Despite the coronavirus, tourists from Bosnia and Herzgeovina still visit Jajce, a town also called the “museum under the open sky”, with the aim of visiting many religious facilities, cultural and historical monuments, and natural beauties.
Visitors in Jajce mandatorily visit the Church of the Holy Mary with the bell of the Saint Luke, Čaršijska mosque, Church of the Holy Virgin, Sinan bey’s mosque, ramparts and gates of the old town of Jajce, catacombs and the Pliva Lake, with a complex of mills, on the Pliva River.
Visitors can still be seen on the shores of the Pliva Lake, relaxing and enjoying the view of the lake. Few fishermen can be noticed, too. Those who decide to visit the lake may take a boat ride and make a tour of the lake.
The oasis, which also includes a park, provides an opportunity for camping throughout the year and attracts tourists who come from faraway to enjoy the pristine nature.