a sleepy, baroque town in the Kotor Bay of Montenegro. The most significant and beautiful buildings were built in the XVII-XVIII century under the Venetian Republic, and was one of the rare towns in the Balkans that have never been occupied by the Ottoman Empire. Yet still, the buildings haven’t been touched since their construction to preserve the history of this little town of only about 350 citizens today. At that time, during the climax of the town’s glory, the seafaring captains built magnificent villas that capture the true spirit and beauty even five centuries later. Perast is a quiet and peaceful place that abounds in sacred monuments. A beautiful summer destination fit for any generation.