Castle in Travnik

Stari Grad

Travnik's castle surveys the city from a shoulder of hillside above Plava Voda. The stone walls seem so bright in sunshine that they appear to have been scrubbed. The restored multisided keep houses a modest museum …
Archaeological Site in Travnik

Viziers' Graves

Travnik was long home to Bosnia's Ottoman governors (viziers) and many of their finely carved tombstones remain along with those of prominent court officials and poets. Opposite UniCredit Bank, four such graves are …
Mosque in Travnik

Haji Alibey Mosque

Paired photogenically with the four-storey, mid-18th-century Sahat Kula (stone clock tower), this two-storey mosque's distinctive features are the green wooden filigree on its frontage, faded paintwork on the door a…
Mosque in Travnik

Many Coloured Mosque

This iconic mosque was named for its famous muralled facade. The colours have since faded but the building remains notable for the bezistan (minibazaar) built into the stone arched arcade beneath the main prayer hou…
Area in Travnik

Plava Voda

Translating as Blue Water, Plava Voda is a convivial gaggle of restaurants flanking a merrily gurgling stream, criss-crossed by small bridges.