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An unusual and unexpectedly pleasant peek into the history of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the local area - all displayed in a beautiful location, overlooking the natural bend of the river Bosnia.
The Vranduk fortress was built in late 14th century. It 's well preserved fortress and it is surrounded with amazing nature. There is also a small museum with souvenir shop. The man who works there is very friendly and he is excellent guide ☺The entrance...More
It's an example of a splendid monument - which local community does not exploit well: except a small souvenir shop and a cafe, both run by a single family, there is nothing else. One can't even have a luch unless you bring your own food....More
We took our two boys who had the run of the place for about an hour. That's enough time as it's not a big place. It was a fortress guarding a bend in the river, not a castle where people lived aside from the soldiers....More
A small but interesting fortress which is surrounded with the beautiful Bosnian nature. The view from the fortress is so beautiful. It's a little bit difficult to drive up to the fortress from the main road.
Vranduk is one of many old castles in Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is placed on hill near the river Bosna. This castle was built during Otoman Empire.
There you can also see old bosnian houses and find traditional bosnian food. And it is peaceful.
It's an atmospheric spot, especially on a cold and misty day. As the drizzle fell we approached through an unlined and unlit tunnel and felt in the back of beyond.
If you've visited the great Edwardian castles in Britain, let alone the castles of Northern...More
Castle on the hill, with great view of the area, we were there on a weekday and were the only visitors at the castle, and so we were able to sit with the two of the staff and ask questions about the castle and learn...More