Visitors to the city of Kotor are always impressed by the preserved town originally built during the Middle Ages. You can walk the Old City of Kotor and experience a typical medieval town with its narrow streets and common squares. It contains a number of ancient buildings such as the Cathedral of Saint Tryphon built in 1166 and the 13th century Church of Saint Luke. In fact there are a number of churches in this area constructed in the 12th and 13th centuries. There's the 12th century Church of Saint Ana and the 13th century Church of Saint Mary. There are now many restaurants and nightclubs in the Old Town area also offering something for everyone staying in discount hotels in Kotor.
While visiting Kotor in the summer, you will be able to enjoy a variety of outdoor concerts and events. The Summer Carnival, for example, attracts 30,000 people to Kotor each year. EasyToBook.com can help you locate conveniently situated budget hotels in Kotor. When not attending concerts or enjoying views of the Gulf of Kotor on the Mediterranean Sea, you can visit the 17th century Prince's Palace.