A halfway between the Adriatic Sea and Lake Scutari (the largest in the Balkans) Bar is a lovely city of Montenegro, in southern Dalmatia.
The Italian toponym is Antibari (or Antivari) and there are two different theses on its origins: some say it refers to the Roman castle Antipargal of the sixth century; the other explanation, on the other hand, is that the topos derives from the geographical position of the city, mirroring that of Bari, in Italy.
Be that as it may, there is no doubt that the connections between the Apulian capital and the Montenegrin city are very intense, especially during the tourist season. In fact, Bar is the ideal starting point for discovering the countless beauties of Montenegro.
A connection city that, in addition to the port (the most important infrastructure in the area), can count on the Sozina tunnel which has shortened travel times with the capital Podgorica, and on the railway connection with Belgrade, the capital of Serbia.