Nestled in the green valley of the Lasva river in central Bosnia, Travnik is a small but charming and picturesque city with the charisma of an eventful past. In Ottoman times, it was home to the viziers of Bosnia. It is also the birthplace of Nobel Laureate winner Ivo Andric. The city has character. It is marked by some wonderfully preserved medieval mosques, traditional Bosnian houses and an impressive castle guarding the city.

Nearby is Mountain Vlasic which, besides offering the best skiing in the country, is also is famous for its shepherds who produce the best cheese in Bosnia Herzegovina.