For holders of diplomatic and official passports:
A visa is not required for a stay of up to 90 days during a period of six months
For holders of national passports and other travel documents:
A visa is not required for a stay of up to 90 days during a period of six months*
* The visa-free regime does not apply to holders of passports of the Republic of Serbia issued by the MoI of RS - Coordination Administration
ENTRY REGIME FOR CITIZENS OF THE REPUBLIC OF SERBIA DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC
Citizens of the Republic of Serbia are allowed to enter Estonia if they present one of the following documents: certificate of complete vaccination, negative PCR test not older than 72 hours, antigen test not older than 48 hours, or a proof of recovery from Covid-19 infection within the last 6 months.
All vaccines administered in the Republic of Serbia are accepted. Vaccination certificates must not be older than one year.
For persons who are travelling with negative tests, 10 days self-isolation is mandatory upon arrival to Estonia. Self-isolation may be shortened by an additional testing in Estonia, at earliest 6th day upon arrival.
Fully vaccinated persons do not have the obligation of self-isolation or additional testing.
All travelers must fill in an electronic questionnaire available at https://iseteenindus.terviseamet.ee/, not earlier than 72 hours prior to travel to Estonia.
For further information, including special rules for children’s travel, please visit following link https://vm.ee/en/information-countries-and-self-isolation-requirements-… .
ENTERING AND LEAVING THE COUNTRY
Holders of biometric passports of the Republic of Serbia do not require a visa for a stay in Estonia of up to 90 days during a period of six months. The visa-free regime does not apply to holders of passports of the Republic of Serbia issued by the Ministry of Interior - Coordination Administration. The passport must be issued during the past ten years, and be valid at least three months after the planned departure from Estonia.
Travellers from the Republic of Serbia, upon entering Estonian territory, may be requested to prove their purpose of stay (confirmation of hotel accommodation reservation, invitation letter, return ticket), that they have travel insurance, and that they have a sufficient amount of money for the costs of staying in Estonia (EUR 116.8 per day).
Declaring cash money in excess of EUR 10,000 is mandatory. When entering Estonia adult travellers who are not EU citizens may import, without payment of customs fees (for personal use), a maximum of 40 cigarettes (up to 200 cigarettes if travelling by airplane) or 50 cigars or 100 cigarillos or 50 grams of tobacco. The maximum permitted amounts of alcoholic beverages that adult travellers may bring in are as follows: 1 litre of hard spirit (containing over 22% of alcohol), or 2 litres of an alcoholic beverage containing under 22% of alcohol, as well as 4 litres of wine and 16 litres of beer. The total value of goods for personal use brought into Estonia may not exceed the limit of EUR 300 (if entering by road) or EUR 430 (if using air or maritime transport) per person.
A maximum of 10 litres of fuel may be brought in when entering Estonia by one's own car without payment of customs fees (in addition to the fuel already in the vehicle’s tank).
Travellers (non-EU citizens) entering Estonia may bring in 5 original packages of 10 different types of medicines or other medical products for personal use without special certificates. Travellers must, at the request of competent bodies, present evidence that the medicines are intended for personal use (prescription or purchase slip).
Travellers (non-EU citizens) entering Estonia may bring in food products (in their original packaging) without payment of fees in amounts considered reasonable for personal use. The import of meat and meat-based products, as well as milk and dairy products from countries outside the EU is prohibited.
SOCIAL SECURITY AGREEMENT
No social security agreement has been signed.
HEALTH SITUATION – The network of public healthcare institutions in Estonia is well developed and of high quality, in accordance with European standards. It is recommended to obtain a travel health insurance policy prior to travel for the duration of planned stay in Estonia. In case of medical emergencies, the general emergency telephone number is 112. Medical advice can be obtained 24 hours per day by calling 1220.
Current information on the health situation in Estonia can be found on the World Health Organization website: https://www.who.int/countries/est/.
SECURITY SITUATION – Estonia is a generally safe country, with a relatively low crime rate. The general emergency telephone number is 112 (police, rescue service, medical assistance). More information is available at: www.rescue.ee
TRANSPORT - Holders of Serbian driver's licences may drive motor vehicles during their stay in Estonia - having an international driving permit is not required. The car’s front headlights must always be on, and winter tires must be used during the winter period (October-April).
Public transport in Tallinn, the capital of Estonia, consists of a network of bus, tram and trolleybus lines. A single ticket may be purchased, valid for one hour of riding, and there are additional benefits for purchasing a daily, weekly or monthly ticket. More information is available at: www.tallinn.ee.
OTHER – The national currency is the euro. The use of payment cards issued in the Republic of Serbia is possible, along with the withdrawal of money at ATMs. The exchange of dinars for euros or other foreign currency is not possible in local exchange offices or banks.
During your stay in Estonia, for consular assistance and protection you may contact the Embassy of the Republic of Serbia in Finland (address: Kulosaarentie 36, 00570 Helsinki, telephone number: +358 9 6848 522 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org), covering Estonia on a non-residential basis.