What You Can Look Forward to in Kotor
Kotor is a great place to visit and explore and you have several interesting activities to look forward to in this scenic town.
Shopping in Kotor
The best place to head to, if you want to do some shopping in Kotor, would be the old part of the town. Here, you can get fresh vegetables in the market place. You can also buy olive oil, cheese, wine rakija, salads, fresh succulent fish and fruits. It is best to visit the markets on Saturdays. You could also shop for fashionable items at the many boutiques, found in this part of the town. You can find replicas of original items at good bargain prices. If all that shopping makes you hungry, you can savor the delicious dishes that capture the essence of the traditional cuisine. You also have seafood to choose from. If your heart is with pizzas and burgers, do not fret, as you have several places that offer these as well.
Authentic Essence of the Life of the Locals
To get a taste of the true flavor of Kotar, go to the Salad Square or the Wood Square where you can see the everyday activities of the locals. The night life of Kotor is also quite active and you also have several pubs, restaurants and cafes to choose from. You could also go uphill from Kotor to the village of Njeguši which is believed to be the birthplace of Montenegrin rulers.
Swim to Your Heart’s Content
The summers tend to be warm and dry and winters, dry and humid, in Kotor. There are several small stony beaches close to the hotels. Swimming in the sea of the Bay of Kotorska is a fun activity for family and friends. You could also relax and enjoy the natural beauty around you by sitting back in one of the comfortable easy chairs with their cool umbrellas.
In other words, this walled medieval town with its old world charm, is a perfect destination to head to, if what you want is a relaxing stay, away from the hustle and bustle of modern city life. Take your time to explore this quaint town with its winding little streets, fascinating medieval architecture, numerous squares and beautiful churches. You could always head to the beach for a relaxing swim and take in the splendor of nature’s bounty.
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