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“Nice view of Travnik”

Ranked #1 of 5 things to do in Travnik
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Reviewed 12 May 2018

The view of the city is quite spectacular. There was a small exhibition in one of the towers. The castle is well-kept. There's also a bar at the bottom.

Thank Sara R
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Reviewed 3 February 2018

Beautiful location overlooking town. Great views of the buildings below and the vista around. nice old castle. with small museum. nice place

Thank scott1barden
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Reviewed 29 September 2017

Approaching Travnik from the south, the first thing you see is the fort perched on the mountain side above the old town. It is well worth a visit, not least for the view of Travnik from the ramparts. Anyone visiting this town is missing half the experience, however, if they do not first read Ivo Andric's book The Day of the Consuls about a time in the early 19th century when a French and Austrian consul served in Travnik alongside the Turkish viziers. Andric, who won the Nobel prize for literature in 1961, was born in Travnik although of Croat heritage. The house where that took place is now a museum. Bang in the centre, it is alao well worth a visit.

Thank Andrew H
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Reviewed 26 September 2017

Travnik's largely Ottoman fortress is similar to others in the country but well maintained with many intact buildings, mosque, ethnographic museum with some interesting displays of local traditional life and culture, and a nice craft centre with locals making and selling traditional crafts, including woven goods and pottery. It has great views of the town and valley.

Thank jenedc2016
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Reviewed 25 September 2017 via mobile

We were staying in Hvar town and took the 30 min/27Kn to Stari Grad. It’s a smaller more sedate version of Hvar located at the head of a huge inlet or neutral harbour.

A vert attractive town and it was great exploring the alley ways of the old town. And check out the bakery in the main square - yummy fare.

Thank Rob W
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