One of the most historic seaside towns along the Adriatic sea, Kotor was fortified during the Venetian period and still attracts tourists today with its postcard-worthy cliffs, old stone buildings, and fortified walls. Despite its sleepy appearance, Kotor is really alive at night and you will find many people walking around just for a drink or to buy something in one of the many shops.
You can find all kinds of pubs and bars and clubs all over the city. The old town of Kotor also has many bars and pubs that allow you to enjoy the ambiance and also have a fun night out. The bars are good, and you will find them to be extremely cheap with fast service.
Discos and Clubs
You will have your choice of clubs in Kotor, which are always busiest around the height of tourist season (July to August). Some clubs require an entrance fee, but if they do it is minimal. A popular club choice, especially among young locals, is Secondo Porto.
Most clubs will play the usual techno music and modern western stuff, but you might also find many places playing national Serbian music, which, though an interesting cultural experience, might not be what you were looking for in a night out. If you have questions, just ask a local for some suggestions. They are very friendly.
Editor’s note: The information contained on this page was compiled using real traveler reviews about Kotor nightlife.