Important information for Dutch citizens traveling in the region
Serbia has declared the state of emergency due to the spreading of the COVID-19
Following measures will apply:
- Closing of all border crossing points (except for Serbian citizens);
- Prohibition of entry to foreigners (except for those with residential status in Serbia);
- Mandatory self-isolation for 14 days for all citizens of Serbia after arrival, and for 28 days for citizens arriving from high-risk countries;
- Closing of nightclubs, children's playrooms, fitness centers, etc. Cafeterias, restaurants and bars will have limited opening hours (8:00 – 20:00) with a limited number of customers (max 50).
For detailed information on the situation in Serbia please visit: https://covid19.rs/homepage-english/
Montenegro introduced COVID-19 measures as follows:
- Closing of all border crossing points (except for Montenegrin citizens);
- Prohibition of entry to foreigners (except for those with residential status in Montenegro);
- Mandatory self-isolation for 14 days for all citizens of Montenegro and mandatory self-isolation for all passengers from abroad after their arrival;
- Prohibition of hotel services, except for already registered guests;
- Closing of nightclubs, cafeterias, restaurants, bars, children's playrooms, fitness centers, casinos etc.
- Limitation of the number of customers - max 50 in the stores and 100 in the markets.
For general questions about travelling
- Visit new QnAs page.
- Travelers could get in touch with 24/7 BZ contact centre for further questions.
- Travel advice (in Dutch) to be found at https://www.nederlandwereldwijd.nl/reizen/reisadviezen.