What currency can I pay with?
The official currency of Bosnia and Herzegovina is the Convertible Mark (Konvertibilna Maraka or KM). It is officially abbreviated as BAM. This currency is tied to the EURO. Expect your change in KM however. You do not have to accept other currencies as change. There are cash machines in all major cities in BiH.
Is the water drinkable?
BiH has an exceptionally high quality of drinking water. Water from the tap is safe to drink as well as most places in the mountains or fountains in towns or along the side of the road.
Do I need any vaccinations?
No vaccinations are needed upon entry into BiH.
What is the population of Bosnia and Herzegovina?
Capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina is?
Sarajevo with population of 579,000
What languages are spoken in Bosnia and Herzegovina?
Bosnian, Croatian, Serbian
What are the religions in Bosnia and Herzegovina?
Muslim, Orthodox, Roman Catholic, and other minority
What are the core industries in Bosnia and Herzegovina?
Steel, coal, iron ore, lead, zinc, manganese, bauxite, vehile assembly, in agriculture wheat, corn, fruites, begetables; livestock.
What are the major export industries?
Metals, clothing, wood products, electricity