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Jajce & Travnik

Jajce & Travnik

85€ per person

Visit Jajce, the capital of Bosnian kingdom dating from 15th century. Apart from Jajce, you will also visit natural wonders surrounding the Pliva lake and a small town Travnik, city dating from Ottomans period.

 

Jajce & Travnik Tour

 

Jajce is a city in north Bosnia and the city represents the capital of Bosnian Kingdom during the 14th century. It has significant importance in historical segment, and is also one of the most visited tourist destination in Bosnia & Herzegovina. The town has gates as fortifications, as well as a castle with walls which lead to the various gates around the town. Jajce was the residence of the last Bosnian king Stjepan Tomašević, where he was slain.

 

Apart from the fortress, Jajce is also a home of a wonderful waterfall. The town is famous for its beautiful 22-metre (72 ft) high waterfall where the Pliva River meets the river Vrbas. Visiting the Royal Fortress, Mlincici complex, Pliva springs and Katakombe Museum will take your breath away and make you fall in love with this unique cultural complex.

 

On the road to Jajce, there is the second, small town named Travnik. Travnik is indeed a city with a soul which is a representation of Bosnian culture and lifestyle of local people during the Ottoman period. It is worth and important to point out that Travnik kept almost the same appearance as during Ottoman period. Numerous mosques, houses and fountains are still witnessing leftovers from Ottomans era. The city’s old town dates back to the early 15th century, making it one of the most popular widely accessible sites from that time.

 

Not included in the price:

– Entrance fee to the Jajce waterfall – 2€

 

We are proud to say that we are the first and the only tour & travel agency in Bosnia and Herzegovina that offers online bookings and credit card payments. We highly value your precious time so to fully book the tour with us will take just a few minutes. 

 

Book Jajce & Travnik tour now with just a few clicks on the link below.

 

  • Destination
  • Departure
    Pick up and drop off is provided at your place of stay in Sarajevo area
  • Departure Time
    8 AM
  • Return Time
    Approximately 7:00 PM
  • Dress Code
    Casual - In summer light - In winter warm according to weather conditions
  • Included
    Hotel pickup and drop off
    Private transport
    Professional guide
  • Not Included
    Entrance fees
    Free admission
    Hotel accommodation
    Meals and drinks
1
Sarajevo
Pick up is made at your place of stay in Sarajevo area.
2
Travnik
After an hour drive from Sarajevo, our first stop is Travnik, a small city with perfect representation of Ottoman architecture. Travnik kept almost the same appearance as during Ottoman period with numerous mosques, houses and fountains. As the best introduction to the tour that follows, we included visit to a fortress that lifts over the city and represents the witness of a different time that this place went through. The exhibition it the small museum inside of fortress will make you well prepared for the visit to Jajce town. Do not forget your camera. This is the best point to make some great shots. In Tavnik you can try Bosnian coffee served in a very Bosnian way. 
3
Jajce
Visit a famous Jajce waterfall where Pliva river meets river Vrbas. This natural monument is located in the very center of the town and has been named one of twelve most beautiful waterfalls in the world. Whether you are standing beneath it or looking down from above, the Pliva waterfall creates a spectacular view!
4
Pliva watermills
After a history lesson, you will have opportunity to enjoy the nature and surrounding lakes. Take a deep breath, and feel the beauty of green side of Jajce. Visit a wonderful Pliva watermills, a perfect place for unique photos.
Tours Reviews
  • Ariyanti - Singapore
    FANTASTIC private guide

    My husband and I went for the Medieval Bosnia Tour. It was a totally fantastic experience especially because we had an excellent private guide, Edin. He was the perfect ambassador to Bosnia as he unfolds the rich history of his country of birth. He was more than just a guide but more like a close friend. He went out of his way to give us more than expected. My husband and I believe that anyone can be easily obtain infirmation about the history of any country online, but the perspectives of the locals like Edin and his warm, friendly nature is what makes the trip meaningful and gives us a deeper insight of the country. We were very happy with his enthusiasm and passion in sharing with us about Bosnia, that we booked him again for a trip up the olympics mountain the following day!
    Best experience ever! Book your guide now, do not hesitate. Thank you Edin, for the wonderful experience. God bless.

  • Kumaraguru - Irleand
    Excellent Service

    My tour guide Edin, was amazing. I absolutely loved the tour and I would most certainly recommend it to anyone visiting Sarajevo. Brilliant service I must say. 10/10

  • Jorge - Portugal
    Admir !!

    Guia Admir formidável, afável e inteligente

  • Peter - Switzerland
    Super !!!

    Super Tour mit einem Super Guide (Jenny).
    Schöne Landschaft. Interessante Tour. Jenny ist super sympathisch, weiss sehr viel
    und kümmert sich um alles. So macht das Reisen Spass.

  • Tamas - Slovakia
    Great tour with great organizing and a fantastic tour guide

    Planning our visit to Bosnia we quickly realized that most travel companies there organize the same trips in the same price range, so choosing between them was kind of random. However, after going to Jajce with Invicta, we have changed all of our plans to go with them again as soon as possible.
    First of all, Invicta office was really nice and flexible, answering to our emails at midnight as well.
    Secondly, what the company does not really advertise (no idea why) is that these tours are really low-number, or private tours. I have managed to go privately with my girlfriend to both this tour and the Mostar tour for the same price. Considering that other travel agencies go with big groups, this is a HUGE advantage.
    And lastly, our tour guide Safet was just the best. He is such a nice, interesting, funny and knowledgeable guy, I could have spent the whole week with him.
    Jajce is a really great place, definitely worth the visit! I think I liked Mostar a bit better, but still, definitely check out those waterfalls!

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