Practical Info

Travel to Serbia 

Let's start your journey to Serbia! With all these information, we'd be surprised if you haven't started packing already. Even better, you don't need to worry much about papers and documentation because as of recently Serbia and China have come to mutual agreement and citizens can visit both countries without a visa or any special permission. Pack your bags for an ultimate outdoor adventure, dreamy history tour, the tastiest organic food and meeting beautiful happy people and enjoy one of the spas. Serbia has it all! On this page, you will find a practical guide with general information for visiting and customs.  

Crossing the border 

Chinese citizens don't need to go through complicated procedures, just bring your passport, and of course, don't forget to bring some euros. 

Customs approval of entry items 

The goods entering the country shall be submitted to the Customs by the person carrying the goods entering the country or the person responsible for the transportation of the goods. Non-Serbian goods submitted to Customs are subject to customs approval for processing or use. 

The goods that are processed after approval by the customs: 

- Can be placed items under the requirements of immigration procedures, 
- Goods enter the free zone or free warehouse 
- Re-export of goods from the customs area of  the Republic of Serbia 
- Destroyed items 
- Discarded items 

All goods shall be declared after being aggregated, and the procedures for handling or use after approval by the customs must be completed within 20 days from the date of settlement of the settlement. 

Entry into China from the Republic of Serbia 

The goods entering the country shall be submitted to the Customs by the person carrying the goods entering the country or the person responsible for the transportation of the goods. 

Visa regime - Touristic entrance with passports 
Holders of diplomatic, official and ordinary passports ("public") and ordinary business passport holders held by Chinese citizens get free access for 30 days. 

Hong Kong citizens, Hong Kong SAR passport holders get free access for 14 days. 

Macau citizen, Macao SAR passport holders get free access for 90 days. 

How to get to Serbia 

Belgrade is well connected with other European cities by railways, waterways, and airways. It has direct flights to and from Beijing. It is also easily reachable from all continents as the Belgrade Airport is connected with the major airports in Europe, Asia, and America.  

Nis also has an airport, although a small one, and only connected to the several other European cities.