The bus from PODGORICA to KRUŠEVAC pass through the cities of BERANE, KRALJEVO, NOVI PAZAR, RAŠKA, ROŽAJE (depending on the route). On this route there is only one departure. The road is about 392 km. Average length of travel according to the timetable is 08 hours and 30 mins.
As the bus crosses the border during the tourist season unforeseen maintenance are possible. Be sure to bring your identification documents. Bus crew will create a list of the names of passengers before crossing the border. Luggage is usually paid per bag on all departures depending on the carrier.
Buses are generally high-class with air conditioning, ABS, comfortable passenger seats and similar.
Timetable From PODGORICA to KRUŠEVAC can be found for days:
Bus companies which operate from PODGORICA to KRUŠEVAC are:KANIS.
Bus station Podgorica is located near the city center (approximately 900 meters). With over 300 departures, 100 carriers and over one milion travelers per year bus station Podgorica is the most importante bus terminalin Montenegro. The bus station is close to the railway station. Nearby the station is hotel Terminus and shopping centar ''Mall of Montenegro''. Podgorica bus station has many facilities as cafe, stores, restaurants, post, bank, parking, tourist and rent-a-car agency, WiFi, WC..etc... Staff is kind and ready to answer to all of your questions. You can reach station by public transport: bus 6. With that bus you can go to the city center – hotel Crna Gora and National Theatre.
- Box Offices Opening hours: 00:00-24:00
- Phone: +382 (0)20 620 430
- working hours: 06:00-22:00
- price for luggage is for 24 h: 2,00€
You can't exit to stations departure platform if you haven't bought a bus ticket or validated a return ticket or bought a platform ticket at the ticket office.
- Linija 6 - Željeznička stanica - Zlatica
Kruševac is a city located in the central part of Serbia, in the valley of West, on the Rasina river. Kruševac today has over 75,000 residents in the city and around 140,000 inhabitants in the municipality. The municipality of Krusevac includes 101 settlement. Kruševac is the center of the Rasina region. Kruševac municipality covers an area of 854 square kilometers.
It is known as the medieval Serbian capital.
It is located in Kruševac basin which includes composite Western Morava valley and stretches between Levač and Temnić in the north,Župa, Kopaonik and Jastrebac on the south and Kraljevački Basin and Ibar valley to the west.
The castle was built by Prince Lazar in 1371. It was first mentioned in 1387, the charter of which Prince Lazar confirms earlier trading privileges of Dubrovnik.
Kruševac used to be a strong economic center with a specially developed metal - processing ( "14 October") and chemical industry (HI "Župa", "Merima", "- Trayal -" and "Rubin").
Nowdays Kruševac has more than 1500 private companies and more than 3500 independent action of various activities.
In folk-Slavic mythology Sveti Vid means the supreme, all-seeing deity. The Serbian folk tradition St. Vitus Day is celebrated as the day of the Battle of Kosovo in 1389. Therefore, it is Serbian church since 1892, officially announced and included in your stay, and after the prophet Amos and St. Lazar. The most important holiday for the city of Kruševac is certainly the St. Vitus Day, deeply rooted in the minds of the population in these areas as the day the death of Prince Lazar in fighting for his country and people. Is celebrated with all the attributes of the city's glory, as well as ghosts or St. Three. On St. Vitus Day is also every year, in the church Lazarici, gives importance to Kosovo, but also all other disappeared Serbian warriors in a war of liberation. In the past, that day and held fair, the largest in Krusevac. Fairs or trade shows, once an important aspect of trade, were introduced in Krusevac when and in the whole of Serbia, Decree 1839. Apart from the Vidovdan, were held at the Annunciation, April 7, St. Elijah, 2 August and on the "Nativity of the Virgin", 21 September, which is still in use today. Guild fame, once an important feature of civil society, when the various guilds, societies and associations, mostly humanitarian character, celebrate their patron saint - the patron (the oldest guilds in Krusevac are pottery from 1839, mumdžijski from 1842, trade-Bakalski from 1846 meandžijski 1848 ...) remained at only at a humanitarian society 'good nature', or 'bad luck, rowdy and Namco ", specific to this city, which gathers every year the ninth Tuesday of Christmas, by cultivating their own rules of conduct.
About 35% of the total area of the city is covered by forests. The largest forest complex is spread over Jastrebac mountain. The territory of the City of Kruševac is also known for its significant sources of mineral and geothermal waters (White Water Fishermen Spa, Lomnica, Abar, Čitluk).