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BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA(BAM) Currency News >>
Bosnia and Herzegovina Konvertibilna Marka - BAM, Symbol KM
NOTE: KM200, 100, 50, 20, 10, 5 and 1 and 50 pfenings.
COIN: KM2 and 1, and 50, 20 and 10 pfenings.
OTHER CURRENCY ACCEPTED:
You can use some euro notes as alternative to local currency - but it might be best to check this first. US Dollars are also accepted.
CREDIT/DEBIT CARDS AND ATMS:
Some credit cards are accepted, mainly in Sarajevo, but it is not generally advised to use these. Cash would be much more recommended.
This is possible in the main cities.
As mentioned, it is really best to use cash in Bosnia and it might be tricky to exchange traveller's cheques.
Not specified but restrictions do apply.
Bosnia and Herzegovina is situated in South Eastern Europe, and is surrounded by Croatia, Montenegro and Serbia. There are three main ethnic groups in this nation: Bosniak, Serb and Croat. Formerly belonging to the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, Bosnia and Herzegovina has been independent since the Yugoslav wars of the 1990s. The capital is Sarajevo.
Bosnia is famous for it's war during the 1990s, and is still in the process of re-building itself since that time. Market reforms are being introduced. The war caused GDP to fall 75%, a huge amount. This amount has increased by around 10%, however high unemployment figures are more worrying. On a positive note, tourism to the country is growing and gaining strength. Bosnia and Herzegovina is generally a cash-only economy.
TRAVEL CURRENCY PRODUCTS:
- Foreign Exchange - Corporate Clients
Buy and transfer foreign exchange - Corporate Clients
- Foreign Exchange - Private Clients
Buy and transfer foreign exchange - Private Clients
- Money Transfer - Remittance
Transfer money abroad and send money home online (under £500)
- Travel Money
Order travel money online - Get foreign cash delivered to your door
- Travel Money FX Cards
Get a travel money card - Best Euro and Dollar rates on a card
- Travellers Cheques
Order travellers cheques online and get them delivered to your home
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