Kotor has a great "driveway" which I showed in the previous album. The city itself does not look as spectacular from the water side as Dubrovnik, for example. Although it competes with Dubrovnik for the most attractive medivel town on the Adriatic. It is beyond dispute that it was inscribed on the UNESCO list as the best preserved medieval city and is beautiful. Noteworthy are the city walls with the fortress and church, which are stretched on an almost vertical wall, and you need to take a good look to see their spiral shapes from afar. However, when you go through these walls and find yourself in the middle of the old town, the magic begins :). It's beautiful, it's rustic and if you know some legends related to this city, in my opinion ... is second to none.