Ten boats were launched at the end of June from a newly reconstructed dock on the Trebisnjica River, to mark the end of the project ‘Life on the Border of Bosnia and Herzegovina and Montenegro: Ancient Traces of Ageless Heritage and Tradition’.
These boats were modelled after the old boats that were used on the Trebisnjica River in the past, and are now tied to the old pier near the walls of the Old Town in Trebinje.
Tourists in Trebinje also have an opportunity to get a ride on a panoramic train through Trebinje downtown and along the banks of the Trebisnjica River.
Tourist Association of Trebinje, in cooperation with the Tourist Association of Montenegrin town of Danilovgrad, has implemented the project ‘Paths of St. Basil of Ostrog’, and the basic idea was to create tourist offer for pilgrims and organized groups.
As a part of this project, four information boards were placed in Serbian, English and Russian language next to Ostrog, Tvrdos and Zavala monasteries near Trebinje, as well as in Mrkonjici village in Popovo Polje, which is the birth place of St. Basil.
Mountain guides from ‘Vuciji Zub’ Society enriched the tourist offer by offering guests to show them natural beauties of southern part of Herzegovina.
According to data presented by the Tourist Association of Trebinje, accommodation capacities in Trebinje have increased by some 500 beds since last year.