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Bar (Italian: Antivari) is a coastal town and seaport in southern Montenegro. It's the capital of the Bar Municipality and a center for tourism. Bar is a shortened form of Antivari, which is derived from the town's location across the Adriatic Sea from Bari, Italy.
Local archaeological findings date to the Neolithic era. It is assumed that Bar was mentioned as the reconstructed Roman castle, Antipargal, in the 6th century. The name Antibarium was quoted for the first time in the 10th century.
Bar is located on the coastal western border of Montenegro on the shore of the Adriatic Sea. It is approximately 53 kilometres from Podgorica, the capital of Montenegro. To the east is the largest lake in the Balkans, Lake Skadar. To the west, across the sea, is Italy.
Bar is the administrative centre of Bar Municipality, which includes the town of Sutomore and other small coastal towns. The municipality of Bar is divided into 12 communes (mjesna zajednica), consisting of 83 settlements.
Although there are some nice stony beaches in Bar itself, many tourists choose destinations in other small towns in the Bar municipality, notably Sutomore, with its beautiful long sandy beach. The natural area around Bar is mostly untouched and is rich in vegetation. The Bar municipality stretches to the southern shore of Skadar lake and encompasses Krajina region. This entire area is suitable for leisure activities and hiking. Smaller settlements near Bar, such as Dobra Voda, Sutomore and Čanj, are a favourite destination for sunbathing, as they incorporate long sandy beaches.
Places of interest
The Old Olive of Mirovica is said to be one of the oldest olive trees in Europe and one of the oldest trees in the world. In 1957, it was placed under state protection. Numerous legends and traditions are associated with the tree. For instance, families that had a dispute would come to the tree to make peace. This explains its name, Mirovica, mir meaning peace.
King Nikola’s palace was built in 1885. It was a present from King Nikola to his daughter Princess Zorka and his son-in-law, Prince Petar Karađorđević. The construction included a large palace, a little palace, a chapel, guardhouses and a winter garden. In 1910, a spacious ballroom was added. A botanic garden has Mediterranean vegetation including a cork tree. There is also a large flower garden in a stainless steel structure of interesting shape. it was a gift from King Emmanuel of Italy to King Nikola. It is now a restaurant called Knjaževa bašta (The Duke’s Garden). At the front of the palace, there was a wooden pier. Between 1866 and 1916, King Nikola owned ten yachts. One of them, Sibil, was bought from Jules Verne, the novelist. The last yacht bought was the Rumija. In 1915, it was sunk in the Bar harbour by the Austro-Hungarian navy. The palace complex houses the Bar city museum. It is also used as a venue for festivals, concerts, exhibitions and literary events.
Nehaj Fortress, partially preserved, is located near the small seaside town of Sutomore. It has been held by both Venetians and Ottoman Turks. It was first recorded as the 16th century Fortezza dei Spizi, a Venetian fortified town.
The Bar Aqueduct was constructed during the 16th and 17th centuries.
Sarajevo has two bus stations: main bus station and bus station in east part of the cuty, in Lukavica.
The main Sarajevo bus station is located near the city center, near the main railway station. The main bus station is the starting point for most buses to the rest of Bosnia and Herzegovina, as well as to international for Croatia, Slovenia and Western Europe. For buses which operate to destinations in Serbia and Montenegro and the Republic of Serbian starting station is Lukovica.
The main bus station in Sarajevo is large and spacious. There are more than 10 platform. Inside the station there are cafes and small restaurants, with shops and kebab stores. Inside and outside the station there are kiosks. The station also has a toilet. Cellular service are charged 1 KM. Near the station is the main train station.
Address: Put Life 2, 71000, Sarajevo
Phone: +387 33 21 31 00
Bus station Lukavica is located in the eastern part of Sarajevo, so if you are in the center, we recommend a cab ride or trolley bus No.103 or 107 that goes to the station Dobrinja. The bus station Lukavica from Dobrinja station is 2 minutes on foot. Keep in mind that driving a trolley bus takes a long time and tend to be large crowds. Therefore, if you are traveling with luggage, consider that you take a taxi, which is relatively cheap in Sarajevo. The station has covered platforms, cafe, restaurant, shop and waiting room. Exit the platform is controlled and is not possible without a ticket. Bus station East Sarajevo is open every day from 05h to 22h.
Address: Srpskih vladara 2, 71123, Istočno Sarajevo
Phone: +387 57 317 377