Tourists who intend to spend a few days in Sarajevo, accommodation in a number of hostels will pay 15 - 60 KM. However, the tourism board say that, according to their data, their work reported only four hostels.
The Franciscan monastery and church are situated at the periphery of Kraljeva Sutjeska, under the hill of Tesevo. For over six centuries, the monastery has been a cultural and religious center. The first monastery was likely constructed in the early 14th century and was described by a Franciscan writer Bartol Pisanski in a document from 1358. Present monastery was completed between 1888 and 1990, but over time it was destroyed and restored on several occasions.
The Franciscan monastery of Kraljeva Sutjeska possesses a significant collection of precious books and various archives of historical importance for the region, such as paintings, other fine art, and medieval collections made of metal and textile. One of the oldest and probably the most valuable items is a painting dating back to 15th century, painted on both sides that include "Deputation of the Kings" on one side and "Christ's Pains" on the other. It is the only preserved part of the Gothic wing altar. Two paintings by Stjepan Dragojlovic belong to the collection; Dragojlovic was a painter from Kraljeva Sutjeska who studied art in Venice at the end of the 16th century.
The monastery archive is ideal for researching cultural and religious history of Bosnia and Herzegovina. It treasures some of the oldest books in the country. In addition, approximately 3.500 documents dating between 15th and 19th century are stored in the monastery, including the document in which Bosnian state and Dalmatia are referred to by the king Matijas Kornic in 1481 (the Deed of Donation).
The Franciscan monasteries of Kraljeva Sutjeska treasure a great number of monuments pertaining to fine arts and crafts, including gothic chalices, ceremonial crosses dating back to 14th and 15th centuries, or monstrance from the 18th century.
The library contains 4,770 rare books and more than 11,000 volumes. Particular asset of the library are 31 incunabula – books published before 1500, which is half of all preserved in Bosnia and Herzegovina