Hotel Pana Kotor

Address: Sv Eustahije 253, Dobrota, Kotor Municipality, 85331, Montenegro | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Sv Eustahije 253, Dobrota, is near Gospa od Skrpjela, Maritime Museum, St. Ozana Church (or St. Maria of river), and Grubonja Palace.
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          4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

          Travel Blogs from Dobrota

          A Day Montenegra

          A travel blog entry by mclewiskm on Oct 08, 2015

          We had a sumptuous breakfast at the hotel and met our driver who would take us on a journey through Montenegra with an end site in the city of Kotor at the end of the Boka Katorska Bay, one of the most beautiful in the world and now protected by UNESCO. The most attractive part of Kotor is the Old Walled Town. The walls were built periodically ...

          We're on the road to Croatia

          A travel blog entry by neilywheelie on Sep 23, 2015

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          Milan with the infuriating giggle had promised to take us to Stari Bar, the old town seeing as we couldn't find it yesterday, which was kind of him and I'm glad he did. It's nestled up in the hills overlooking new Bar and consist of cobbled streets that twist there way up to a castle perched high above the town. It was another beautiful day and a climb up through the ruins, with amazing views over the town below was special. We hadn't long ...

          Kotor, Montenegro

          A travel blog entry by brunning on Aug 25, 2015

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          We caught the bus in the morning to the next city along called Kotor. It's quite small but gets filled with cruise boat people during the day so is quite busy. It's got a very cool old town which contains most of the city and a massive hill that overlooks the bay. We learnt from the lady at our ...


          A travel blog entry by rerowand on Jul 14, 2015

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          ... on the road, we learned about the surrounding Alps and the civilizations (Roman & Illyrian) who used the city to restock their ships. An outgrowth of all these civilizations in Croatia is that it is known for 69 varieties of wine, including their most famous, a Zifindal, which we will learn about later. We arrived at Croatian passport control and went through fairly quickly and drove down the road to Montenegro's passport control and that went smoothly. As ...

          Day 7-Kotor side trip

          A travel blog entry by mrandonian on Oct 01, 2014

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          We really didn't know what to expect and were overwhelmed with the beauty of the Bay of Kotor (a part of the Adriatic in the Republic of Montenegro). The bay is surrounded by impressive tree-covered mountains that go right to the sea. The tiny town of Kotor is another walled city with prehistoric (possibly 2500 yrs ago) roots. The ancient city was also a victim of the earthquake that devastated Dubrovnik in 1667. It destroyed 50% of Kotor so ...

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