Gornja Tuzla is located in northeastern Bosnia on the final slopes of the mountain Majevica, with upper stream of smaller river Jala, dislocated around 10 km northeast from modern city of Tuzla. The site is intensively destroyed, with the majority of damage belonging to the youngest layers. Conducting his research back ih 1960’s, Čović calculated the surface of the site between 12 and 15 hectares. On the surface of the site, at the bottom of tell, it is possible to see the remains of red coarse pottery which belongs to the Starčevo culture. So far, two trenches were excavated on the site. First one was opened 1958, where Čović managed to create a stratigraphy for Gornja Tuzla settlement which is still admitted in scientific circles. Owing to mentioned excavations, it is known that the oldest layers of the site belongs to the Starčevo culture of Middle Neolithic period, which was later inherited by the younger Neolithic Vinča culture, and later on even younger Eneolithic cultures which demonstrate the continuity of tell’s life. Second excavation took place in 2008/09 when smaller trench was open but the results of those works have not been published yet, since there are only remains of pottery in Museum without any documentation that will provide more detailed information. In this paper, the idea is to sum up all relevant information about settlement in Gornja Tuzla with the results of previous excavations as well as presenting the site’s chronology in frame of contemporary chronological schemes of the Middle and Late Neolithic of SE Europe. Gornja Tuzla presents one of the western-most tells in Europe, therefore, playing a crucial role in understanding of transitional Middle-to-Late Neolithic processes as well as disintegration of the Neolithic Period belonging to fading away of the Vinča Culture in general sense. This work is one of the first stages in preparing a new, detailed archaeological project which is in initial phase.