One can simply stroll through the quiet and pleasant streets of downtown Trebinje, visit the plethora of historic sites, or hike and bike for the active traveler. Trebinje has something for everyone.

Tourism Information Center
Address: Jovan Ducic bb. 
Phone: +387 59 273 410
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www.trebinjeturizam.com
Opening Hours: 8am-8pm Monday-Friday, 9am-3pm Saturday.

Conveniently located in the town center near the Platani Hotel, this new tourism information center has a wide range of information and can organize guided tours to Trebinje and the surrounding area.

Vukoje Wine Cellar
Address: Hrupjela 28 
Phone: +387 59 270 370
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www.podrum-vukoje.com
Opening Hours:  9am-6pm Monday-Saturday;  9am-2pm Sunday.

Vukoje is amongst the most acclaimed wine producers in Bosnia and Herzegovina. They have won countless international awards for both their light and fruity Zilavka white and robust Vranac red wines. The cellar is open to visitors and can seat up to 60 guests. The Vukoje family also own and operate Vukoje 1982 restaurant near the cellar.

Anđelić Wine Cellar
Address: Gorica bb.
Phone: +387 59 280 320;
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www.podrum-andjelic.com

In the the Anđelić family cellar, there are six kinds of white, red, and rosé. They have wine tasting facilities on the premises.

Arslanagića Most/Perovića Most (Bridge) is a Trebinje landmark. The bridge was built in 1537, by the order of Grand Vizier Mehmed Paša Sokolović, who also built the famous bridge in Višegrad.



Hercegovačka Gračanica located on the Crkvina Hill behind the town center, this Orthodox Church was built as a copy of the Gracanica from Kosovo as requested by Trebinje’s famous writer Jovan Ducic. There is a small souvenir shop and a large open plateau for pleasant walks and excellent photographing opportunities of Trebinje’s panorama.

Herzegovina Museum
Address: Stari Grad 59
Phone: +387 59 271 060
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www.muzejhercegovine.org;
Opening Hours:  7am-2pm Mon-day-Friday; 9am-2pm Saturday-Sunday.

Entrance fee 2 KM.

The Herzegovina Museum is located in the old Austrian military compound..Visitors can see an archeological collection with pre-historic artifacts, an ethnographic collection from 16th century, and numerous paintings and sculptures from the best-known regional artists.

Tvrdoš Ortodox Monastery and wine cellar
The 14th century Tvrdoš Orthodox Monastery is located on Tvrdoš Hill, four kilometers from Trebinje. It is built on the foundations of the old medieval church. Today, Tvrdoš is the Episcopal residency and it is known for the excellent red wine produced by its monks.