Visiting Jajce – blog
In this period since passing an important exam in college, I continued treating myself with some travel. Local tourism. Yesterday’s visit to Jajce proved once more to me that local tourism is a great thing. Low expenses. No need for planning. Everything done in just one day. And great experience. So, wherever you live, I suggest you visit some interesting place in your surroundings, where you’ve never been before. Most probably, there are many such places.
Now some background info. I live in Banja Luka. It’s around 50 kilometers north from Jajce. I decided to visit Jajce because it’s so near to where I live AND very famous for a number of things:
It has one of the most beautiful waterfalls in the world, at the confluence of Pliva and Vrbas river.
It was a very important city in medieval Bosnian Kingdom. It was the residence of Bosnian kings in 14th and 15th century. A large fortress atop of the hill in the center of Jajce is from this period.
It is the place where former Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia was born, on the Second Session of AVNOJ, on November 29th, 1943.
More about Zlatkos visit to Jajce, click here .