"Only a few towns in Bosnia and Herzegovina have maintained their medieval prominence into the 21st century. Jajce is one of them. Here, in this former royal town, monumental political decisions were made and the fates of Bosnia and Herzegovina – and indeed the entire region – were decided". (source: Don't Miss Magazine)
Built on the shores of two great rivers – Pliva and Vrbas, Jajce represent a stunning place to visit for it historical and natural heritage. The most recognizable symbol of Jajce is its magnificient 17 meter high waterfall located in the heart of the town .
In this town you have opportunuty to see the remains of four great empires , three kingdoms and the three world monoteistic religions along with a variety of architecture styles and living customs all developed and refined through the ages. Unmissable is AVNOJ (The Anti-Fascist Council of the People's Liberation of Yugoslavia). The 20 water mills, built during Austro-Hungarian period represent a tourist attraction that must be visit.