Continuing to analyze the various nations of Europe, we decided to dwell on a country that, despite a historical past not particularly simple, seems to have recovered and opened to the international economy. in the heart of the Balkan region, the cradle of the famous "Jerusalem of Europe", the country that is the protagonist of our mini guide today is Bosnia and Herzegovina. Land of ethnic groups from all over the world, has recently been revalued from all economic and social points of view, to the point of leading many investors to buy a property in Bosnia and Herzegovina, as a second home or, even as before!
What do you say? Are you tired of the usual daily routine and would you like to have the opportunity to start from scratch? What if we told you that Bosnia would be the nation tailored to you? Well, if you still have any doubt, we invite you to read the next lines, where we will try to give you all the information about this land and dissolve all fears!
What can we say, we can start with our guide signed of course Realigro!
Let's start by saying that to enter this country, you must show a valid identification document (not less than three months for the planned stay). As regards security, Bosnia in recent years, has seen a marked improvement, given also by the international military presence on the territory. Even the health facilities enjoy a 'good management, especially in metropolitan areas and, heard heard, the sector requires new professional figures to be included (so, if you are looking for a job in this area, you're lucky! ).
The official language is Bosnian, but are also spoken Croatian and Serbian. To avoid any communication problem, remember that English is widely known.
The national currency is the Bosnian Mark (BAM). (1 euro corresponds to 1,96 BAM).
Let's now analyze in detail what is the actual cost of living in Bosnia and Herzegovina. As always we have decided to create, for more convenience, a list with the main products of the basket of goods and the costs of a stay in Bosnia.
Milk (normal), (1L)1,35 KM
Fresh white bread (500g) 1,06 KM
Rice (white), (1kg) 2,02 KM
Eggs (normal) (12) 2,86 KM
Local cheese (1kg) 9,95 KM
Chicken breast (1kg) 7,21 KM
Monthly utilities 238.02 KM
Meal, Cheap Restaurant7,00 KM
One way ticket (local means of transport) 1,80 KM
Monthly subscription (full price) 50,00 KM
Finally, after having given a complete picture of the economic situation in this country, it is time to go into detail and understand what is the price of a property in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The most known and visited city is of course the capital, Sarajevo, but among other notable places we find Mostar, famous for its bridge destroyed by the war and rebuilt thanks to UNESCO funds in 2004. Generally, an independent house in a secondary city, starts from 50,000 euros, while for the more metropolitan areas, the prices even double.
What can I say, we hope that this guide has been useful for you. We wish you a good trip, to discover this wonderful land!
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