Travel and Visa Requirements for Bosnian, Herzegovinians

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Visa free countries for Bosnian, Herzegovinian passport holders

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Countries that require a visa for Bosnian, Herzegovinians

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General Visa Requirement & Things to know before you travel

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Valid travel passport.
Visa application form.
Visa fee.
Evidence of permission to be in that country.
Photocopy of passport data page.
Financial proof, original bank statement.
Letter of invitations.

Schengen visa for Bosnian, Herzegovinians

See our top pick of Schengen countries visited by Bosnian, Herzegovinians

Bosnia and Herzegovina has received a lot of plaudits from the world over. Saravejo, the country’s capital was named the “Best City to Visit” in 2012 while the country itself was named the “9th Greatest Adventure in the World” in 2013. The country is not all just hype, visiting the country is actually worth every tourists’ time. Bosnia and Herzegovina is particularly popular for being the ideal destination for hikers, mountaineers, and those who love to ski. Nature lovers are sure to savor the beauty of the untouched natural regions in the country. Whitewater rafting is also a popular activity tourist in the country engage in. All this with the addition that the country boasts the cleanest water and air in Europe makes Bosnia and Herzegovina an ideal holiday destination.
The tourism sector is a fast-growing economy and makes it very important to the economy of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Since 1995, the number of tourist arrivals in the country has steadily been on the rise. In 2018, over 1.4 million tourists visited the country which was a 13.7% increase from the number that visited the previous year. The number of tourists visits in the country is set to increase in the years to come.
Foreigners will be refused entry into the country with amounts exceeding €10,000 or its equivalent. If you must enter the country with this sum of money, it should be declared on entry. On exit from the country, amounts exceeding €10,000 or its equivalent require a bank certificate that the amount has been taken out from currency savings or bought from an authorized bank.

Visa information for other Nationals

See visa requirements for our top pick of visitors to Bosnia And Herzegovina