Inside the walls of Kotor Old Town.
We had a couple of hours here with a 30 minute guided tour of the old town, introducing us to the history. Again the architecture was incredible. The extremely narrow streets were filled with people, both tourists and locals going about their day.
The markets, shops and houses were nestled securely inside the solid walls.
It was from here that we walked up the hill behind the Old Town to capture the entire view of the town and the bay. While up there, a massive cruiseship arrived, absolutely swamping the town with it's domination of the view. Luckily we got photos before it's arrival.
I love lanterns! And these were just gorgeous.
Daytrips are great for solo travellers!
I would recommend breaking up your solo travel with daytrips. It's nice to spend some quality time with fellow travellers. I personally found it a bit of a break from the organisation and self-management required on solo travel.
From Dubrovnik, I did a boating daytrip out from Hvar - although there were only three of us in total, but our guide Dino made up for it! And I had another daytrip booked to Mljet National Park from Korcula, but the weather meant the sailing ship stayed in port, so I took a ferry instead. Even so, a lot of people on the ferry were stopping at Mljet, we all ended up going the same way, and then back to Korcula on the ferry, so by the end of the day, it felt like an organised daytrip!
So, if you are travelling solo, consider a daytrip. It can be fun.
And if you're down in Dubrovnik - definitely consider a daytrip to Montenegro. It's well worth it!