The oldest olive tree in the world. Bar, Montenegro
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.
Bar is the final destination of the overnight train that runs from Niš across all of Serbia and Montenegro ending in Bar. The trip, including a sleeper car, costs about 25 EUR. Very nice scenery between Bar and Belgrade.
Bar is a major port in Montenegro. It is possible to take a ferry to Bari (daily), Ancona and Durrës (bi-weekly). See: .
Well served with public transport especially to other coastal towns and Podgorica during summer. Bus station located approx. 2 km from centre, 300 m from train station.
There are frequent buses from/to Bar that run up and down the Montenegro coast.
Vila Jadran Apartments: tel: +382 85 305 064, mob: +382 69 493 940, www.vilajadran.users.cg.yu. Pleasant home with 2 floors of rooms approximately 2 km from the Bar Old Town and 1 km to the beach. Rooms are clean and basic, but baths are shared. Parking is available.
'HTP Korali tel: +382 85 300 100 email: email@example.com [www.hotelprincess-montenegro.com] 4* hotel directly facing the Adriatic and the Bar Boardwalk. Singles starting from 80€ to 110€. Doubles from 130€ to 200€. Parking, fitness centre and other amenities.