The Natural and Culturo-Historical Region of Kotor are on the UNESCO World Heritage List. The natural harbour on the Adriatic coast in Montenegro was an important artistic and commercial centre in the Middle Ages and had its own famous schools of iconography. Many of the monuments like four Romanesque churches and the town walls were damaged by the 1979 earthquake. Since then, the town has been restored greatly and has been seeing more and more travellers during recent years.
In the summer months, the Tivat Airport near Kotor has flights to a number of cities, including St. Petersburg, Stockholm and Oslo. There are also scheduled flights year round to Paris, Moscow and Belgrade.
|Hotel Vardar||(Old Town) Stari Grad Nr. 476,||Hotel||-|
|Montenegro Hostel||Stari Grad b.b.||Hostel||85|
|Youth Hostel Spasic-Masera||Dobrota bb Kotor||Hostel||73|
|Hotel Vila Panonija||Dobrota bb||HOTEL||-|
|Montenegro Hostel 4U||Dobrota Donji put bb||HOSTEL||79|
|Old Town Hostel Kotor||Old Town 284||HOSTEL||91|
|Marina View Apartment||Gurdic bb Old Town||HOSTEL||-|
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