A city of 27,000,Travnik is built in the Lašva river valley. 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.
The central area is easy to access by foot, with a tunnel near the mosque allowing easy access to the fortress on the opposite side of the main road.
Suleimania Mosque (Many-Coloured Mosque)
A number of stalls selling souvenirs and trinkets can be found in the market under the Suleimania Mosque.
A handful of reasonably priced cafes largely serving Bosnian dishes are located around the main square and riverside.