Banja Luka is the second largest city located in the western part of the country. This city is also the commercial and trading hub and administrative capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Basically a tourist oriented town, Banjaluka promotes tourism in its vicinity to a large extent. The various establishments in the town such as cultural institutions, National Library, Art Gallery great number of multi-cuisine restaurants, amazing food-joints, luxurious hotel accommodations and the city’s thermal springs and spas and natural beauty of the surroundings have helped tourism flourish in this city.
Tourists can take a boat ride or just walk on the shores and enjoy scenic beauty of the place. Cathedral of Saint Bonaventure, Kastel, Banski Dvor, Ferhat Pasha Mosque and Gospodska Street are few tourist places and must-visit attractions of the city.