"Trebinje is the city of sun, wine, honey and plane trees, situated on the banks of Trebisnjica river (known as one of the longest of subterranean rivers in the world) under the mountain of Leotar. It is known for its cultural and historical heritage, hospitableness, and its rich and diverse gastronomy. It is located in Republika Srpska, an entity of Bosnia and Herzegovina and in the triangle of World Heritage sites - Dubrovnik (Croatia) 30 km, Kotor (Montenegro) 80 km and Mostar (Bosnia and Herzegovina) 113 km. Owing to its rich history, the main attractions in Trebinje are architectural works from 4th through 16th, 18th, 19th, to beginning of the 20th century, including bridges, churches, monasteries, mosques, etc. Places to visit in Trebinje: The central square, The local market, Holy Transfiguration Orthodox Cathedral, The Old Town, The Hercegovačka Gračanica monastery, Arslanagića Bridge, Tvrdoš Monastery..."