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art, sea, history and festivals!

A journey to discover Montenegro can only start from the Boka Kotorska, a suggestive network of inlets of the southern Adriatic, very similar to the Norwegian fjords, to which, not surprisingly, they are often compared. The first stop of the journey is Herceg Novi, a town of just over 15,000 inhabitants, about ten kilometers from Dubrovnik.

First of all the extended promenade: music, parades, food and lots of good wine punctuate the daily life of residents and tourists (many cruise passengers) who visit the city close to the spring season. The historic center is also very beautiful. The squares and paved alleys of the old part of the city bear numerous traces of the different dominations that have taken place over the centuries. To see Kanli Kula, the fortress that dominates the upper part of the city and Sahat Kula, the clock tower. Both these fortifications date back to the Turkish domination, while Forte Mare, the bastion at the western end of the defensive walls was built by the Venetians.