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One of the most beautiful summer stages in Montenegro, it is a venue of music, film and theatre festivals, which made Herceg Novi widely known. It used to carry the name Bloody Tower, during the time when Novi was occupied by the Ottomans. One part...more
Prve Bokeske Brigade, Herceg-Novi, Herceg-Novi Municipality 85340, Montenegro
Kanli Kula (Bloody Tower) was the second fortress we visited as part of our visit to Herceg Novi. Another fortress with a lot of history, it originates from the Turkish period (16th century). The climb upto the fortress is well worth it, the views of...More
If you've seen other fortresses in Italy, UK, France, this is not high on the must-see list. However, it is a charming place and cheap to visit. The real selling point are the views from the top which are lovely.
So, learning about kanli kula meant that you learned it has a bleak history but also that it is now a theatre/stage area. The only area open to tourists is the stage area.
I though it was strange. To take a prison/fortress where a country’s...More
You have to climb to get here and it is definitely worth it for amazing views from the top. Fortress itself seems to be used as an amphitheatre for some events which, I can imagine, must be an amazing experience itself. Definitely worth couple of...More
There is old auditorium and big stage with stone walls around it. It's very interesting to go inside and through stone corridors and on the stairs. And there is also beautiful view from the fortress on the town.
This is located in the old town at Herceg Novi and is well worth a visit. The views are beautiful and it is amazing how well preserved this fortress is. Also much much quieter and less touristy than Old Town Kotor so a much more...More
Stunning views of the bay and town even on a grey day! 140 steps from the ClockTower Square. Used as an open air venue in the summer. You can walk along the walls, some steps are quite narrow so be careful. A bargain at €2...More