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  • Central Bosnia is teeming with important historical heritage sites and natural beauty, and Travnik and Jajce are must-visit towns.

    Now home to 28 protected historical buildings, Travnik was the seat of the Bosnian Eyalet during the Ottoman period and is referred to as “the Vizier’s Town.”

    You’ll visit one of the best-preserved fortresses from the Middle Ages, and enjoy a view of the old town and traditional Bosnian houses. Author and Nobel Laureate, Ivo Andrić, was born in Travnik, and his house is now a museum. You’ll see the unique Colored Mosque (Sulejman’s Mosque), Elči Ibrahim Pasha Madrasa (an Islamic high school founded in 1706), as well as the 18th century clock tower. You’ll take a break beside Šumeće, a creek that runs into the beautiful Plava Voda (Blue Water) Spring, next to the famous Lutvina Kafa.

    Founded in the 14th century, Jajce is a “royal” town and serves as an open-air museum. Located at the confluence of the Pliva and Vrbas Rivers, it has many historical monuments, and, wherever you look, there is the wonderful, 27-meter-high waterfall down below. This town is sure to delight! Your guide will tell you stories about the main attractions, and you’ll visit the Catacombs, an underground church built right into the rock.

    You’ll pay a visit to the nearby Pliva Lakes, another beautiful natural site, as well as Mlinčića, a complex featuring wooden water wheels that have stood the test of time for the past four centuries.


    There must be at least two people for the tour to be given; reservations are required.

    The cost of the tour includes: a guide, transportation, pickup and drop-off at your hotel/apartment. Tickets for attractions are not included in price.

    The tour is given in English, and if you'd like to reserve a spot on a tour that is given in the local languages, Spanish, Arabic or Turkish, we ask that you contact the Meet Bosnia Travel Agency directly.

    Recommendation: Bring your camera, some food and something to drink.

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