Travnik is a town located in central Bosnia and Herzegovina, known for its rich history and cultural heritage. It is situated in the valley of the river Lašva, surrounded by the mountains Vlašić and Vilenica. Travnik was the capital of the Ottoman province of Bosnia during the 15th century, and its historic center is home to many well-preserved Ottoman-era buildings.
Some of the main attractions in Travnik include the medieval fortress on top of the hill overlooking the town, the Plava Voda spring and park, the Sarena Mosque, and the Birthplace of Nobel Prize-winning author Ivo Andrić. The town also has a rich culinary tradition, with specialties such as cevapi, burek, and tufahija.
Travnik is also known for its annual cultural and tourism event, the International Festival of Travel Literature, which attracts writers and travelers from around the world to share their experiences and stories.