Serbia motorhome country guide

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derdap serbia castle river old
drvengrad kusturica serbia area
tram belgrade serbia
zlatibor mountain yellow house

Serbia is not currently in the EU but has applied to be a member. Further tourist information can be found at www.serbia.travel. You must register with the police within 24 hours of your arrival. EU citizens can visit for 90 days without a visa.

Campsites, Motorhome Stopovers and Offsite-Parking in Serbia (free wild camping)
There are plenty of campsites in Serbia listed on the Camping Association of Serbia, www.camping.rs.

Driving your motorhome or campervan in Serbia
Roads in Serbia are of average European standard. The Foreign Office states that a ‘particularly notorious road is the Ibarska Magistrala (linking Belgrade, via Cacak and Užice, to Montenegro)’ and advises vigilance on busy motorways, rural roads and in poor weather conditions. The motorways are toll, take a ticket when you enter the motorway and produce it when you pay at the exit of the motorway. Motorways accept both the local Dinars and Euros, foreign vehicles are charged more than local vehicles. Fines issued by police should be paid at the post office or bank, not directly to the policeman. Do not exit Serbia into Kosovo and be aware of unexploded mines close to the Kosovo border. Your green Card must be denoted SRB and drivers are required to have an International Drivers Licence. Dipped headlights are compulsory at all times. Snow chains must be carried in winter. LPG is available from some fuel stations