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All reviews nice square main gate clock tower rector's palace great place to start your visit open square town square cafes and restaurants old town cruise ship is in town lovely shops watching the world lots of shops tourist information visiting kotor narrow streets arena
Square of the Arms or Trg od Oružja in Serbian because the Venetian military used to make and store munitions here. Nowadays there are cafés and terraces, bakeries and pastry shops, banks, and several historical buildings. A great place to start your visit to the...More
This is the first place you’ll likely see when entering the old town as it is directly after the sea gate.
It’s an absolute tourist trap but there’s an interesting clock tower to see as well as a pillory directly below it where citizens used...More
located in the heart of the old town of Kotor. well kept, clean and nice. u will walk over it once u explore kotor and old town. historical buildings are located on it's both the side, has a lot of shops and cafes here,
You will almost inevitably walk through here if you are visiting Kotor. Lots of tourist shops and a couple of restaurants, the further into town you walk the better value you will find. Take in the clock and the architecture.
This is the largest and the most grandiose of Kotor's squares. You will enter this piazza as you enter the Old City from the main gate (Sea Gate). The buildings along the piazza are beautiful and there are plenty of shops and cafes to enjoy.
It is very spacious, surrounded with the old walls and building, with its lovely restaurants and cafes, always bustling and crowded with tourist and full of joy and interesting music of the street performers. I really love it.
You come across the Piazza of the Arms as soon as you enter the old city from the Sea Gate from the west. It is wide and long with plenty of interesting looking cafes, shops and bars lining the sides. It is a paved pedestrian...More