One of two Roman Catholic cathedrals in Montenegro is the Cathedral of Saint Tryphon (Kotor Cathedral) situated in Kotor. The cathedral was first built in the 12th century but has been affected by fires and earthquakes since then so has been restored a number of times. The cathedral is dominant in the local area with its two sizable Baroque bell towers. It is a popular place of worship in the city. The interior of the cathedral attracts interest due to its stunning Romanesque architecture and its interesting frescos and objects of art.
The cathedral is situated in the centre of Kotor. Kotor is only small so the best way to get to the cathedral will be on foot.
Opening Times and Admission
The cathedral is open to visitors daily 9am-8pm from April to October, 9am-5pm in November, December and March and 9am-1pm in January and February. Admission to the cathedral and its museum will set you back 2.50 euros.