The government of Bosnia and Herzegovina lifted its travel bans as of July 16, 2020 with some restrictions. The nation has officially reopened its borders for tourism to several countries with testing conditions.
Here are the current COVID-19 entry requirements and restrictions you should be aware about if planning to travel to Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Who Can Travel To Bosnia and Herzegovina?
Travelers can enter Bosnia Herzegovina such as nationals and residents returning home, nationals of Croatia, Montenegro, and Serbia, citizens, and residents of the EU and Schengen nations.
Here’s the list of the countries who can visit Bosnia and Herzegovina, A COVID-19 negative test result taken in the last 48 hours is required to enter. Entry without testing is allowed to residents of neighboring countries of Croatia, Serbia and Montenegro.
Can A Third-Party Country Can Enter?
Passenger with a multiple-entry Schengen visa issued by an EU nation, who has spent the last 14-days in an EU/Schengen country, and who has a negative PCR test, maybe granted entry.
That is to say, a great option for American tourists. Because Bosnia and Herzegovina are basing entry on location for the past 14 days and not just on nationality/residency. Certainly granted if they have been in an approved country for the past two weeks.
Entry Requirements For Bosnia and Herzegovina
- All tourists should bring a negative PCR test no older than 48 hours before arrival. However, nationals returning home and Croatian citizens are exempted.
- A valid visa if you are from a country that needed one in order to enter Bosnia and Herzegovina
- Travelers should also have a travel health insurance that covers COVID-19
- Moreover, all arriving passengers should be wearing masks on the inbound flight and at the airport
- Above all, travelers should expect temperature screenings upon arrival
What’s Open in Bosnia and Herzegovina
- Firstly, Public transport is operating
- Restaurants and bars in Bosnia and Herzegovina are open but under social distancing restrictions
- In addition, most businesses and attractions in Bosnia and Herzegovina have re-opened.
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