The town is known for Tito's bunker, a huge underground complex where the leadership of Yugoslav republic planned its atomic war command. Now it is a remnant of the cold war.
In May 2011 Tito Bunker was opened for the first edition of the Bijenale, the bi-anual contemporary art exhibition in the bunker.
Although the local tourist offices will say visits must be organized through them, this is not true. If you go through the tourist office, it is 10 euros per person, and they drive you to the entrance of the bunker (they don't actually do the tour). If you don't want to mess with trying to find the bunker on your own, go through one of the offices; if you can do it yourself, save the 10 euros and donate it at the bunker.
The town is accessible by both bus (approx. €5, 2011) and train (Sarajevo-Konjic & Sarajevo-Ploče) (approx. €3.5, 2011) from Sarajevo.
By car from Sarajevo, the trip takes about an hour over the A1 highway.
Konjic's museum & art gallery opened in 2011. It has a small ethnographic collection, and paintings by local artists. The Mulić Record Museum holds a nationally-important collection of wooden furniture. The Ottoman bridge (built 1682, restored 2007-2010) in the centre of the town.
Go rafting on the Neretva! There are agencies that can provide you rafting trips:
You can go hiking in Visočica Mountain range. The mountains offer numerous opportunities for trekking, mountain biking, backcountry skiing, etc. There's also a nice lake "Boračko jezero" with a campsite and a restaurant. The lake lies near a route to Visočica mountain range.
At lake "Boračko jezero" near Konjic - southeast from Konjic, cca 0.5 hours of driving. There's also a restaurant.