Kotor is known as one of the most well preserved medieval towns in the Mediterranean, with an abundance of squares, churches, cathedrals and museums. It only took around an hour or two to explore on foot but the cobble stone streets are windy and narrow. I’d imagine it could be hectic during prime tourist season but it was great to wander and get lost in the side alleys. Montenegro and the Bay of Kotor are only an hour’s drive south of Dubrovnik and make for a great day trip! The coastal drive along the Bay of Kotor is definitely a must. For those short on time, the town offers a ferry ride across the Bay which I took on the way back to Croatia and shortens the journey considerably.