FCO Travel Advice for - Bosnia and Herzegovina

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  • There is an underlying threat from terrorism. See Terrorism.

  • Small demonstrations have taken place, particularly in Sarajevo and Banja Luka. Some have targeted Western interests. See Political situation.

  • Unexploded landmines remain a real danger, particularly in isolated areas in the mountains and countryside. See Local travel.

  • The level of crime against foreigners is low, but you should beware of pickpockets in cities and on public transport. See Crime.

  • Most visits to Bosnia and Herzegovina are trouble-free. See Consular assistance statistics.

  • Take out comprehensive travel and medical insurance, including cover for evacuation by air ambulance, before you travel.
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