BOSNIAN AND HERZEGOVINIAN CITIZENS VISITING CROATIA
TRAVEL INFO AND ETIAS REQUIREMENTS
An ETIAS authorisation will be required for every Bosnian and Herzegovinian citizen for short-stay period in Croatia starting from 2021.
A valid passport is required to enter Croatia. All tourists entering Croatian territory from another (Schengen country) are exempted from presenting their passports to Croatian authorities. In this case, a national identity card is the only document needed.
The passport and other travel documents accepted for entry must be valid for a minimum of 3 months beyond the period of intended stay. All the Passports (or equivalent travel documents) issued more than ten years before the date of travel, may not be accepted.
A Schengen visa is mandatory for all nationals of Bosnia and Herzegovina who stay in the country for a period greater than 90 days.
For short stay visits (less than 90 days within a period of 180 days), the visitors are exempted from obtaining a valid Schengen visa.
An ETIAS authorisation will become a mandatory requirement for every Bosnian and Herzegovinian citizen starting from 2021.
ETIAS will have a validity of five years, and it can be used for an unlimited number of entries.
Croatian custom regulates and blocks the importing of several dangerous items such as weapons (the traveler must hold a valid European Firearm Pass), legal and illegal drugs.
Goods can be imported into Croatian territory following the mandatory limits regulated by the government:
If arriving from a non-EU country:
- Tobacco: Cigarettes (200), cigars (50), loose tobacco (250g).
- Alcohol: 1L of spirits with more than 22% alcohol by volume (1L), light liquor (2L), wine (4L), beer (16L).
- Perfume: Perfume (50g) and of eau de toilette (0.25L)
If arriving from an EU Member State:
- Tobacco: Cigarettes (800), cigarillos (400), cigars (200), smoking tobacco (1kg).
- Alcohol: Spirits over 22% (10L), fortified wine or spirits up to 22% (20L), wine (90L), beer (110L).
Money Amounts of over €10,000 (or equivalent in foreign currencies) in cash or travelers' cheques must be declared at the point of entry or exit of the EU. Visitors entering Croatia with a one-way ticket and not having sufficient funds to purchase a return ticket might be refused to enter.
List of Bosnian And Herzegovinian diplomatic offices in Croatia
Embassy of Bosnia and Herzegovina in Zagreb, Croatia
Address: Torbarova 9, PP 27, 10001 Zagreb, Croatia
Phone: +(385 1) 4501070, +(385 1) 4501083, +(385 1) 4501084, +(385 1) 4501085, +(385 1) 4501086
Fax: + (385 1) 450 10 71
Office Hours: Monday to Friday 09:00 - 17:00
Details: H. E. Azra Kalajdžisalihovi?, Ambassador
List of Croatian diplomatic offices in Bosnia and Herzegovina
Embassy of the Republic of Croatia in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Consulate General of the Republic of Croatia in Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Address: Zagrebacka 8, 88000 Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Phone: 00387 36 315 631
Fax: 00387 36 315 630
Office Hours: Working hours of Consular Section (with clients): " Monday - Friday 8.30-14.00
Consulate General of the Republic of Croatia in Banja Luka, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Address: Milana Kranovica 1, Banja Luka, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Phone: 00387 51 348 800
Fax: 00 387 51 304 000
Consulate of the Republic of Croatia in Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Address: Kazan mahala 1, 75 000 Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Phone: 00387 35 258 330
Fax: 00387 35 258 350
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- Serbian 1.2%;
- Other 3%;
- Unspecified 0.2%;
Area: 56,542 KM2
Timezone: UTC/GMT +1 hour
Currency: Kuna (HRK)
Calling Code: +385
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