The Government of Serbia, based on bilateral agreements or unilateral decisions, allows citizens of certain countries and territories to visit Serbia for tourism or business purposes without having to obtain a visa.
National ID Card
Citizens of EU countries, Iceland, Norway and Switzerland can use their national identity cards as travel documents when travelling to Serbia. Since Denmark, Iceland, Norway, Ireland and the United Kingdom do not issue ID cards to their citizens, this rule currently does not apply in their case. Citizens of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Macedonia and Montenegro may also enter with an ID card only.
Passport (no visa required)
Citizens of the following countries can enter and stay in Serbia without a visa for up to 90 days: 28 EU countries and the Schengen Area countries of Switzerland, Norway and Iceland; Albania, Andorra, Argentina, Australia, Bolivia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Costa Rica, Cuba, Israel, Japan, Liechtenstein, Macedonia, Mexico, Monaco, Mongolia, Montenegro, New Zeeland, San Marino, Seychelles, Singapore, South Korea, Tunisia, United Arab Emirates, United States, and Uruguay.
Citizens of the following countries can enter and stay in Serbia without a visa for up to 30 days: Belarus, Kazakhstan, Russia, and Ukraine.
Chinese citizens can enter without a visa only if their passport was endorsed with a stamp "on business" by the issuing authority. Chinese citizens with passports issued by the Special Administrative Regions of Macau and Hong-Kong can enter and stay in Serbia without a visa for up to 90 day and up to 14 days, respectively.
Citizens of countries not listed above have to obtain a visa from the Embassy or Consulate General of the Republic of Serbia in the country of their principal residence. More information can be obtained at the website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Serbia: http://www.mfa.gov.rs/en/.