Serbia reopened its borders for tourism as of June 1st, 2020. Serbia is now allowing visitors to travel to the country under the normal regulations pre-COVID-19. That is to say, no mandatory testing and no quarantine period for arriving tourists.
Which Countries Can Visit Serbia?
In other words, Serbia is now operating back to normal border regulations. So all normal countries that could visit Serbia before the pandemic, can visit again now.
Here’s the full list:
COVID-19 Testing Entry Requirements
As of August 15th, Serbia implemented PCR test for tourists coming from 4 countries. The proof of the negative COVID-19 test must be taken within 48 hours before arriving in Serbia. The four countries are Croatia, Bulgaria, Romania, and North Macedonia.
For other countries, there will be no COVID-19 tests required for entry into Serbia.
Is There Any Quarantine Entry Requirements?
Apparently, there are no state-run or self-quarantine measures in place. To sum it up, all travelers are immediately free to explore Serbia. However, if a traveler tests positive for COVID-19 while in Serbia, that’s the time he or she will face a mandatory quarantine.
Other Entry Requirements
- Travelers should have travel insurance that covers COVID-19.
- If your country that is listed above needs a valid visa. You can check if your country can travel to Serbia without a visa here.
Health Protocols and Safety Measures in Serbia
- Face masks and social distancing of at least 1.5 meters (5 feet) are mandatory in public spaces.
- A ban on gatherings of more than 10 people.
What’s Open in Serbia?
- Hotels and accommodations
- Public gatherings limited to 1000 people
- Salons, barbers and spas
- Farmer’s markets
- Retail stores, shopping malls, and boutiques
- Gyms and fitness centers
- Restaurants and cafes
- Bus and rail public transportation
- Smaller casinos and gambling facilities
- Some tourist attractions like museums, galleries, etc.
Moreover, the list above is subject to social distancing and proper health protocols.
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