Višegrad is located in the east of the Repulic Srpska, 16 km from the border with Serbia. Višegrad became an attractive tourist destination as the tourist railway was renovated recently and because of the construction of the complex Andricgrad.
Monestery Dobrun is situated in a picturesque mountain area on the road Visegrad-Uzice, in the gorge of river Rzav. It is dedicated to the Annunciation and erected by župan (eng. duke) Pribil and his sons Stefan and Petar in 1343.
Andricgrad was created by the idea that prof. Kusturica had about a stone medieval town inspired by books and characters of our Nobel Prize winning author Ivo Andric. It is actually a vision of what Visegrad would look like if wasn't bypassed by the renaissance and other historical periods. The famous Bridge on the Drina in Visegrad is the endowment of Grand Vizier Mehmed Pasha Sokolovic. The bridge was build between 1571 and 1577, and it was built by the most famous Turkish arhitect Kodza Mimar Sinan. Built in eastern style, it represents an arhitectural masterpiece of that era.