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Bosnia Herzegovina travel insurance, health insurance, documents, plugs, sockets, mobile phones

BOSNIA HERZEGOVINA DOCUMENTS

Travel Documents: To enter in Bosna and Herzegovina you must present your passport or identity card valid for expatriation. EU, American and Canadian citizens do not require a visa to enter the country.

Driving Licence: To drive in Bosna and Herzegovina you need to be in possession of the your national driving license.

Car Insurance: The European car insurance is valid in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Green Card with specifically marked Bosnia and Herzegovina.

BOSNIA HERZEGOVINA TRAVEL INSURANCE, HEALTH INSURANCE AND MEDICAL ASSISTANCE

Health Care: Health care in Bosnia Erzegvina is not at European level. An health insurance is recommended.

Vaccinations: Not required vaccinations.

Pharmacies: Pharmacies are called ‘apoteka’. Pharmacies are numerous in major cities and usually at least one is open 24 hours a day.

BOSNIA HERZEGOVINA MOBILE PHONES AND INTERNET

Telephones: Country Dialing Code for Bosnia-Erzegovina: 00387

Phone booths are usually found in bus stations and post offices. Pay phones do not accept coins but only prepaid cards, which are sold at post offices or newsagents.

Mobile Telephones: The mobile network coverage is good. There are several local companies and you can use your GSM phone with operator with international roaming service.

Mobile telephone operators: BH Mobile, m:tel BH, HT Eronet.

Internet: Internet cafes are found only in larger cities.

BOSNIA HERZEGOVINA ELECTRICAL OUTLETS

Electricity: In Bosnia-Herzegovina the voltage is 230 volts 50 Hz

Electrical plugs and sockets: The electrical plugs and sockets used in Bosnia-Herzegovina are those of type C and F. Both sockets are like those used in continental Europe.

BOSNIA HERZEGOVINA MONEY AND BANKING

Money and Banks: The official currency in Bosnia is the Convertible Mark or Bosnian Mark (KM, BAM) which has fixed exchange rate with the Euro 1 € = 1.95583 KM.

Most shops accept payment in euro. There are many ATMs in all major cities and towns. Foreign currency can be exchanged in banks and exchange offices that are present in most large cities. VISA and Master Card are accepted in some tourist facilities and shops in major cities.

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