Villa Duomo

Stari grad 385, Kotor, Montenegro
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Please, help us to find hotel or private room in Kotor

by Ksenia_2008

Hello! I am from Ukraine! Please, could you help me? I and my boyfriend are interested in reservation one double room in one of the hotel of Kotor or maybe private room from the 9-th of August till 16-th of August. Could you suggest us not expensive hotel ( but and not bad!!!) or some contacts of private rooms.
Do you know anything about Fjord hotel?
Thank you in advance.
Best regards,
Ksenia

Re: Please, help us to find hotel or private room in Kotor

by itrek

Hi Ksenia,
One of the cheapest options in terms of hotels in Kotor was Hotel Splendido (www.splendido-hotel.com) when I was there 2 years ago (it was around 70 euros p room p night, but again, it was off season). It was a bit far from the city centre, but I think they have a shuttle bus to and from old Kotor. The rooms were OK, the view over Kotor Bay was spectacular. The only downside was that the walls between the rooms were so thin that we could hear our neighbours talking and watching TV. The next day we walked into a real estate company and they have sorted us out with a studio for 30 euros/ day 5 minutes walk from Kotor old town. Most real estate agents know someone who rents rooms out. Check the sites of local Kotor real estate agents and even if they do not advertise rentals, send them an e-mail, see if they can help.

Re: Please, help us to find hotel or private room in Kotor

by radiosa16

for accomodation I sugest you the site owners.direct.uk. We booked on this page for september a nice villa..
Have a nice holliday,

Re: Please, help us to find hotel or private room in Kotor

by Alavanja

www.studiomontenegro.com

Travel Tips for Kotor

Overall impression

by DPando

Kotor as a place is worth to visit.. i was there in october so not much tourist or travellers were there.. the bad points on that place is the overcrowded in summer season where all is invaded by foreigners... there arnt any youth hostels, no budget accomodation for sure, actually i paid quite more than i was used to do on previous steps on my trip.
Everything is in Euro .. great for that but the prices are rised so much if you compare with Croatia or the surrounding area..
Landscapes are the highlights and the old town is charming .. maybe the best, its not huge so easily you can reach it every nook in the town.. actually i was living 2km away in a guesthouse and everytime i needed to get the old town (where mostly attractions are) i have to go on foot but there was schuttle bus services

Kotor

by Drphoto

Kotor-Risan Bay is a world natural and cultural heritage. Signs like this one are all over Montenegro. Wonderful country ! Kotor is situated deep inside Boka Kotorska bay, encircled by rugged hills at the foot of the mountain Lovcen. It is put under the UNESCO protection in 1979.

Romantic Kotor

by Aurorae

This is a sight you can often encounter in the old town of Kotor. Romantic narrow streets, old candelabre lanterns, wooden windows... A laughter here or there, noise of plates, scents of yummy dishes, music, chit chat or a fight... Very captivating!

Italian Cypresses

by karenincalifornia

Italian cypresses grow wild throughout the Dalmatian coastal areas. I particularly noticed this between Herceg-Novi and Dubrovnik.

I just find this sort of thing interesting. In California, we pay big bucks to plant an Italian cypress in a manicured front yard. In Montenegro, they grow wild.

Honouring the saint

by TheWanderingCamel

Ever since the arrival, in 809, of Saint Tryphon's relics the saint has a very special place in the hearts of the people of Kotor, no matter whether they be Catholic or Orthodox. The celebration of his feast day on February 1st is the most important holiday for all townsfolk and the mass held on the Sunday of that week is the culmination of a week of festivities.

A major revision of the saints celebrated by the Catholic church saw St Tryphon removed from the list of universal saints because of the lack of documented evidence of his life and martyrdom but try telling that to the believers of Kotor. They know their saint was a real man who performed miracles of healing and was martyred for his faith and they know he protects them now as he has done ever since the Byzantine emperor, Constantine Porphyrogenitus, made the city a gift of his relics and sent them to Kotor from their burial place in Lampsakon, near Apamea in Syria, the place of his birth.

The Catholic Church marks November 10 as St Tryphon's Day, but the saint who came to Kotor was Greek and Kotor at that time had not turned its face west to the Latin world and so, throughout the centuries, Catholic and Orthodox together, the city has continued to celebrate the saint according to the Orthodox calendar.

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