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Europe

Serbia Travel Guide

According to iTypeUSA, Serbia is a country located in Europe with name that begins with letter S. Check Countryaah to find more countries that begin with letter S.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

  • Visa requirement: No.
  • Travel documents: passport or identity card
  • Passport validity: until departure
  • Cream colored emergency passport: Accepted
  • Minors: Minors who have not yet reached the age of 16 are not allowed to travel to Serbia alone, but can only travel with a travel companion with the consent of their parents. Children of divorced parents require a declaration of consent from the parent responsible for custody.
    Minors over 16 years of age traveling alone require a certified declaration of consent from both parents or the legal guardian. It is also recommended to have a copy of the child’s (international) birth certificate and, if applicable, the custody decision.

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HEALTH

Hospitals and hygienic conditions do not meet European standards, especially in the south.

It is strongly recommended that you take a first-aid kit with you that not only contains medicines you need regularly but also medicines for common travel illnesses. Anyone who is dependent on certain medications should have sufficient supplies and proof of their medical prescription with them. You can find more information on taking medication abroad on the website of the Ministry of Social Affairs.
Measles and the West Nile virus appear.

It is recommended that you contact your family doctor or another suitable facility in good time before you start your journey to find out about any vaccinations that may be required. You can also obtain detailed information on common infectious diseases while traveling from the Austrian public health portal or from the tropical medical institutes.

There is a social security agreement with Austria. The European health insurance card (e-card) can be used, but must be presented to the Serbian health insurance company RZFO before treatment.
However, taking out additional insurance for illness and ambulance should be considered. This particularly applies to ambulance flights, which are offered by several Austrian companies.

All about money

The import of foreign currency is permitted without restriction, but must be declared upon entry from an amount of 10,000 EUR. Local currency can easily be imported up to an equivalent value of EUR 10,000 per person; exchange receipts must be presented for this. Luggage can be brought duty-free.

Credit cards are accepted in good hotels and shops as well as modern petrol stations on motorways and express routes.

Objects of higher value, antiques (e.g. wedding gifts made of gold, gold coins) should be declared upon entry. The import of weapons (including bows, arrows, knives, gas pistols, sporting and hunting weapons) and ammunition without official approval is punishable by high prison sentences.

The export of foreign currency amounts to the equivalent of more than EUR 10,000 per person is permitted if the certificate of the declaration on import or a certificate of the purchase of the foreign currency is presented. Violations of the declaration obligation can be punished with the confiscation of funds upon departure.

You can also find more information at the IATA Travel Center. The stated quantities and amounts are non-binding guidelines, legally binding information can only be given by the representative authority of this country.

Other essential information

  • Capital: Belgrade
  • Country code: RS
  • Language: Serbian, minority languages
  • Foreign languages: English, German, Italian
  • Currency: 1 dinar (RSD) = 100 para
  • Electric current: 220 volts / 50 Hertz alternating current

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