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€