This southernmost city in Bosnia and Herzegovina lies in the Trebišnjica river valley, at the foot of Leotar mountain.

From time immemorial, these areas were inhabited by Illyrians, Romans, Ottomans, and Austro-Ugars, leaving a precious historical legacy behind.

So today, in the old city center, you'll be able to see Renaissance palaces and religious objects of Orthodox, Catholics, and Muslims.
Several bridges, including three in the city of Trebinje itself, as well as a historic Ottoman Arslanagić Bridge spread along the banks of the Trebišnjica river.

As an exceptionally beautiful example of Islamic architecture, Resulbegovic (Begova) house, built in 1764, as a summer residence, stands out.

Of the sacral buildings, the most interesting ones are Tvrdos and Hercegovačka Gračanica Monastery, Little Lady's Birth Cathedral, Osman-paša mosque, and The Emperor's Mosque.

Known as "the city of the sun and platan trees", Trebinje is said to be one of the most beautiful cities in Bosnia and Herzegovina, which means if you ever found yourself in Bosnia and Herzegovina, you know what your next stop is going to be.