If you are looking for a destination for an interesting day trip, Travnik might be an ideal destination.
Located in central Bosnia, Travnik was the seat of Ottoman viziers who ruled Bosnia and Herzegovina from 1686 to 1850. The town features a medieval fortress, which was probably built in the 15th century, and which is extremely well preserved.

One of the most interesting sites in the town is the recently renovated 'Colorful Mosque' with unique decoration of the interior and exterior. Travnik is the only town in the country with two functioning clock towers from the Ottoman period.

Travnik is also famous for being the birthplace of Nobel Literature Prize winner and probably the most famous Bosnian-Herzegovinian writer Ivo Andric. Visitors can see Andric's childhood home which possesses a small collection of items from Andric's personal life.

After exploring the town, don't miss the opportunity to take a break at the famous 'Lutvina kahva' cafe and sample the authentic Bosnian coffee in one of the oldest continuously operating cafes in the country which opened probably in early 19th century.

Finish the day with dinner at one of the numerous restaurants which serve Travnik cevapi. The grilled meat specialty served in Travnik is different from cevapi which are served in other parts of the country.