The Old Town is the most famous part of Kotor, is where all the tradition and culture of Kotor is well maintained and alive. Old Town a UNESCO World Heritage Site is surrounded by thick walls with monuments like the Tower Watch, Prince's Palace, Cathedral of Sveti Tripun and many more.
THINGS TO DO AND SEE
Everyone loves to buy a souvenir or reminder of their visit, so while in Kotor shop around for mementoes in the Old Town - woolies, carvings, lace and embroidery are the things you should be looking for here.
GRAB A BITE
You may like to have lunch in the Old Town at La Pasteria. Its central place great for pizza, pasta and people-watching! If its seafood you like than the locals frequent Konoba Catovic Mlini - so go for it!
The months May, June, September and October have a balmy average temperature of between 22°C in May and going up to 32°C in August that is the hottest month. The driest month is July when there is little or no rainfall to play spoil sport.
The Euro is the currency used in Montenegro and credit cards are accepted too.