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Kotor, Montenegro, '1350 Steps to Heaven'

Updated: Aug 1, 2022

..."and if you are active and adventures as I am, you will enjoy walking up to the fortress of Saint Ivan along the original city walls that have protected the city of Kotor for centuries. The walls are over four kilometers long and there are 1350 steps to heaven"...

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Often referred to as the Southern Fjord of Europe, Kotor is known for its breathtaking views and rich history. Build during the Venetion period between 12th and 14th century, Kotor is filled with medieval architecture and historic monuments. It is a dramatic and enchanting place where the past coexists with the present. And if you are active and adventures as I am, you will enjoy walking up to the fortress of Saint Ivan along the original city walls that have protected the city of Kotor for centuries. The walls are over four kilometers long and there are 1350 steps to heaven. Wonder the streets, slouch in marble walkways, cross the gates to the old city, and find yourself to the top of the mountain, while meeting and greeting overjoyed, anxious visitors from all around the world and passing dozens of chilled out local shiny cats, the symbol of the city nowadays.

"Often referred to as the Southern Fjord of Europe, Kotor is known for its breathtaking views and rich history. Build during the Venation period between 12th and 14th century, Kotor is filled with medieval architecture and historic monuments. It is a dramatic and enchanting place where the past coexists with the present. And if you are active and adventures as I am, you will enjoy walking up to the fortress of Saint Ivan along the original city walls that have protected the city of Kotor for centuries."...


Kotor's Cat, Proud Symbol of the City Nowadays
..."The walls are over four kilometers long and there are 1350 steps to heaven. Wonder the streets, slouch in marble walkways, cross the gates to the old city, and find yourself to the top of the mountain, while meeting and greeting overjoyed, anxious visitors from all around the world and passing dozens of chilled out local shiny cats, the symbol of the city nowadays."

~Lady Captain



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