The four countries below, need to bring proof of a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken within 48 hours of arriving in Serbia: SERBIA COVID-19 ENTRY REQUIREMENTS
Quarantine Entry Requirements SERBIA COVID-19 ENTRY REQUIREMENTS
- There are no state-run or self-quarantine measures in place. Travelers are immediately free to explore Serbia.
- If a traveler tests positive for COVID-19 while in Serbia, they will face a mandatory quarantine.
COVID-19 Travel Insurance Entry Requirements
All travelers to Serbia are encouraged to have travel insurance that covers COVID-19 for the duration of their stay.
Travelers will be responsible for the cost of all medical treatments while in Serbia.
Visa Entry Requirements For Serbia During COVID-19
Many countries can travel to Serbia visa-free for up to 90 days.
If your country is NOT listed as a visa free nation, follow the below instructions.
Tourist Visas require the following:
Visa applications should be submitted to the Serbian embassy or consulate in your home country.
- Valid passport (passport must be valid at least 90 days from issue date of visa)
- Proof of payment for the trip issued by a travel agency (voucher or other type of payment receipt)
- Completed visa application form
- Photo (size 3.5×4.5cm)
- Return ticket or Itinerary (copy of Driving License and Insurance if you travel by car)
- Proof of sufficient funds for staying in Serbia
- Health insurance
- Visa fee SERBIA COVID-19 ENTRY REQUIREMENTS
Council Updates List of Epidemiologically Safe Third-Countries – Removes Serbia & Montenegro
The European Union Council has updated the list of third-countries rated as epidemiologically safe, the residents of which, the Council has decided, should be allowed to enter the European Union and Schengen Area Member States.
The list, which has been updated 16 days after it was first published on June 30, does not include any new countries, but removes two Western Balkan countries – Serbia and Montenegro – due to a sharp increase of Coronavirus cases in both in the last two weeks.
“Following the first review under the recommendation on the gradual lifting of the temporary restrictions on non-essential travel into the EU, the Council updated the list of countries for which travel restrictions should be lifted. This list will continue to be reviewed and, as the case may be, updated every two weeks,” a press release of the EU Council recalls.