Kotor is an finely preserved medieval town in a secluded corner of the visually stunning Bay of Kotor. It is a protected UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The cathedral of St. Tryphon in Kotor is one of the oldest churches in Europe. It was built in the year 1166. It is 69 years older than Notre-Dame de Paris, and from the St. Peter’s Basilica it is 460 years older.