The small, historical city of Travnik is situated at Bosnia’s geographical heart on the Lašva River and flanked by the imposing mountains of Vlasic to the north and Vilenica to the south.

This favorable geographic position saw it become residence of early Ottoman rulers whose influence on the city’s culture and heritage is still evident today.

The ancient fortress which defended the city for centuries still dominates the cityscape, while the 15th century Old Town area is remarkably well preserved with its oriental homes, Colored mosque, two clock towers, fountains, Ivo Andrić museum, Plava voda, …