Višegrad is located in the Eastern part of the Republic of Srpska, BIH, spreading on the territory of 448 square kilometers, at an average altitude of 303m. The municipality has about 12 000 inhabitants.

Road communication is connected via Užice and Belgrade, and over Foča with Adriatic Sea. About an hour's drive away are the mountains Jahorina, Zlatibor, Tara, as well as the National park Sutjeska. Višegrad is special because in , epochs and styles intertwine, combining outstanding historical periods and featuring a joining of two rivers Drina and Rzav.

Every visitor will be delighted with all the natural beauty of the Drina canyon, connected by a beautiful old stone bridge, which Mehmed Pasha Sokolovic built at 1571. The fascination with the bridge and its history and origin, as well as the fate of the people in it Ivo Andrić, in 1945 turned into a novel "Bridge on the Drina", and in 1961 received the Nobel Prize for Literature.

In 2007, UNESCO Committee has included the bridge in the list of world heritage. In honor of our fellow citizen, only Nobel Prize winner, in Višegrad was built Andrićgrad, currently one of the most attractive tourist destination in the region. Višegrad is also known for its medieval castle and monastery Dobrun, from the 14th century, with frescoes from the 15th century, art galleries and museums.

Cruising Drina


With the apartment owners you can arrange a boat ride on lake Drina and one-day excursion with lunch in the canyon. For more information see website: