Travel Information

El Salvador citizens travelling to Serbia

Citizens of El Salvador that are travelling to Serbia need a stamped visa in their passport prior to arriving.

What to expect in Serbia

🤝 friendly locals
inexpensive cost of living
⚡ Above average wifi
bad air quality
❄️ cold weather
Not many tourists
👯‍♂️ good for parties

Common Tourist Questions

🥘 Do I need to tip?

No, you are not expected to tip at restaurants and other service businesses.

💰 Should I carry cash?

Yes, you should carry cash on you. Foreigners usually deal in cash.

☎️ Where do I get a SIM card from?

Some popular telecom companies are



💦 Can I drink tap water?

Yes, you can generally drink tap water. This may not apply in smaller towns and rural areas. Double-check when you arrive.

🚕What do I use to get around?

Popular ride-hailing services include


Exchange Rates

The primary currency is RSD.

1 SVC = 12.247384 RSD

To put that in perspective, the average dinner will cost you roughly $4.69 USD.

Visa Status

A Visa needs to be provided by the country prior to travelling.

Notes and Passport Validity

There are no special notes about passport validity at this time. In general, it is good to ensure that your passport is valid 3 months after your trip ends.

Safety and Security

Do not travel.

We now advise all not to travel overseas at this time, due to the health risks from the COVID-19 pandemic and the significant disruptions to global travel. This includes to Serbia. If you’re already overseas and wish to return to Australia, we recommend you do so as soon as possible by commercial means. On 15 March the Serbian President declared a State of Emergency for the country. Serbia has closed its borders to all foreign nationals, except transport crew, accredited diplomats and those who are temporary or permanent residents. All schools and universities are closed until further notice and public gatherings are restricted. Measures are also in place to limit the movements of senior citizens in Serbia (over 65 years of age). Monitor local media for the latest developments and follow the advice of local authorities. We now advise you to: Do not travel to Serbia.


These values are calculated by computing the average scores that we have available to us across all cities in Serbia. In some cases, they may not be completely accurate.

Internet Speed (5.00 / 5)
Safety (3.83 / 5)
Cost of Living (5.00 / 5)
Average Hotel Cost

$42.00 USD / night

Average Dinners

$4.69 USD

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