Bosnia & Herzegovina Convertible Marks
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Travel advise: payments in Bosnia and Herzegovina
Jet off well-informed to Bosnia and Herzegovina. Here are some handy facts about cash and card payments in Bosnia.
Yes. In most international hotels, large shops and supermarkets in Sarajevo, Mostar and other Bosnian cities you will be able to pay with international debit and credit cards.
Some British banks may charge for international card payments. In addition your bank's BAM to GBP exchange rate may not be so good. This is how banks make money. Before using your bank card for payments in Bosnia and Herzegovina it's certainly a good idea to contact your bank. This will avoid your card becoming blocked due to international transactions that your bank may find suspicious.
It's best to take some cash with you when you travel to Bosnia and Herzegovina. Although cards are widely accepted in Bosnia and Herzegovina, some vendors may not be able to accept international cards and ask for cash payment.
Cash remains an important means of payment in Bosnia and Herzegovina and it is a great fallback option. Taxi drivers, street vendors and tour guides will often only accept cash. Cash, especially smaller banknotes and coins, is also useful for tipping.
In Sarajevo the cost of living is lower than most other European cities. A coffee costs about 3 marks. A three-course meal in a mid-range restaurant will set you back between 20 and 30 marks per person.
Prices are cheaper in smaller cities and towns. Prices in Bosnia (Sarajevo) are about 10% higher than prices in Herzegovina (Mostar).
In touris-heavy areas in Sarajevo and Mostar, tips are common and in many cases expected. Tips are usually in the 5% to 10% range but can be more if the service was exceptional.
Banknotes in Bosnia and Herzegovina
Two types of banknotes 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.
Coins in Bosnia and Herzegovina
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 to exchange Bosnia and Herzegovina Convertible Mark coins back to cash.
Bosnia's 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 need to be aware that amounts over the equivalent value of €2500 EUR require a bank certificate to prove that the amount has been taken out from a currency saving accounts or bought from an authorized bank.
Ordering Bosnia and Herzegovina Convertible Marks online
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Selling back Bosnia and Herzegovina Convertible Marks
If you have Bosnia and Herzegovina Convertible Marks to sell, follow this link to exchange Bosnia and Herzegovina Convertible Marks to Pounds, 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.