The Old Town of Bar, which is 4km far from the coast, is the most significant among the numerous cultural-historical monuments, what witnesses to the turbulent history of this town. The remnants of the town are deaf witnesses of numerous conquerors and different cultures. On the postcard of Bar there are tourist facilities, restaurants, sport fields, trade and a marina with 1050 berths.
Serbian Railways  offers both day and night trains departuring from Novi Sad, making stop-overs in several cities including Belgrade, Niš, and Podgorica along the way. Also, there is a seasonal long-distance night train from Moscow via Kiev and Budapest taking four nights.
The bus station in Bar is located 2 km from centre, 300 m from train station. Frequent buses operate along the coast to Kotor and Budva. The journey to Podgorica takes a little over an hour, journeys to Ulcinj take about 30 minutes and journeys north to Budva and Kotor take one hour and just under two hours respectively. If you're heading to Bar's beaches in Susanj then you can ask to be let off the buses (for those coming from Podgorica, Budva and Kotor) in Susanj rather than having to walk all the way back from the bus station.
During the summer months there is a local bus service running between Sutomare (about 5km north along the coast) and Bar. Services are hourly. Bar is a small city and everywhere is walkable. The walk between Bar and the beaches in Susanj will take about 30 minutes or taxi drivers will be happy to take you.
There is a hourly local bus from the Bar centre passing by the the bus and train stations to Stari bar for € 0,50 each way (note that this information differs from the information given by Lonely Planet).