Kuoni Tumlare New : Bosnia & Herzegovina

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Bosnia & Herzegovina - Covid-19 regulations:


Borders are still not open for all nationalities. Hotels & restaurants open, taxi services and public transport operating with H&S measures.

Sarajevo airport is open.

Source: www.vijeceministara.gov.ba.
Last updated: 7th August 2020

National movement

No restrictions on movement.

H&S Measures declared by local Government to be respected. Masks and social distance are mandatory.


Open only for citizens of Croatia, Montenegro & Serbia to enter the country with valid documents. No self-isolation required. Members of the EU and Schengen agreement are allowed to enter the country as well as people in possession of a Schengen visa or EU member visa. They can enter Bosnia and Herzegovina with a valid negative SARS-Kov-2 test no more than 48hrs old.


Sarajevo airport has reopened to passenger traffic.

Public Transport

Public transport operating (masks and gloves mandatory).


Taxis are operating (masks and gloves mandatory).

Guides / Assistants

Most of the hospitality businesses’ guides are restarting.


Most of the hospitality businesses’ LT-LDC are being reopened. Two seats for 1 pax required.


Open – masks and gloves mandatory.


Bars and restaurants have been reopening since 18 MAY 2020 with all of them following health and safety guidelines and enforcing social distancing. For staff, masks are mandatory.


Hotels started opening and operating as the end of May 2020. Some hotels will open gradually at a later stage depending on demand. Social distancing required. Regular sanitation in place. Hotels are respecting H&S Measures declared by local Government. Measures vary for each hotel according to capacity & category, for an undefined period.


Open from 18 MAY 2020, mask and gloves mandatory, no maximum pax number restriction.