Bosnia and Herzegovina is successfully winning its COVID-19 battle. New cases are decreasing rapidly while measurement taken by state authorities gave significant results. Borders are opened again, with some exceptions, and the country's tourism is slowly waking up.
Hotels and restaurants reopen
Hotels all around the country reopened after authorities decided to stop state of emergency. All the airports in the country have also reopened. Tuzla International Airport is experiencing most of the wake up, with many lines back to business again. Sarajevo International Airport as the biggest airport in the country is also back to business, but largely depends on airline providers.
Safe to travel
Given well situation development, masks are not obligatory in the country anymore (open spaces). All the restaurants and hotels have made significant efforts to make their guests safe. Disinfection products can be found all over these, as well as in public transportation, taxi vehicles and elsewhere. Safety of the guests is at the most for all the places you visit.
Europcar safe policy
Europcar Bosnia and Herzegovina is prioritizing safety aspect of its clients. It complies with general Europcar rules and regulations regarding COVID-19 pandemic. Information on safety may be found at rental stations and in the vehicles. All the vehicles are disinfected prior to renting. Social distancing in rental stations is mandatory, so is disinfection of the keys and rental stations after every client. When returning a vehicle no signature is requested. Although measures have been eased, we strongly advise our clients to be careful and obey all the rules and regulations given by authorities.
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