Travel advice

  • Ensure that the passports and/or identity cards, if required, are valid and effective.
  • Comply with the laws and regulations of host country and adhere to travel conditions and international aviation regulations, and avoid carrying prohibited items.
  • Keeping official documents such passports, airline tickets and personal valuables in safe places.
  • Do not pawn your passport or ID card to any party in any way.
  • If you are accompanying servants and non-Qatari companions, the sponsor must inquire about the visas and procedures in this regard.
  • It is preferred not to carry gold jewelry and valuables while traveling.
  • Watch your children in gatherings and markets.
  • In the event of any problem - you must immediately inform the Embassy of the State of Qatar and notify the officials of the problem.
  • Do not allow the security services in the host country to search your accommodation without a search warrant from the competent authority.
  • If you are interrogated in any case you must inform the Embassy of the State of Qatar immediately.
  • Ensure the official capacity of the people who ask you to show your identity.
  • Keep the numbers of Qatar's Embassy in the host country with you for reference when necessary.
  • Keep the number of your passport and ID for reference in case you lose your passport or ID card.
  • Do not carry a large amount of cash during travel and keep any currency exchange receipt.
  • On arrival at your destination, you should declare any large amount of cash, as failing to do this may result in prosecution.

General entry requirements for Serbia:

  • Valid passport/travel document
  • Valid visa in the passport:

    On June 18, 2015 the Government of the Republic of Serbia announced the abolition of visa requirements to holders of Qatari passports. Qatari passport holders can travel to Serbia at any time they want without a prior visa. They can stay for a period not exceeding 90 days within six months from the date of the first entry.

  • Proof of sufficient funds for staying in Serbia. Sufficient funds are considered to be 50 Euros per day of stay, proved by possession of the appropriate amount of cash, bank statement, traveler’s cheques, credit cards or a letter of guarantee
  • Certificate of vaccination or a note that he/she has not contracted a contagious disease despite coming from an area affected by a pandemic, as defined by the information of the Ministry of Health.
  • If underage children are travelling with one of their parents, it is necessary to submit a relevant certified authorization by the other parent; or if the child is travelling with a third person such authorization is required from both parents or guardian
  • It is recommended to have a health insurance for the period of stay in Serbia, covering possible medical costs to the amount of not less than 20,000 Euros.