Mount Zlatibor is located in southwestern Serbia, near the border with Bosnia and Herzegovina, occupying the area between 17° 14’ and 17° 28́’eastern latitude and 40° 36́’ northern longitude. It spreads in the direction of the Dinaric mountain range, from northwest to southeast, 55 km long and 22 km wide.
Zlatibor is 230 km from Belgrade (Serbia’s capital), 33 km from Novi Sad, and 250 km from Montenegro’s capital Podgorica.
You can reach Zlatibor travelling along the E-760 Belgrade-Petrovac road. Apart from being connected with Montenegro via the main road going to the Adriatic coast, Zlatibor is also connected with Republika Srpska and Bosnia and Herzegovina. Zlatibor is 160 km from Bjeljina and 400 km from Banja Luka. It is around 150 km from the international road E-75 (Corridor 10). Corridor 11, which is currently being constructed, will connect Zlatibor with Corridor 10, making it possible to travel to this wonderful mountain much more quickly and conveniently.It is possible to reach Zlatibor from the capital city of Serbia by the following routes:
Zlatibor bus station is located in the town centre, and has excellent connections with other cities across Serbia. Some of the cities with regular bus connections to Zlatibor are Belgrade, Novi Sad, Niš, Subotica, Sombor, Kragujevac, Vranje, and Leskovac.
There are also bus lines linking Zlatibor to other cities across the region, such as Skopje, Podgorica, Herceg Novi, Žabljak, Pljevlja, and Bijelo Polje.
|2016 Sumer timetable|
|Belgrade bus station||06:10 ׀ 06:45 ׀ 07:30 ׀ 08:00 ׀ 09:30 ׀ 09:45 ׀ 10:45 ׀ 11:20 ׀ 12:00 12:35 ׀ 13:00 ׀ 14:00 ׀ 15:15 ׀ 15:25 ׀ 16:40 ׀ 16:45 ׀ 18:25 ׀ 19:00 19:45 ׀ 21:15 ׀ 23:30|
|Novi Sad bus station||06:05 ׀ 07:40 ׀ 09:00 ׀ 12:25 ׀ 13:40 ׀ 15:45|
|Niš bus station||05:30 ׀ 07:20 ׀ 10:30|
Belgrade bus station (BAS) has direct connections with the countries in the surrounding region and across Europe: Austria, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Greece, Denmark, Italy, Macedonia, Hungary, Germany, the Republika Srpska, Slovakia, Slovenia, France, Holland, Croatia, Montenegro, the Check Republic, Switzerland, and Sweden.
The Belgrade-Bar railway passes through the mountain. Užice railway station, 25 km from Zlatibor, is the best for those visiting Zlatibor as from there they can catch the local bus to the centre of Zlatibor. There are 6 trains daily running from Belgrade to Uzice, including domestic and international lines in addition to the 15 busses serving the same route.
Note: Belgrade railway station is connected to the following capital cities and tourist destinations: Moscow, Warsaw, Prague, Sofia, Budapest, Vienna, Minsk, Skopje, Ljubljana, Zagreb, Thessaloniki, Zurich, Timisoara, Varna, Burges, Podgorica, Bar…
Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport (248 km from Zlatibor) allows people from all four corners of the globe to reach Serbia.
Very soon there will be another airport, Ponikve, near the city of Užice, which will initially be served by charter flights, as well as offering services for smaller planes with up to 10 seats.Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport Timetable
Note: Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport has connections with more than 50 European and world capitals and other international centres, such as: New York, London, Paris, Moscow, Warsaw, Rome, Milan, Munich, Dusseldorf, Abu Dhabi, Brussels, Berlin, Stuttgart, Beirut, Ljubljana, Prague, Zurich, Copenhagen, Bucharest, Frankfurt, Amsterdam, Istanbul, Vienna, Podgorica, Zagreb, Skopje, Banja Luka, Malmo ….17 car-rental agencies have offices at the international arrivals area of Terminal 2, offering services to international visitors.