Picture by Mihailo Milovanovic

                                                                                                       Picture by Mihailo Milovanovic

If you are a citizen of the EU, Andorra, Argentina, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Belarus,, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Croatia, Cyprus, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Great Britain, Greece, Hungary, Holy See (Vatican), Ireland, Iceland, Italy, Israel, Latvia, Lichtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Macedonia, Malta, Monaco, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russian Federation, San Marino, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Switzerland, Sweden, United States of America, you can enter Serbia without a visa and may stay in the country for 90 days. Citizens of other countries must obtain a visa from a Serbian consulate before travelling.

Conditions for issue of visas to citizens of states subject to visa regime:

1. Valid passport.
2. Letter of invitation in the case of a private visit (certified by the relevant authority in Serbia) or an invitation from a company for a business visit or written confirmation from a local or authorised tourist organisation of payment for travel services (travel voucher or other proof of payment). 
3. On a reciprocal basis, a foreign citizen may be required to show: A return travel ticket; Proof of sufficient funds in hard currency; Confirmation from the health service that any costs of medical treatment will be met. 

Group and transit visas

Travellers from countries whose citizens need a visa to travel to Serbia may obtain group travel visas through local tourist agencies. In order for a transit visa to be issued to citizens of these countries, they must have a visa for the country to which they are travelling after transit through Serbia. A transit visa costs around €30. In order for a transit visa to be issued to citizens of these countries, they must have a visa for the country to which they are travelling after transit through Serbia.

TOURIST INFO CENTERS

City of Belgrade (City center)
tel. +381 (0)11 7157-453
Kraljice Marije 1/XI, 11000 Beograd, Serbia
mail: beoinfo@beograd.gov.rswww.beograd.rs

Knez Mihailova 5 (City center)
tel. +381 11 26 35 622,  +381 11 26 35 343
Mon-Sat. 09.00-21.00, Sun. 10.00-15.00h
mail: bginfo.knezmihailova@tob.co.rs

Main railway station
tel. +381 11 36 12 732
(07-13.30h, Sun. closed)
bginfo.stanica@tob.co.rs

Airport "Nikola Tesla"
tel. +381 11 20 97 828 (09-21.30h)
info-aerodrom@serbia.travel

Sava Marine, Karadjordjeva St.
Seasonal tourist information center
Business hours: Monday - Sunday: 08-11h and 17-20h

Tourist Center of Zemun, Zemun, Zmaj Jovina 14, tel. 2192-094
Association of Tourist Guides, Dečanska 8а, tel. 3230-566
quides.serbia@gmail.comwww.quides-serbia.com

TOURIST ORGANIZATION OF SERBIA
Čika Ljubina 8, tel. 6557-100, fax. 2626-767
office@serbia.travelwww.srbija.travel
Information center, Čika Ljubina 8, tel. 6557-127

MINISTRY OF ECONOMY AND REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT
Bul. kralja Aleksandra 15, tel. 3347-231, www.merr.gov.rs

YUTA - Business Association of Tourist Agencies
Kondina 14, tel. 3228-687, faks 3224-137, www.yuta.rs