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The Mostar Old Bridge in the the city of Mostar in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

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Bosnia and Herzegovina is truly a hidden gem in Europe. As you gear up for your visit, here are some helpful insights about cash and card payments in this stunning country!

Where can I exchange Bosnian marks?

The Bosnian convertible mark (BAM) is a minor currency. So, it may be challenging to find at local banks and exchange offices.

If you’re looking to get some BAM in time for your holiday, it’s a great idea to plan ahead. 

We offer fantastic exchange rates and the convenience of having your Bosnian marks delivered to your doorstep. We’re here to make your currency exchange experience a breeze!

If you prefer a more personal touch, drop by our Manor FX bureau near Heathrow. Rest assured, you’ll still enjoy those fantastic rates when you visit us. 

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Can you buy Bosnia and Herzegovina Convertible Marks in the UK?

Absolutely! You can buy Bosnia and Herzegovina convertible marks (BAM) in the UK. Some currency exchange offices and banks offer this service. However, as it is an exotic currency, it won’t be as easy to find as other currencies.

Why not make life a little easier? Skip the trip to the local bureau de change and order your Bosnian currency online today! Our process is super easy, and you get free delivery for orders over £750. 

Should I exchange money before I travel to Bosnia and Herzegovina?

Yes. When getting ready for your adventure in Bosnia, having a bit of local currency in your pocket is a smart move. It allows you to cover immediate expenses like transportation or small purchases.  

What is the best currency to take to Bosnia?

The best currency to take on your trip is the Bosnia and Herzegovina convertible mark. 

Can I use my bank card in Bosnia and Herzegovina?

You can most certainly use your bank card in Bosnia and Herzegovina. You can pay with international debit and credit cards in Sarajevo, Mostar, and other Bosnian cities.

While card is widely accepted, in more remote or rural areas, cash is preferred. Having a small amount of local currency on hand is always a good idea for those situations.

Helpful tip: Before using your card in Bosnia, contact your bank to avoid any unnecessary stress on your trip.

Should I use cash in Bosnia and Herzegovina?

Yes. Cash is king in Bosnia. Some vendors in more rural areas may be unable to accept international card payments.

Taxi drivers, street vendors and tour guides will often only accept cash. So it’s a good idea to have some Bosnian convertible marks (BAM) on hand for these situations.

In larger cities and tourist areas, cards are widely accepted. However, having a bit of local currency ensures you’re ready for any scenario!

Helpful tip: Smaller banknotes and coins are useful for tipping in Bosnia.

people wandering about the markets in the city of Mostar.

Is it better to use cash or credit card in Bosnia and Herzegovina?

In Bosnia and Herzegovina, both cash and credit cards have their advantages. 

Cash is convenient, especially in smaller towns or local markets where card acceptance might be limited. It’s also handy for small purchases and places that prefer cash.

However, credit cards are widely accepted in larger cities and tourist areas. So, having a mix of cash and a credit card can give you the best of both worlds! 

How much cash should I take to Bosnia and Herzegovina?

When budgeting for your adventure in Bosnia & Herzegovina, here’s a little guide to help you plan according to your travel style:

Backpacker’s delight: If you’re embracing the backpacker lifestyle, set aside 85 BAM, about £35, per day. This budget covers essentials like a comfy hostel stay, satisfying meals, and getting around using public transport. It’s a perfect way to make the most of your adventure!

Mid-Range comfort:  For more comfort, have a budget of 160 BAM, around £70 per day. You can savour the local cuisine, get around the city with taxis, and explore the museums.

Luxury unleashed: If you’re in the mood for luxury, a budget of 275 BAM, around £120 daily, is ideal. You can stay in a hotel, dine out for all your meals and experience a range of tours. 

These figures are only an estimate, and your spending may vary. What matters is creating a budget that matches your preferences.

And remember, when you return, it’s a great idea to exchange any leftover Bosnian marks to pounds.

