Tourist season is ongoing, so we checked what the citizens who are going to vacation are allowed to bring when going to countries where they intend to spend their summer vacation.
Visitors to Croatia are not allowed to bring meat, milk and dairy products from third countries, including BiH. They can bring up to five kilograms of fruits and vegetables except potatoes, and mothers can bring up to two kilograms of powder milk. On the other hand, you can bring 200 cigarettes or 250 grams of tobacco, one litre of alcoholic beverage (alcohol content more than 22 percent) and two litres of beverage with alcohol content less than 22 percent, five litres of wine and 16 litres of beer.
Montenegrin customs officials will allow you to bring baby food that is clearly declared and up to five kilograms of fresh fruits and vegetables, except potatoes. Adults are allowed to bring 200 cigarettes of 250 grams of tobacco, one litre of alcoholic beverage in original packaging, five litres of other drinks and five litres of bottled water.
You cannot bring meat, milk and dairy products from countries that are not members of the EU. You can bring up to two kilograms of food and powder milk for babies and up to five kilograms of fresh fruits and vegetables, except potatoes. You are allowed to bring 40 cigarettes or 20 cigarillos, ten cigars or 50 grams of tobacco, as well as a litre of strong alcoholic beverage, two litres of alcoholic beverage with alcohol content less than 22 percent, four litres of wine and 12 litres of beer.
In Macedonia, visitors can bring one kilogram of fruits and vegetables, as well as bread, pasta and rice in reasonable amounts. Also, foreign citizens can bring 200 cigarettes or 250 grams of tobacco, and adults can bring one litre of alcoholic beverage, one litre of wine, 50 ml of perfume or 250 ml of eau de toilette.
Bulgaria does not allow the visitors to bring meat, meat products, milk and dairy products. You are allowed to bring two kilograms of baby food in original packaging, bread, instant soup, as well as potatoes, vegetables and fruits in the amount of up to two kilograms per passenger. Visitors to Bulgaria can also bring 200 cigarettes or 250 grams of tobacco.
(Source: vijesti.ba/photo: tip.ba)