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Here are the most important rules mandated by law:

Objects of Negligible Value

  • Goods of a non-commercial nature, including gifts and souvenirs, contained in passengers personal luggage not exceeding a customs value of 200 KM (~100€);
  • Tobacco products: 200 cigarettes or 100 cigarillos or 250 grams of tobacco
  • Alcoholic beverages: 2 litres of still table wine, 1 litre of spirits or strong liqueurs over 22% volume; or 2 litres of fortified wine, sparkling wine or other liqueurs
  • Perfumes and toilet water: 60 cc/ml of perfume and 250 cc/ml of toilet water.
  • Travelers under 17 years of age are not entitled to import goods stated above

Drugs and technical quipment

  • Technical Equipment: proof of belonging (usually a receipt)
  • Pharmaceutical products and Medicaments: doctor’s prescription

(Note: see the mailing list thread about likely real-world interpretation of these conditions.)

Restricted goods

  • Firearms, explosives, ammunition, live animals, endangered species

Prohibited goods for import

  • Unlicensed drugs, offensive weapons, counterfeit and pirated goods, meat, milk, and other animal products.

For a detailed customs rules and laws read the official Government document.

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