Bar is the largest city on the southern coast of Montenegro with a population of 37,000, protected by the Rumija massif (1593 m above sea level). The Bar is a relatively new city to see on the unusual architecture of the city. On the slopes of Rumi, 3 km from Bar, there are remains of an ancient town, the precursor of the Bar, founded in the 9th century, after an explosion called the “Ghost Town”. Admire the Bishop’s Palace from 14-15. century, small churches of St. Catherine and St. Venery, Turkish baths or remains of the Venetian aqueduct. The center of the Bar is not distinctive, it is worth to visit the palace for King Nikola I, built in the 19th century and nowadays operating as a historical and archaeological museum, which lies in a garden full of exotic woods. The most beautiful part of the town is Topolica, which is 500 m from the harbor, which runs all year ferries from Italy, Greece and Slovenia. In the vicinity of the town are large olive trees, in the village near Mirovica is growing 2000 year old olive tree, the oldest in the world, 2700 year old olive tree, allegedly grew near the village of Dobra Voda and planted by the Phoenicians.