Travnik is a small city in Central Bosnia.


A city of 27,000,Travnik is built in the Lašva river valley. The city has a long history dating back to Roman times.

Largely spared from fighting and industrialisation, Travnik offers historical Ottoman buildings and a generally relaxed atmosphere. Mountains resorts in the area offer a range of hiking and winter sport activities.

Get around

The central area is easy to access by foot, with a tunnel near the mosque allowing easy access to the fortress on the opposite side of the main road.



A number of stalls selling souvenirs and trinkets can be found in the market under the Suleimania Mosque.


A handful of reasonably priced cafes largely serving Bosnian dishes are located around the main square and riverside.


Go next

Bus and road links allow easy access to Sarajevo, Zenica, and Jajce

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