Konjic is a charming town located in the heart of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Nestled between the stunning mountains and the emerald-green Neretva River, it offers a perfect blend of natural beauty, rich history, and vibrant culture. With its picturesque landscapes and fascinating attractions, Konjic is a must-visit destination for travelers seeking an authentic Bosnian experience.


One of the highlights of Konjic is the iconic Old Bridge, a symbol of the town’s heritage. Built 1683, during the Ottoman period, this stone bridge showcases exquisite craftsmanship and serves as a testament to the town’s historical significance. Strolling across the bridge offers breathtaking views of the surrounding scenery.

Konjic’s earliest recorded settlement was on June 16, 1382, when a merchant caravan passed through, leaving a written trace, although archaeological findings, including the significant discovery of the Mithras temple at the city’s heart, affirm its existence much earlier, touched by Illyrians, Romans, followed by Ottomans, Austrians, and Yugoslavs, each imprinting their cultures and customs.

So the Old Town area of Konjic is a treasure trove of traditional architecture and narrow cobblestone streets. Explore the winding alleys and discover authentic shops, cafes, and restaurants, where you can indulge in delicious local cuisine and savor traditional Bosnian flavors.


At Zuka Džumhur’s birth home and the Local Museum, artifacts preserving the history of the Konjic region are housed, featuring replicas from the Mithras sanctuary site, the Judgment Seat, various utilitarian objects, and a collection dedicated to the legacy of Lazar Drljača, the last Bogomil.


Konjic is also renowned for its woodworking and craftsmanship. Visit the town’s Woodcarving Museum, a fascinating place to learn about the traditional craft which has been on the UNESCO list of intangible heritage since 2017 and admire exquisite wooden artworks.


Nature lovers will be delighted by the natural wonders surrounding Konjic. The nearby Boracko Lake is a serene oasis, perfect for swimming, fishing, or simply enjoying a peaceful picnic amidst the stunning mountain backdrop.

Neretva river rafting

Outdoor enthusiasts can explore the rugged beauty of the surrounding Prenj mountain through hiking, biking, rafting or Paragliding from the top of Mount Borašnica, for the bravest.


Konjic offers excellent conditions for Fly Fishing.

Tito bunker

For history enthusiasts, a visit to the mysterious underground world of the Tito Bunker is a must. Built during the Cold War era, this secret nuclear shelter offers a unique glimpse into the past and provides insight into the region’s turbulent history.


Konjic is also a gateway to the enchanting Neretva River, offering thrilling rafting experiences for adrenaline seekers. Embark on an unforgettable journey down the river’s rapids, surrounded by breathtaking landscapes and untouched nature.

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