Travel regulations

Foreign citizens may enter Serbia with valid passports. Visas are not required for all European and most other countries, citizens of some countries outside of EU may be required to have Visa for entry into Serbia. If you need more information on the Visas and custom regulations visit the website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Serbia, or check in the Serbian Embassy in your country.

Money Exchange

The official currency in Serbia is DINAR (RSD). Bills can only be paid in RSD. The foreign currencies can be exchanged in the official exchange offices across the city or in banks and post offices. Exchange offices, banks and post offices are open from 08:00 AM to 07:00 PM on weekdays, and from 08:00 AM to 03:00 PM on Saturdays.

Current exchange list

EMU EUR 1 115.26
Australia AUD 1 93.86
Croatia HRK 1 15.34
Switzerland CHF 1 95.9
Canada CAD 1 90.02
Japan JPY 100 114.73
United Kingdom GBP 1 143.58
United States USD 1 91.49
Czech Republic CZK 1 4.51

Note that the exchange rate is due to change on daily basis! For up-to-date information on the exchange rate visit the webpage of National Bank of Serbia.

Credit Cards

All major credit cards, such as American Express, Visa and MasterCard are widely accepted in hotels, restaurants and shops. ATMs of various networks and banks are popular and easily accessible in all towns in Serbia and cash may be withdrawn usually 24h per day.

Liability and Insurance

All participants are reminded that neither the Organising Committee nor the technical organiser of the 30th Eucarpia Fodder Crops and Amenity Grasses Section Meeting are liable for any losses, accidents, personal injuries or damage of private property. Participants and accompanying persons are requested to make their own arrangements in respect of health and travel insurance.


Electricity in Serbia is 220V, 50Hz. Continental Europe (Schuko) plugs are used.

Drinking Water

Tap water is excellent and safe to drink in Vrnjačka Banja and all towns in central Serbia.


European summer time, one hour ahead of Greenwich Mean Time (GMT).


The weather in Vrnjačka Banja in May is generally fair with morning temperatures around 15 degrees and afternoon high between 20 and 25 degrees. Afternoon showers or thunderstorms are not unusual but prolonged rain or cold is unlikely.

Enjoy Serbia!