You need valid insurance to enter Bosnia and Herzegovina in a vehicle.
If you do not have the correct insurance cover, you will be required to purchase insurance when you enter the country. For drivers under 21 years of age or with less than three years driving experience the legal blood alcohol limit is 0%.
Make sure your passport is stamped when you enter the country.
If you are intending to stay in Bosnia and Herzegovina for longer than three months you should obtain a temporary residence permit.
You are required to register with the local police within 48 hours of arrival in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
As visa and other entry and exit conditions (such as currency, customs and quarantine regulations) can change at short notice, contact the nearest for the most up to date information.
For children (under 18 years of age) travelling alone or with one parent, local immigration authorities, may require a letter of consent from the non-travelling parent(s) and a copy of the child's birth certificate, in addition to the child's passport.
Targets have included public transport and transport hubs, and public places frequented by foreigners. Widespread danger from unmarked landmines and other unexploded ordnance continues throughout Bosnia and Herzegovina, particularly on minor roads, unpaved surfaces and in abandoned or derelict buildings.