Visas, Customs regulations, Currency
These goods can be brought to Bosnia and Herzegovina:
- non-commercial goods including gifts and souvenirs from a passenger’s personal luggage, with the customs value of no more than BAM 200
- tobacco products: 200 cigarettes or 100 cigarillos or 250 g of tobacco
- liquour: 2 litres of table wine, 1 litre of liquour or spirits with more than 22% of alcohol (of 2 litres of strong wine, champagne or any other beverage)
- perfumes and eau de toilette: 60 cc/ml of perfume, 250 cc/ml of eau de toilette
Special Note: Passengers younger than 17 are not allowed to import goods mentioned under items 2 and 3
Medicaments and technical equipment
• Technical equipment:proof of origin (invoice)
• Pharmaceutical products and medicine: prescription
Items that are prohibited or restricted by Customs
• Weapons, explosives,ammunition, jeopardized species
Items that cannot be imported
• Drugs, weapons, counterfeit goods, meat, milk and other products of animal origin
With proper documentation entering Bosnia Herzegovina is very simple. The standardized border crossing and airport procedures are simple.The citizens of the following countries can present a passport or any other proper ID document to prove nationality and citizenship:
- EU member countries
- the countries of the Schengen agreement
- Andora, Montenegro, Liechtenstein, Monaco, San Marino, Serbia, Holy See and the Swiss
The foreigners traveling to Bosnia Herzegovina must have at least 150 KM or equivalent per 1 day of stay in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
The official tender in Bosnia and Herzegovina is convertible mark, abbreviated BAM. Convertible mark is devided into 100 pfening.
Parity: 1 BAM=0,51129 EUR.
Money may be exchanged in all banks and post offices, as well as in authorized exchange offices. Convertible mark is issued in denominations of 1/2/5/10/20/50/100/200.
The current exchange rate may be checked on the website of The Central Bank of Bosnia and Herzegovina www.cbbh.ba