Kotor is a city cited in a secluded bay protected by a medieval wall. Though smaller than the majority of the towns in the neighbourhood, Kotor is listed among the UNESCO World Natural and Historical Heritage Site, because it has not lost a bit of its charm as it still retains the middle age setting and the old fashion of the cobblestone city. The town itself is a massive city that is comprised of cafes, museums, and churches, which surrounded over four kilometers of the city walls. If you love to have a spectacular view of the whole bay and city, try climbing to the uppermost top of the town walls after scaling through the 1,350 steps.
PS: While driving, do not miss out the iconic duo islands of Our Lady of the Rock and St. George along the quiet town of Perast, the fjord-like Bay of Kotor.