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Traveling to Bosnia and Herzegovina

By December 20, 2018 No Comments
General summary

Bosnia and Herzegovina has four international airports, Sarajevo, Tuzla, Mostar and Banja Luka. All airports are in close proximity to city centres and have  direct flights to many European capitals and thus indirect flights to everywhere else, while many local and international bus lines operate from and to the country.

Visa information

Most countries’ citizens are allowed to enter Bosnia and Herzegovina without a visa, by using passports or even identity cards as proof of identity. These citizens may enter and stay in BiH for up to 90 days within a 180-day period without a visa (unless otherwise noted). However, nationals of certain countries must apply for, and obtain, a visa in order to enter BiH. A visa can be issued for entry, transit and short-term or long-term stay, and depending which one is required, BH offers three (3) basic types of visa: visa type A (business), visa type C (tourist) visit and visa type D (family & friends).

In order to get information on visa requirements and BH consular offices within your country, please click here for more information.

Sources: BH Tourism, Ministry of foreign affairs
Last updated: 19/2-2019