TravnikViziers, kebabs, and Travnik cheese.
Travnik is a small town in central Bosnia and Herzegovina, located on the banks of the Vrbas River. The town is best known as the former capital of the medieval Bosnian kingdom and as the birthplace of Tvrtko I, the first king of Bosnia. Today, Travnik is a popular tourist destination and is home to a number of historical monuments, including the Travnik Fortress, the Travnik Mosque, and the Travnik Cathedral. The town is also known for its traditional wooden houses, which are built in the Ottoman style.