The one of the most significant old towns on the entire Mediterranean. The medieval architecture and numerous monuments of cultural heritage have put Kotor on the UNESCO list of the “World Natural and Cultural Heritage Sites”. Throughout the city there are structures, interwoven by streets and squares .The most famous is the St. Tripun Cathedral (built in 1166), the monument of the Roman culture and one of the most recognized symbols of the city. Do not miss the Napoleon’s Theater (19th century) that represent just one part of the rich treasures of the Kotor tradition. Ancient walls which stretch 4.5 kilometers directly above the city, represent real treasure of the Mediterranean. After strolling Kotor’s Stari Grad, you should walk up to the Castle of San Giovanni or Castle of St John for stupendous vistas of the fjord and a fabulous birds-eye-view of the Old Town of Kotor, Montenegro. These formidable fortress walls date back to medieval times, built on and off between the 9th and 19th centuries, and built by everyone from the Byzantines to the Venetians.They are actually remarkably well preserved and you especially notice this from any of the city gates.