Zenica Towns accommodation
Zenica is the fourth-largest city in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Zenica was an important economic and military center during the Banate of Bosnia and the Kingdom of Bosnia, and one of the relics from these eras is the Vranduk fortress. The town's Stara Čaršija (old quarter) contains several attractions, including the former synagogue, dating from 1906, which is now part of the City Museum.
There is also the town mosque (Čaršijska Džamija), an Austrian fountain and an old bey's farm house (Hadžimazića Kuća).
Zenica is situated in the middle part of the River Bosna from which the country takes its name, and stands at 316 metres (1,037 ft) above sea level. The source of the River Bosna is in Ilidža near Sarajevo and the confluence with the River Sava is near Bosanski Šamac, which makes the river a natural north-south axis. The Zenica valley itself stretches from Lasva canyon in the south to Vranduk canyon to the north.