The Special Session of the MHCL 2019 Conference – Port and Logistics will be held in June 2019, in Bar, Montenegro, with the organization, guest lectures and papers presentations in Hotel Princess, Bar, in Conference Room showed on the following pictures.
HOTEL PRINCESS (4 stars) is located at the most attractive part of Bar, nearby the promenade along the sea shore, and is surrounded by lush vegetation, museum complex and sport terraines. Rooms and apartments are comfortable and contemporarily designed, with exceptional views of the marina, beach and sea, palace and mountains at the town s hinterland. Hotel has 135 rooms, which offer modern comfort: mini bar, air conditioner, satelite & cable TV, safety deposit box, as well as all neccessary accesories and room service.
Choose the bathroom you want: with bath tub and shower bath tub; only with bath tub or only with shower bath tub. Our restaurants offer specialties of national & international cuisine, various drinks, accompanied with good service. Lobby & Piano bar are pleasant spaces for rest, while having a drink and conversation with business partners or friends. You can enjoy and also have a drink or try some sweets or cakes at the Pool bar, from which you can go out to the pool and spacious terrace of the hotel.
More information on this page: https://www.hotelprincess.me/Hotel-Princess-Montenegro/1/Home.shtml
Conference Rooms in the hotel Princess:
Bar is a coastal town and seaport in southern Montenegro and it is the capital of the Bar Municipality and a center for tourism. As mentioned, Bar is located on the coastal western border of Montenegro on the shore of the Adriatic Sea. It is approximately 53 kilometres (33 mi) 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. A census in 2011 recorded 42 thousand people in the Bar Municipality, while the Bar city had about 18 thousand inhabitants.
Regarding the climate, Bar has a wind blowing from the south about 88 days a year, mostly during the winter. The southern wind is very soft and warm but raises the waves in the sea. The temperature is as in July – about 28 °C (82 °F). There are approximately 2160 sunny hours a year. Thanks to this good climate the coastal part of Bar supports maquis shrubland with oak, laurel, Spanish broom, oleander, asparagus and others. To the north and the mountains, there are oak and beech forests. Citrus fruits including tangerine, orange and lemon grow in the Bar area as do pomegranates, olives, and figs.
The economy of Bar relies upon the Port of Bar, the Belgrade–Bar railway and the Sozina tunnel. The Port of Bar is the most recognizable feature of the city. It occupies 3,100 m of seacoast, land area of 800 ha and aquatorium of 200ha. It is capable of reloading 5 million tons of goods annually. In 1976, the Belgrade – Bar railway was opened. It made the Adriatic coast accessible to tourists, and transport to the Port of Bar. The centre for subtropical cultures, founded in 1937, is the oldest scientific institution in Montenegro. Tourism is also a major part of Bar's economy.
Places of interest for touristic visits are the following:
Old Olive of Mirovica – about 2000 years old
King Nikola Palace
Botanic garden around the Palace
Museum in the Palace
Mount Rumija (under the snow)
Holy Trinity Church on the top of Mount Rumija
Beach of Šušanj
Beach Veliki Pijesak
The first phase of the reconstruction was completed in 1965. The second phase that had in its plan an annual turnover of cca 5 million tons of cargo was almost completed, when the catastrophic earthquake struck in 1979, destroying more than half of its modern port facilities.
The reconstruction and renewal of the port's facilities started in 1981 and today's port of Bar, capable of handling cca 5 million tons of cargo, officially began operations on July 13, 1983.
Today, it is equipped to handle over 5 million tons of cargo annually, though the breakup of the former Yugoslavia and the size of the Montenegrin industrial sector has resulted in the port operating at a loss and well below capacity for several years. The reconstruction of the Belgrade-Bar railway and the proposed Belgrade-Bar motorway are expected to bring the port back up to capacity.
Port of Bar operates with the following terminals:
Ro-Ro terminal in Port of Bar
Ferry terminal in Port of Bar
Container terminal in Bar
Port of Adria, as a structural part of Port of Bar, is located on the western border of Bar in Montenegro. Strategically located non-EU port in the Adriatic region. Global Ports Holding acquired the operating rights of Port of Adria through privatization in 2013. GPH owns 62.09% shares in Port of Adria. Port of Adria is a multipurpose port featuring quay length of 1,440 m with dedicated terminals for container ships, general cargo ships, RO RO and cruise ships.
Cruise ship in Cruise Terminal – Port of Adria
General Cargo terminal in Bar
Marina Bar is located in the heart of the bay of Bar, 42 0 05 'N and 19 0 05' E, has a very attractive geographical and geopolitical position. Situated in the city center, next to the city beach surrounded by high quality infra and supra structure consisting of hotels, restaurants, banks, post office, Harbor Master.
Due to its favorable geographic position Marina Bar is an ideal starting point for sailing the picturesque Montenegrin coast, bays and harbors.
Marina Bar is located in the city center and is surrounded by restaurants, cafes, shopping centers, green market, post office, banks, museums, cultural and historical monuments.
Its advantages are numerous: security, technical and human resources, a high level of safety and concern for people and property, proximity to airports and railways. AD Marina Bar is providing the following services and services information:
AD Marina Bar gates and area
Pier in the AD Marina Bar in the summer season
The AD Marina Bar has been awarded the exclusive "Blue Flag" eco-label since 2017. Owned and run by the independent non-profit organisation Foundation for Environmental Education (FEE), the Blue Flag Programme works towards attaining sustainable development at beaches and marinas by having them meet strict criteria regarding their water quality, environmental education, information, safety, management and other services.
Ceremony of Blue Flag Programme award, June 2017
Also, at the end of May 2017, AD Marina Bar became the first marina in Montenegro to be certified with ISO 9001:2015 and ISO14001:2015. TÜV Rheinland awarded the certifications.
Integrated Management System (ISO 9001:2015 & ISO 14001:2015) award by TUV Rheinland in AD Marina Bar