Iceland's breathtaking natural beauty, geothermal wonders, and vibrant culture make it a sought-after destination for travelers. Suppose you're a citizen of Bosnia and Herzegovina planning a journey to Iceland. In that case, there's a vital step you need to know about – the upcoming Iceland European Travel Information and Authorization System.
In this guide, we'll walk you through obtaining an Iceland ETIAS and help you determine if you require one.
Join us as we simplify the requirements and steps to ensure your Icelandic adventure is seamless and unforgettable.
Do citizens of Bosnia and Herzegovina need an Iceland ETIAS?
Yes, citizens of Bosnia and Herzegovina will need an ETIAS for travel once it launches in 2025. This travel document will grant access to 30 European countries and four microstates.
The ETIAS will be valid for three years, allowing stays of up to 90 days within 180 days.
Learn more about the Iceland ETIAS for citizens of Bosnia and Herzegovina here.
You can find the 30 countries and four microstates you will be able to visit with your Iceland ETIAS on this map:
How to obtain an Iceland ETIAS from Bosnia and Herzegovina with us
Once it’s operational, getting your Iceland ETIAS online using our service will be a simple process:
Step 1: Provide your essential information and travel details through our user-friendly website or the convenient iVisa App. Select your preferred processing time and complete the payment.
Step 2: Fill out the rest of the ETIAS application form and upload all the necessary documents.
Step 3: Submit the form and wait for travel authorization confirmation. Once it is approved, it is advisable to print a copy and keep a digital version on your phone for a hassle-free experience at airports and border checkpoints in any ETIAS-eligible country.
For further details about the European Travel Information and Authorization System, contact our customer service team via online chat or email us at [email protected]. We're here to assist you in obtaining an Iceland ETIAS travel authorization from Bosnia and Herzegovina.