How can I avoid ATM fees in Bosnia and Herzegovina?

Avoiding ATM fees in Bosnia and Herzegovina is a smart move! Here are some helpful tips to help you out:

Choose ATM networks wisely: Look for ATMs part of major networks like Visa or Mastercard. They tend to have lower fees or even no fees at all.

Use local bank ATMs: Opt for ATMs belonging to local banks rather than international ones. They often have lower fees for foreign card transactions.

Withdraw larger amounts: Instead of making frequent small withdrawals, take out larger sums. This way, you minimise the times you’re charged a fee.

Check with your bank: Before your trip, contact your bank and inquire if they have partner banks in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Some banks have agreements that allow you to use specific ATMs without fees.

Avoid dynamic currency conversion: When choosing between local currency or your home currency at an ATM, always select the local currency (BAM). Opting for your home currency can result in higher fees.

Consider prepaid travel cards: These cards often have lower ATM fees than regular debit or credit cards. Just be sure to check the terms and conditions.

Plan ahead: Use online exchange platforms like us! Get your Bosnian marks before you travel, and avoid the hassle of ATMs altogether.

Is life expensive in Bosnia and Herzegovina?

In Sarajevo, the cost of living is lower than in most European cities. A cup of coffee costs about 3 BAM, around £1.30. 

If you’re looking for a tasty meal at a mid-range restaurant, you can expect to spend around 15 BAM, around £7. 

For those looking to indulge, expect to spend about 35 BAM or around £15, for a lavish three-course meal at an upscale restaurant.

And if you find yourself in smaller cities or towns, you’ll find that prices are even more budget-friendly. 

Quick reminder: Prices in Bosnia, particularly Sarajevo, are about 10% higher than in Herzegovina, like Mostar. No matter where you go, there’s something to suit every budget.

How does tipping work in Bosnia and Herzegovina?

Tipping in Bosnia and Herzegovina is an easy way to show appreciation for good service. Here’s a quick rundown:

Restaurants and cafés: Leaving a tip of around 10% is customary. An additional tip isn’t always needed if a service charge is already included.

Bars: For a drink at a bar, rounding up the bill or leaving a small amount is a nice gesture.

Hotels: Hotel staff, including housekeepers and porters, appreciate small tips. A few Bosnian marks for each service are considerate.

Tour guides and drivers: Tipping tour guides and drivers for their service is customary.

Taxi drivers: While not mandatory, rounding up the fare or leaving a small tip is a friendly gesture.

Other services: Hairdressers, spa attendants, and similar service providers generally receive tips, usually around 10% of the service cost.

Is it rude not to tip in Bosnia and Herzegovina?

Not at all! Tipping is a kind gesture in Bosnia and Herzegovina, but it’s not considered rude if you choose not to. It’s always up to your discretion and comfort level.

Is Bosnia and Herzegovina a cheap country to visit?

Absolutely! Bosnia and Herzegovina offers excellent value for travellers. Compared to many other European destinations, you’ll find that accommodation prices, meals, and activities are pretty reasonable.

Food: Dining out in Bosnia and Herzegovina is generally affordable, especially if you opt for local, traditional dishes. Street food and local eateries offer delicious options at budget-friendly prices.

Transportation: Public transportation, such as buses and trams, are reasonably priced. If you’re travelling between cities, buses are a cost-effective option.

Activities: Many of Bosnia’s historical sites are free to visit. Bosnia’s museums, parks, and cultural landmarks are a must-see for travellers on a budget.

Entertainment: You can affordably enjoy the local culture of Bosnia, especially in comparison to larger European cities.

Shopping: Markets and local shops offer a wide range of affordable souvenirs. Whether it’s handwoven carpets or a traditional Bosnian coffee set, you’re bound to find something special on your next adventure! 

Bosnia and Herzegovina is a wonderful destination for those seeking a cost-effective yet enriching travel experience!

A Memorial Complex to the Battle of Sutjeska, in the Valley of Heroes.

