Kotor at the end of it’s bay is backed by the Black Mountains (hence the name).
Sailing up the fjord I could see the fortress up the hill overlooking the town. In retrospect, deciding that climbing the mountain might not have been one of my smarter ideas especially given an afternoon arrival. To make it clear, sundown is about 1630 with full dark by an hour later. This doesn’t leave a whole lot of time for exploring areas other than stores and restaurants.
I headed straight toward the fortress, transversing narrow streets –
and found the entry to the fortress area and started up the mountain
from the top
It was close to 1630 when I headed back down and into the old city-
I took the tender back to the ship. As we were starting to sail out –
Great photos! Although I’m a bit sad you didn’t get any of the city at night (except for the one from far away), that’s when it looks the most beautiful, or at least I think so 🙂
Unfortunately, my ship sailed before dark. But I imagine that the city would be glorious lighted at night, especially from the water