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Kotor Montenegro, Fortress Climb in Montenegro 2021. (Retired Expats in Europe)

In this video we climb the Fortress in Kotor Montenegro. It is known as the Fortress of St. John or Sveti Ivan and San Giovanni as people from Kotor like to call it . The fortress is situated above the city walls of the Kotor Old town. Many of the passengers of the 440 cruise ships that stop at the Port of Kotor Montenegro annually will make the trek up the fortress to the Church of Our Lady of Remedy. The Church of Our Lady of Remedy is at the 100 Meter level, the more adventurous or those with more time will climb the entire 280 Meters to the top of the fortress for a spectacular view of Kotor Bay. The vide was made in March of 2021.

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In our previous video we disclosed we bought a home in Kotor Montenegro in 2016, we were enchanted by this medieval city from first sight. The low cost of living, Mediterranean climate, UNESCO Heritage designation, and it’s popularity as a tourist destination for Eastern Europeans and the British it made perfect sense to buy here. As we travel Europe over the next 5 to 10 years we will be using our home in Montenegro as our home base, rest assured our journey is not ending. Here is the last video link with our home shown:

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We have used AirBnb to rent out our home in the past, we have decided that we are going to be more selective about who stays in our home going forward. While we are away traveling we will rent our home to our viewers anticipating there will be more respect and care when staying in our home. We will rent the home in month long blocks, if you are staying less time you can still stay but you would be renting for the month.
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If you are interested in our travel luggage here is the suitcase we call Big Blue:

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8 COMMENTS

  1. This is one of our very favorite vlogs of yours! It's so W&J, the doggies are cute, and the video was great. We loved Julie running over the metal bridge, reminding us that Nadine would have done the same. Beautiful city, thanks as always for keeping us posted ❤❤

  2. What do you think about living permanently in Ecuador versus Montenegro? In today's nutty world, seems like so many big decisions. Time zone would be different than Ecuador/US, that are closer if working remotely. Security and food availability? Seems like Montenegro wins for history and natural beauty. Are you going to make a video of the amazing forest in Montenegro at some point?

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