This former capital of the Bosnian kings is located in central Bosnia at the mouth of the river Pliva in Vrbas.

Throughout history, numerous empires, from Roman to Austro-Hungarian, have left their mark on the site of today's town of Jajce.

Buildings like the Jajce fortress, the Bear tower, and the Catacombs are just some of the evidence of the rugged past of this city.

On the other hand, in the center of the city, the river Pliva, crashing through sedge deposits, forms one of the most beautiful, unique waterfalls you'll ever see.

Nature and history are interwoven in this city and allow you to admire one and the other, not moving too far from the city center.