For other places with the same name, see Bar (disambiguation).

Bar is a major port for Montenegro.

The oldest olive tree in the world, in Bar

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The Old Town of Bar, 4 km far from the coast, is the most significant among the numerous cultural-historical monuments of this town, a witness to its turbulent history. These old bricks are deaf witnesses of numerous conquerors and different cultures.

Bar is a touristy city, mostly in summer. Season goes roughly from May to September. There are tourist facilities, restaurants, sport fields, trade and a marina with 1050 berths. Off season, virtually everything will be closed (cafés, restaurants, hotels, and of course tourist information centers).

For the airports in Podgorica or Tivat take a bus or a Taxi, from Podgorica you can also take the train, and then continue a local taxi to the airport.

Alternatively, take an one-hour drive by a car. It is possible to reach Podgorica airport through a taxi service. A transfer should cost €30 for a vehicle up to four passengers, and €60 for a minivan up to eight passengers.

  • 42.087474519.10524611 Željeznička stanica (Railway station), +382 301615. both day and night trains departing from Belgrade and Podgorica. Trains can often be slower than buses and those arriving in Bar (the end of the line) are almost always extremely late (from 20 min to more than an hour) because of delays in other places. (updated Mar 2016)

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