Once the seat of Bosnia's viziers (Ottoman governors), the castle town of Travnik is now best known for its sheep's cheese and as the birthplace of Nobel Prize–winning author Ivo Andrić, who set his classic novel Bosnian Chronicle (The Days of the Consuls) here. It's a pleasant place to spend a couple of hours while travelling between Sarajevo and Jajce.
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