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Parcel to Bosnia and Herzegovina

Fantastic delivery to Bosnia and Herzegovina, starting at just £19.16

Great prices for delivery to Bosnia and Herzegovina

£50 free cover as standard* *excluding Hermes deliveries

Collection or drop-off at a local shop anytime

Track your parcel from door-to-door

Send bulky or heavy items weighing up to 1,000kg

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Get savings of up to 60% on your shipping when you book with ParcelHero

Whether you want to send important documents or gifts for family, ParcelHero can find you the right service at the right price for sending parcels to Bosnia and Herzegovina. We offer a range of courier services to Bosnia and Herzegovina, including express and economy, and we are experts at handling time sensitive deliveries. We only work with the best carriers to ensure that our customers always receive the same great service. We offer full tracking on all our deliveries and, as our parcels are scanned at every step of their journey, this means that you can monitor the progress of your delivery from start to finish.


Next day delivery to destinations throughout Bosnia and Herzegovina


Collect from anywhere in Bosnia and Herzegovina for parcel delivery to the UK

Customs in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Bosnia and Herzegovina is not yet an EU country, so you will need to include a customs invoice with your package so that it can clear local customs. This will be generated for you by the ParcelHero website using information gathered during the booking process. Duties and Taxes may be applied during the clearance process. These are levied by the local customs authority, and are not included in your ParcelHero price.

How do I clear Bosnia and Herzegovina customs?

Like any country, Bosnia and Herzegovina has a list of items that are prohibited for import, including potpourri, seeds and soil, among many other items. If you have any concerns about whether your items are likely to be prohibited for import then take a look at the Bosnia and Herzegovina customs authorities website or ParcelHero’s own rules about Prohibited and Restricted items.

Can I send food from Bosnia and Herzegovina to the UK?

Because ParcelHero works with some of the world’s leading courier services, we make it simple to send food from the UK to Bosnia and Herzegovina, or the other way around. There are a few things to keep in mind though; make sure your food is store bought, in the original packaging, and won’t expire within the next six months at least. Nothing homemade is allowed.

Can I send freight to Bosnia and Herzegovina?

ParcelHero savings of up to 60% on parcels of all shapes and sizes. We don’t flinch at even the largest and heaviest shipments, though we do need to be informed when the goods require a pallet.

Doing business in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Although not yet a part of the European Union, Bosnia and Herzegovina offer many of the benefits for European businesses. With future membership of the EU considered relatively likely, there may be significant benefits to establishing a presence in the country now. Luckily, Bosnia and Herzegovina are no strangers to British products, with trade between the two countries worth around £60 million. Leading UK exports to Bosnia and Herzegovina include:

  • pharmaceutical products
  • electrical machinery and equipment
  • plastic products and components of plastic materials

For more information and to see exporting opportunities, see our government partner Exporting is Great, or read the UK Government’s guide to exporting to Bosnia and Herzegovina.

How do I address a Parcel to Bosnia and Herzegovina

Making sure that your parcel arrives at its destination

Making sure that your package arrives safe and sound is simple with ParcelHero, but things are even easier for our delivery partners when your shipment is correctly addressed. It’s vital to include the following information on any parcel to Bosnia and Herzegovina:

  • John Smith
  • ul. Skenderija 60 [street address]
  • 71000 SARAJEVO [postal code and locality]

Postal codes are made up of five digits, and indicate the postal region and local post office of the destination address. The first two digits are for the postal region, while the last three indicate the nearest post office.

Public Holidays in Bosnia and Herzegovina

When you require your shipment to arrive on a specific date, you should keep in mind that our partner couriers only deliver on normal working days. Plan around public holidays or weekends to ensure that your parcel is delivered on time.

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