Data updated on 30.10.2020.
The coronavirus pandemic has restricted the movement of people across the planet. Although the fight against the virus is still going on, people have the need and desire to socialise and travel. But in order to travel, they must be sure that they will be safe and healthy in that place.
The situation on COVID-19 in Serbia is monitored and checked daily.
Here you can get acquainted with all the details you need to cross the border and stay in Serbia.
There are no restrictions for foreign citizens to enter the Republic of Serbia, except for citizens who come from:
- Republic of Northern Macedonia
- Republic of Bulgaria
- Republic of Croatia.
Citizens of the above-mentioned countries are allowed to enter if they have a negative PCR test not older than 48 hours, issued by the reference national laboratory of the country from which they come, i.e. to enter the Republic of Serbia.
Find more information on the website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Serbia.
It is compulsory to wear protective masks on public transport.
For information on the measures you need to follow to feel safe and secure, see:
When traveling by rail in Serbia, it is necessary to adhere to the prescribed safety measures.
While there is a danger of spreading the contagious COVID-19 disease, when in indoor public places, citizens are obliged to wear protective masks everywhere, always and in every place, even in open spaces, and maintain a distance of at least one and a half meters between persons who do not reside in the same household, in order to prevent the spread of the contagious COVID-19 disease, i.e. one person can be present on every 4 m2. Public gatherings of up to 30 persons at the same time, in indoor and outdoor public places, are allowed in the territory of the Republic of Serbia. The distance between the persons present must be at least 1.5 m, i.e. one person can be present in every 4 m2. A fine of 5,000 dinars shall be imposed on any individual who violates the measure of compulsory wearing of a protective mask on public transport or indoors, prescribed by this Decree or acts of the Government adopted on the basis of this Decree.
Restaurants and cafes in the indoor parts of the facilities have working hours until 11 p.m., and in the outdoor parts until 1 a.m.
Shops are open according to the usual working hours from 6 a.m. until 11 p.m., and shopping centres from 10 a.m. until 10 p.m.
Theatres and cinemas are open to visitors in compliance with all the prescribed safety measures.
Museums and galleries are open to visitors in compliance with all the prescribed safety measures.
Depending on the epidemiological situation, the local government may adopt other measures.
In case you feel the symptoms of the COVID-19 virus, contact the public health institute at the destination.