Located in centLocated in central Bosnia, Travnik is a nice place to visit, although it suffered from the war. include the Plava Voda (Blue Water), Stari Grad (oldest part), Osoje (traditional architecture).
Although it's is rather small, it takes less than 30 minutes to walk from one part of town to another, it's very fun for history enthusiasts. 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.
Travnik is a picturesque city with the charisma of a visibly eventful past. It was the birthplace of Noble Laureate Ivo Andric, who commemorated his hometown in many of his works and whose birth house is home to an impressive museum.