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Banknotes in Bosnia and Herzegovina 

In Bosnia and Herzegovina, you’ll find a variety of colourful and exciting banknotes. They reflect the rich history and diverse culture of the country. The official currency is the Bosnia and Herzegovina Convertible Mark.

Two types of banknotes issued by the Central Bank of Bosnia circulate alongside each other in Bosnia and Herzegovina:

The Bosnian-Croatian type has Western alphabet text above the Cyrillic script. 

The Republika Srpska type has the Cyrillic script on top of the Western.

Banknotes in circulation are KM10, KM20, KM50, KM100 and KM200. The banknotes of KM5, KM1 and 50 pfeniga were replaced by coins.

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Coins in Bosnia and Herzegovina 

In Bosnia and Herzegovina, you’ll find a delightful assortment of coins. These pieces, known as fening, come in various denominations, including 5, 10, 20, and 50 fening pieces. 

Bosnian coins range from 5 pfeniga (0.05 mark) to 5 marka. 

Did you get back from Bosnia and Herzegovina with some leftover coins? Our sister company, Leftover Currency, can help you exchange Bosnia and Herzegovina convertible mark coins back to cash.

Bosnia coin series

Bosnia and Herzegovina  currency import and export regulations

There are no restrictions on the import of Bosnian convertible marks into Bosnia and Herzegovina. However, amounts over 10,000 BAM need to be declared upon arrival.

For exporting currency, you’ll need a bank certificate if you carry more than EUR 2500 (or its equivalent). This confirms that the amount was either withdrawn from a currency savings account or purchased from an authorised bank.

Ordering Bosnia and Herzegovina convertible marks online

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Or pick them up from our travel money shop near Heathrow. Click here to buy Bosnia and Herzegovina convertible marks online

Selling back Bosnia and Herzegovina convertible marks

If you have leftover Bosnia money to sell, follow this link to Bosnian mark to GBP, click on ‘sell currency’ and select ‘BAM Bosnia and Herzegovina convertible mark’. 

We’ll pay good rates for your leftover Bosnia and Herzegovina convertible marks.

Jahorina Ski Resort, featuring people skiing down the slops.


Navigating visa requirements can sometimes be a bit of a puzzle, but here’s a quick breakdown for you:

If you’re a British citizen, you’re in luck! You can visit Bosnia and Herzegovina without needing a visa and stay for up to 90 days within any 180-day period.

Entering Bosnia and Herzegovina is a breeze for many travellers, particularly those from the European Union and neighbouring countries. You can enjoy visa-free stays that typically range from 30 to 90 days, depending on your nationality.

It’s a good idea to check for the most up-to-date and accurate information before you travel.

There are no specific vaccinations needed for Bosnia and Herzegovina. However, it’s always wise to ensure your routine vaccinations (like measles, mumps, rubella, diphtheria and tetanus) are up to date.

Choosing the best time to visit Bosnia and Herzegovina depends on your preferences. Here’s a quick rundown of the seasons: 

Spring (March to May): The weather is mild, and nature is in full bloom. It’s an excellent time for adventurous rafting excursions as the rivers flow strongly in spring.

Summer (June to August): If you love warm weather and outdoor adventures, summer is the peak season. The days are long, and there are plenty of cultural festivals and events to enjoy.

Autumn (September to November): This season offers beautiful landscapes as the leaves change colour. The vineyards around Mostar and Trebinje are in full harvest mode, making it an ideal time for wine enthusiasts.

Winter (December to February): If you’re a fan of winter sports, Bosnia and Herzegovina has some great skiing spots. Or warm up and relax in the thermal spas of Ilidža, where you can soak in hot, mineral-rich waters.

No matter when you visit, Bosnia and Herzegovina has something unique to offer.


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Bosnia & Herzegovina Convertible Marks Fast!

  • Free home delivery over £750
  • with Royal Mail Special Delivery 1pm
  • Better rates than the banks
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