Documents: European Union tourists who visit Serbia must have a valid passport or identity card. Children and minors must have their own passport. Visitors from other countries outside the European Union must have their passport. Visa: not necessary for tourism for a maximum period of 90 days.
Driving license: To drive in Serbia you need a national driving license.
Car insurance: European insurance is valid for entering your car in Serbia.
For the documents needed to travel to Serbia we always recommend checking the official website of the country.
SERBIA HEALTH INSURANCE, TRAVEL INSURANCE, AND MEDICAL ASSISTANCE
Healthcare: The health situation in Serbia is relatively good even if sometimes the health facilities present deficiencies. Additional travel and health insurance is recommended. We recommend taking out travel insurance that covers all medical costs.
Vaccinations: No vaccinations are required.
SERBIA MOBILE PHONES AND INTERNET
Telephones: International dialing code to call Serbia: 00381.
Mobile Phones: Serbia’s mobile phone network is widespread, only in less densely populated areas and in the mountains sometimes the signal can be poor or completely missing.
Mobile phone operators: MTS, Telenor, Vip.
Internet: Internet cafes are common in cities, in the capital and in the most important cities, free WIFi points are also starting to spread.
SERBIA POWER PLUGS AND ELECTRIC SOCKETS
Electricity: The electric current in Serbia is 220 volts, 50Hz.
Electrical outlets: The power plugs and sockets used in Serbia are those that are used throughout continental Europe, that is, those of type C and F.
SERBIA CURRENCY AND BANKS
Banks and Currency: The currency of Serbia is the Dinar.
Bank Opening Hours: Most banks in Serbia are open Monday to Friday from 8 to 19 and from 8 to 15 on Saturdays. On Sundays there is normally at least one bank on duty that keeps the offices open.
The climate of Serbia.