Travel, Visas and Accommodation
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• Visas
• Accommodation
• Belgrade and Serbia



Citizens of certain countries do not need a visa to enter Serbia or for a short stay (up to 90 days). After the 90 day period you will need to apply for temporary residence. Temporary residence may be granted to a foreigner who intends to stay in the Republic of Serbia for more than 90 days for the purposes of internships/education/employment, conducting business or other professional activities. If you intend to stay longer than the 90 day period, we will help you with the temporary visa application.

Citizens of the following countries do not need a visa to enter Serbia or for a short stay (up to 90 days): Albania, Andorra, Argentina, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Belarus, Bolivia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Canada, Chile, Croatia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Cyprus, The Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Great Britain, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Macedonia, Malta, Monaco, The Netherlands, Norway, New Zealand, Poland, Portugal, The Republic of Korea, Romania, San Marino, the Seychelles, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Switzerland, Sweden, Tunisia, The United States of America, Vatican City. 

For citizens not on the above list, a short stay visa must be issued in their country of residence. 

The duration of stay of a foreigner with a short stay visa should not exceed 90 days. After the 90 days if you are still with us, regardless of whether you were here with a visa or without it, you must apply for temporary residence, with which we will help with the application process. 



We can help with any accommodation needs you may have. We can recommend hotels, hostels or even short stay apartments depending on your budget and suitable for your needs. Prices for a longer stay may be arranged depending on how long the intended period of stay is. 

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About Belgrade and Serbia

Belgrade is famous for its exciting nightlife, gastronomy and excellent restaurants. 

One can go for a swim at Ada Ciganlija, an island on the river Sava, with pebbly beaches and numerous sports and recreational facilities. You can visit the downtown bohemian quarter of Skadarlija, and also walk along the most central Belgrade street, Knez Mihailova, which is a pedestrian zone full of the best shops this side of Europe.

Bars, clubs, rafts and casinos work every day of the week. A contagious atmosphere of crazy parties and good fun rules in the city that has recently become a hotspot for nightlife in Europe , and best of all, Belgraders are a friendly bunch and will be happy to party with you.

Strahinjica Bana Street is a unique fun zone. A single city center street that houses around twenty cafes, restaurants and bars, always filled with loud and cheerful Belgraders. It is the place to be for more affluent Belgrade residents.

The award winning EXIT festival is the biggest music festival in Southeast Europe and definitely an event not to be missed.While Munich's Oktoberfest is more famous and has a longer tradition - The Belgrade Beer Fest is, according to the average number of visitors, the biggest beer festival in Southeast Europe and offers a crazy party atmosphere in one of the most buzzing cities in Europe at the moment. Serbia is home to the world's biggest trumpet festival. Every year, almost one million people descend on the tiny village of Guca in Western Serbia for a week-long competition of the best of brass bands in the country - and the world. It's been described as 'the wildest music festival on earth', and draws both musicians and fans from around the globe. 

Any activity you could think of, Serbia offers it! The beautiful landscapes will make white water rafting, kayaking and hiking all the more enjoyable. If the indoor scene is more of your style, we've got malls with arcades, cinemas and a phenomenal shopping scene. Serbians really love their shopping. 

So come to Serbia - you will have the experience of a life-time.

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