For holders of diplomatic and official passports:

Visa not required for stays of up to 30 days

For holders of national passports and other travel documents:

Visa not required for stays of up to 30 days


Visa not required for holders of an emergency travel document in transit



Citizens of the Republic of Serbia, coming on a direct flight or by rail, may enter the Republic of Uzbekistan with a negative PCR test result (in Russian or English language), issued within previous 72 hours. Children up to 2 years of age are not required to undergo PCR testing.
The list of laboratories and medical institutions in Uzbekistan that are approved for PCR testing is indicated at the following link:
Individuals arriving by vehicle via border checkpoints are allowed to enter Uzbekistan provided they present a negative result for coronavirus infection, which will be obtained at their own expense by a rapid testing in special clinics or laboratories operating at border checkpoints.
People travelling or arriving from any "Red" or "Yellow" category countries are subject to a mandatory period of 14 days self-isolation in a home quarantine at the place of residence or in a hotel.
Persons that are coming from a “Green” category countries will not be subject to any quarantine or self-isolation measures unless they display symptoms on arrival.
General entry requirements for tourist from "Red" or "Yellow" category countries are displayed at state border crossings, airports and train stations.



As of 1 February 2019, pursuant to the Decree of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan on additional measures for the accelerated development of tourism in the Republic of Uzbekistan of 5 January 2019, holders of all types of passports (diplomatic, official, national) do not need visas to enter the Republic of Uzbekistan and stay for up to 30 days, regardless of the purpose of travel. After a 30-day stay, foreigners must leave the territory of the Republic of Uzbekistan. Exceeding the 30-day period without a visa is considered a sanctionable offence. Foreign nationals needing to stay in the Republic of Uzbekistan for more than 30 days, they must first obtain an appropriate visa for the purpose of travel.



No social security agreement has been concluded.



HEALTH SITUATION — No vaccination is mandatory. However, vaccination against hepatitis A is recommended. 

SECURITY SITUATION — The security situation in the Republic of Uzbekistan is stable. There is, however, a permanent possibility of escalation of the conflict with Kyrgyzstan (Fergana Valley). The main forms of crime against foreign tourists are pickpocketing and theft.

TRANSPORT — The main airport is located in Tashkent. There are direct flights to/from London, Birmingham, Athens, Amsterdam, Frankfurt, Moscow, Paris, Beijing, Bangkok, Dhaka, New Delhi, Istanbul, New York, Seoul, and Tel Aviv. The road network is developed but neglected.

OTHER INFORMATION — The national currency is the sum (UZS).

Although cash payments are most common, all types of credit cards are accepted (Visa, Master, American Express, etc.).

Hotel accommodation is mainly available in Tashkent, Bukhara, and Samarkand.

For direct contact, please refer to the Embassy of the Republic of Uzbekistan in Moscow (Russian Federation) (telephone number: 007 499 23 07 552, fax number: 007 499 23 88 918, and e-mail:


Contact information:

For consular assistance and protection while in the Republic of Uzbekistan, please contact the Embassy of the Republic of Serbia in Moscow (Russian Federation), which covers Uzbekistan on a non-residential basis, at the following telephone number: 007 495 98 86 645, or e-mails:,