Northern Gate, Kotor

(4.1/5 based on 120+ reviews on the web)
The 16th-century Northern Gate was built to commemorate Kotor's victory over Hayreddin Barbarossa, a famous Turkish admiral. The entry represents a fine example of Renaissance architecture. The little bridge across the Skurda river offers views of the medieval fortifications. Just next to the gate, you can stop at a small fish restaurant with indoor and open-air seating. Plan to see Northern Gate and other attractions that appeal to you using our Kotor trip itinerary planner.
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  • Definitely worth a visit to this gate to enjoy the views along the canal both down the canal to the bay and up to the mountain where you can see the walls wind up the mountain to the fort.  more »
  • Called at the North Gate, the Gate Bridge over the River, it was built in 1540. Fortress with walls extending to the Summit seen from across the bridge you can see well.
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  • One can get some beautiful pictures around the North Gate, While walking around there, we came upon some young people coming down a pathway and we asked them where they were coming from. We were told ...  more »