Northern Gate, Kotor

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4.2/5 based on 110+ 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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  • Crossing the bridge over the river is a great way to enter the city. It is close to the car park and can be the start of a trip right through the old city. The gate sight up against the cliffs that ri...  read more »
  • Looks Fort side gate came out and immediately turned around, and you can realize that this city was a walled city, and. Water of the moat, which was very nice.
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  • Looks very dramatic and like a fortress. Clearly was protection for the city. You can walk along top. Is lit at night. 
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