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Bosnia and Herzegovina is a country on the Balkan Peninsula in southeastern Europe. The country borders Croatia to the north, west and southwest, Serbia to the east and Montenegro to the southeast
Visa and Immigration Procedures to Bosnia and Herzegovina
Bosnia and Herzegovina has a visa waiver program agreement with many countries and nationals of many countries, such as the EU can enter the country without a visa. However, those that are not covered by the visa exemption must apply for a visa at one a Bosnia and Herzegovina embassy.
Things/Items Allowed into Bosnia and Herzegovina
There is no limit on the amount of alcohol and tobacco one can bring from EU countries into Bosnia and Herzegovina. Travelers from non-EU locations may bring 1 liter of alcohol, or 16 liters of beer.
Things/Items Forbidden out of Bosnia and Herzegovina
Things/Items Forbidden into Bosnia and Herzegovina
• Amazonian Plants
• Knives, Deadly Weapons
• Live Animals • Ivory, Tortoiseshell, Coral
Voice of Travelers to Bosnia and Herzegovina
Reliable, efficient and safe transportation
Bosnia and Herzegovina flights are reliable and efficient in regards to the air ticket purchase process. The transportation is safe, with quick response times from a polite, helpful staff. For budget travellers, go out of the airport exit and turn right. You will see a footprints sign on the ground. Follow the footprints, and it will lead you to the nearest bus stop. It costs 5 BAM to the city center. My reccomendation is to buy the ticket from the driver. I would not hesitate to use this service again when in Bosnia and Herzegovina -- it was much easier than figuring out taxis from the airport of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
For budget travellers, low air ticket prices
I was astonished by the low air ticket price to Bosnia and Herzegovina. Service was on par with major European airlines and the food and beverage options were excellent. Upon arrival, my wife and I were greeted by the sight of rich scenery and a history of the country. The old mosques are a must see, especially if you are an art and history buff lie we are!
Bosnia and Herzegovina Travelers' Frequently Asked Questions
Q. What are some popular tourist attractions?
A. The Neretva in Bosnia and Herzegovina, also known as the Narenta, is the largest river in the eastern part of the Adriatic basin. Swimming and photography are popular at scenic waterfalls with nearby concessions in Kravice, Bosnia and Herzegovina. There are also numerous historic churches and mosques that tourists can visit.
Q. Does Bosnia and Herzegovina have an official religion?
A. There is no official religion. Nearly half of Bosnia and Herzegovina's people are Muslim. Islam peaked in 1600, converting three-quarters of the population of Bosnians. Bosniaks are generally associated with Islam. Bosnian Croats associate with with the Roman Catholic Church, and Bosnian Serbs with the Serb Orthodox Church.
Bosnia and Herzegovina - Direct Flights to Major Airports
Airports handling direct flights to Banja Luka International Airport (Bosnia and Herzegovina) ・Heydar Aliyev International Airport ・Qabala International Airport
Airports handling direct flights to Tuzla International Airport (Bosnia and Herzegovina) ・Nakhchivan International Airport ・Lankaran International Airport
Airports handling direct flights to Livno Airport (Bosnia and Herzegovina) ・Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport
Airports handling direct flights to Sarajevo International Airport (Bosnia and Herzegovina) ・Nis Constantine the Great Airport
Flight Routes to Bosnia and Herzegovina
Sarajevo Airport is the main international airport in the country. Many major airlines such as Croatia Airlines, Air Serbia, Lufthansa, Austrian Airlines, Turkish Airlines and Swiss International Air Lines operate to and from Bosnia and Herzegovina, offers many direct international flights.