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St. Nikola Church

Obala kapetana Marka Martinovica bb, Perast, Kotor Municipality 85336, Montenegro
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“bell tower” (15 reviews)
“main square” (3 reviews)
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Obala kapetana Marka Martinovica bb, Perast, Kotor Municipality 85336, Montenegro
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Using the rocky stariway is totally worth it! When u reach on the top - it's something that words cannot describe. There is a view of whole Perast and the Bay , from every angle. There is also a huge bell which is forbiden to...More

Thank Katarina Z
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

When visiting Perast be sure to visit St. Nikola Church.The Venetian designed and built building was never finished with only the apse and bell tower standing today. After peeking onto the church, pay 1 euro to climb up the 55m bell tower for great views...More

Thank John B
Reviewed 22 June 2017

The church boasts the tallest bell tower in the country, but we did not have time to climb up.. Just had a wander around the lovely little church here as we were passing through. The church is over 300 years old, and has a lovely...More

Thank alisdair t
Reviewed 15 June 2017

It's only 2€ to get in per person - quite dangerous walk up the stairs but the views from top are fantastic. This is not a good attraction for older people or very tall people.

Thank Indygoflow
Reviewed 28 May 2017

When we were in Perast, we got lucky as the locals were holding a spring festival in the Perast town square just outside of St. Nikola Church. It was fun to watch the folk dancing. Apparently the Belfry on this church is the tallest historic...More

Thank 2torontotraveller
Reviewed 22 April 2017 via mobile

Unlike as it seems, the small town of Perast is home to the tallest historic belltower on the Adriatic coast, or so they claim here anyway. It really is an enormous structure; I found it hard to fit all of in my photographs! Dating from...More

Thank Raymond W
Reviewed 19 March 2017

We took a small tour of the village of Perast before heading to Our Lady of the Rocks. St. Nikola Church is really beautiful. It's easy to find, just look for the Clock Tower. The date on the Clock Tower is 1695. We didn't walk...More

Thank JudyMetroNYCarea
Reviewed 7 January 2017

It's clock/bell tower dominates the tiny town of Perast. It has a pretty square just in front where local artists sell their wares. Very photogenic!

Thank Scuesa
Reviewed 19 September 2016

A climb up this beautiful landmark in Perast is not to be missed. The climb isn't easy but the views of Perast and the Bay of Kotor from the top are spectacular and well worth the effort. Admission is only €1. Time your visit well...More

Thank Christina B
Reviewed 14 September 2016

Church & attached small museum are typical of many other churches with usually religious relics on display The climb up the bell tower is more rewarding with delightful views however steps are narrow & steep

Thank Darrel J
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