attention. Beside that, there are numerous hostility facilities there, such as stores, cafe bars, restaurants, etc.
Just a short (20,30 min) car ride away is the amazing Old town of Kotor, surrounded by 4,5 kilometers long forts. This is also the only labyrinth town in the Mediterranean which makes it all the more curious! This area of Kotor town is known not only for its charm, but also for its restaurants great…
Kotor is an old town from the 11 th centry, has many interesting buildings, churches and cathedrals. There are galleries, nice coffee bars and restaurants. It is nice to walk around and to explore.
“Great scenery, worth visiting,second biggest canyon in the world, 12 km from Chalet Dorma”
“Since 1878, this area has been under state/national protection. The park is 5400 square acres and has 26 plant communities with about 2,000 species and subspecies. More than 200 species of birds, including the bald eagle. The fauna consists of deer, roe deer, chamois, wolves, wild boars, foxes, rabbits. At an altitude of 1,094 meters lies Lake Biograd, the largest and most famous in a series of glacial lakes in the park. The park is a well-known picnic area and cool summers. Note There is a visitor centre on the shores of Lake Biograd. Note In the summer months the park attracts a large number of tourists, Note There are arranged parking space, restaurants, lighted walking paths and camping sites in the park ”
“The famous Black lake is one of the most prominent sites of Durmitor. You can take approximately an hour-long hike around it or simply sit by it and enjoy the views. ”
“Durmitor National Park, created in 1952, includes the massif of Durmitor, the canyons of Tara, Sušica and Draga rivers and the higher part of the canyon plateau Komarnica. This UNESCO World Heritage site covering an area of 390 square kilometers The Durmitor is a mountain area, featuring 48 separate peaks; Bobotov Kuk is the highest reaching a summit of 8,278 feet (2,523 m). The Durmitor massif and neighbouring plateau are home to 18 different glacial lakes. The massif is comprised of limestone and surrounded by European Black Pine. There are three canyons that surround the Durmitor massif which include Draga Canyon, Susica Canyon, and Tara River Canyon. The 1,300 plant species in Durmitor National Park supports the wildlife of the national park which includes brown bear, grey wolf, and the European wild cat. The golden eagle and peregrine falcon are two of the coveted bird sightings.”