An Open Museum Tour
Travnik city tour is a tour of the historical town of economy and trade, the historical capital of the Ottoman empire governors.
Where is Travnik city?
Travnik city is located in the valley of the River Lašva. Today, Travnik is a small city of 57,543 people. But from 1699 to 1850 it was the governor’s capital of the Bosnian Ottoman Empire. An Ottoman Vizier town still considered an inevitable destination of Central Bosnia. It is some 90 km away from Sarajevo, about an hour and 10 minutes drive through the Sarajevo Motorway.
Why is Travnik city so Special?
The Travnik city is often called the European Istanbul due to the oriental structures such as the colorful mosque of Sultan Sulejman. On the Travnik City Tour, we will visit the Old Town of Travnik where you can smell the alluring aroma of Ćevapćići of Travnik, the traditional Bosnian meatballs. We will then visit the home of Nobel Prize Winner Ivo Andrić, which is now a museum of the writer’s works and possessions.
The Valley of Lašva and Travnik were famous for its wealthy structures during the roman Empire and the Ottoman Empire. One of the most impressive structures is the Travnik Fortress which still stands on top of a hill and can be seen upon entering the town of Travnik.
Relaxing In Travnik
Before leaving Travnik we will visit a famous local restaurant. This restaurant has existed for centuries and it became famous by the book of Ivo Andric, The Travnik Chronicles. This a great place to refresh, relax and enjoy a traditional Travnik meal.
Travnik City Tour Price: 59,00 € per person
*PLEASE NOTE that the prices are based on 3 person groups. For more information please contact us at email@example.com or phone number +387 62 143 144.
Travnik City Tour Includes:
- Licensed tour guide
- Entrance fees
- Lunch and coffee in most popular Travnik’s restaurant
- Transfer in a brand new 2018 AC van
- All taxes
- Meeting point: Personal pick-ups, drop offs,
- Discount for larger groups
Duration of the tour: All day