Bogdanovic Apartments

Address: Dobrota b.b., Kotor, Serbia and Montenegro | Hostel
 
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This hostel, located on Dobrota b.b., Kotor, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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      Travel Blogs from Kotor

      Wondering around Kotor.

      A travel blog entry by scwonderwoman on Oct 16, 2014

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      ... throughout.
      Kris and I had a delicious lunch of pasta, and then set out to explore. Moshe had decided to climb the 1300 steps to the top of the fortress. Me,....not so much. I was perfectly content milling around,.....taking picture after picture after picture.
      Later in the afternoon, I stopped into a little outdoor cafe to get a cappuccino. I noticed two very talented guys ...

      Haute Kotor (in the Black Mountains!)

      A travel blog entry by chris-roisin on Sep 21, 2014

      16 photos

      ... Sea in the southwest, and Bosnia and Herzegovina in the northwest. So although Montenegro may be a little known, weird country to visit, it is surrounded by even lesser known and weirder countries!!

      While there is no accurate information regarding the founding of Kotor, archaeologists believe that it rose on the foundations of the ancient city of Acruvium. Legend has it that Alkima, a fairy, advised the Serbian king, not to build his town in the hills "where ...

      Montenegro

      A travel blog entry by amandane on Sep 04, 2014

      12 photos

      ... t be raining, so that we would have a chance to tackle the hike to the fort before having to head off and we were in luck. It was over cast but it was dry so we weren't complaining. Everyone that we'd spoken to about the trek had said that it was pretty difficult so we had prepared ourselves for a hard slog. The main ascent to the top is only just over a kilometre, which isn't that bad, but there are 1,350 stairs, which were killer! The view from the top was ...

      Boka Kotorska

      A travel blog entry by ginapeach on Jun 28, 2014

      8 photos

      ... mother. The rest of the walk to the church was uneventful. People were swimming and enjoying their Saturday. We stopped off at a post office to get some stamps and to try to call home – purchasing stamps worked but making a phone call did not. When did make it to the church, it wasn’t exactly what we were expecting, namely there didn’t seem to be a way in to look at it. Feeling parched and a little hot, we headed back to a café ...

      Knocking down the Door of Kotor!

      A travel blog entry by rorox on Oct 21, 2013

      ... of
      Kotor or "Boka Kotorska" in Montenegrin, that opens up form the Adriatic Sea
      was resplendent in front of shimmering in the sunshine. The bay itself is about
      28km long and goes from the open sea to the city of Kotor our destination for
      today. The shoreline of this bay is
      107.3km so although Kotor was close we basically had to circumnavigate the whole
      bay to reach the city. We didn’t
      mind. The sun was out, the water was
      calm ...