Landmarks and features:
- Traditional homemade lunch under a bell on the organic farm Šalak
- Fish Grill in a beautiful oasis called Pearl of Ugar
- Adventures visit to Aqua Park Ribica
Travnik is a town in central Bosnia and Herzegovina, 90 km west from Sarajevo, and it is a capital of the Central Bosnia Canton. Lašva River flows through the city of Travnik, from west to east, before it confluences with the River of Bosna. City of Travnik is situated in a large Lašva Valley.
Travnik lies at an altitude of 514 meters above the sea level. Its most prominent geographical features are the Mountain of Vilenica and Vlašić, concord by the Vlachs by which it has received its name. Mountain of Vlašić is one of the highest mountains in Bosnia and Herzegovina, with a height of 1943 meters above the sea level.
Mountain of Vlašić makes a great place for skiing, hiking and sledding.
Travnik has a strong cultural heritage, which dates from the period when this city was the seat of Ottoman’s Empire, responsible for the Bosnian Eyelet. The old part of Travnik exists since the time of Bosnian independence, from the first half of the 15th century. The city has many mosques, churches, Oriental houses, clock towers, fountains, streets, and graves of important historical figures, and all stated examples represent Ottoman architecture. City Museum, built in 1950th, is one of the most impressive cultural institutions in the region.
The old town dates from the early 15th century. As with many Bosnian towns, Travnik tourism is largely based on history and geography.