Bosnia and Herzegovina: Where your new chapter begins.

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As an EU citizen, you do not need a visa for stays in Bosnia and Herzegovina that last up to 90 days within a 180-day period. However, it is advisable to check the latest entry requirements with the relevant Bosnian-Herzegovinian embassy or consulate before traveling.

The Convertible Mark (KM) is used in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Money can be exchanged at exchange offices, banks, and airports. It is advisable to bring some euros or US dollars in smaller denominations, which can be exchanged easily.

Medical care in urban areas such as Sarajevo, Mostar, and Banja Luka is good, with access to both public and private healthcare facilities. However, medical care may be more limited in rural areas. Travelers should have travel health insurance that covers potential medical emergencies.

Bosnia and Herzegovina is a country with rich cultural diversity. It is important to dress respectfully and appropriately, especially in religious sites. It is customary to give a firm handshake when greeting someone. Bringing a small gift when invited is considered polite.

Bosnia and Herzegovina is generally safe for travelers. However, as in any country, you should watch your personal belongings in larger cities and prevent pickpocketing. It is recommended to stay away from political demonstrations and to be informed about the risk of landmines in rural and war-torn areas beforehand.

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