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Iceland visa requirements for Serbian citizens

Do Serbian citizens need a visa for Iceland?

Serbian citizens do not need a tourist visa when travelling to Iceland in 2023. Serbian passport holders can stay in Iceland for a short period of time (for 90 days). Please, read all the information below to make your trip easy and safe.

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Updated: 09/09/2023.

Entry requirements

visa free

Duration of stay

90 days

Purpose of travel


Passport validity for travel to Iceland

Passport must be valid for 3 months on leaving destination.

Is it safe to travel to Iceland?

Iceland has a current risk level of 2.8 (out of 5). We advise to use some caution when travelling Iceland. The safety index is based on travel advisories from independent 5 sources.

Safety index is provided by 09/09/2023.

Iceland customs rules

Duty-free allowance

Bringing alcohol

Restricted to travellers 20 years and over. One of the following combinations:

  • 1 litre of spirits, 0.75 litre of wine and 3 litres of beer;
  • 3 litres of wine and 6 litres of beer;
  • 1 litre of spirits and 6 litres of beer;
  • 1.5 litres of wine and 2 litres of beer;
  • or 18 litres of beer.

Tobacco limit

Restricted to travellers 18 years and over. One of the following:

  • 200 cigarettes;
  • or 250 grams other tobacco.

Cash limit

  • Any amount up to €10,000 (or foreign equivalent) can be freely imported or exported. Travellers must report anything over this amount to customs when they arrive or leave.

Other goods

  • Gifts up to 13,500kr in value. Gifts for special occasions, such as weddings and anniversaries, may have a higher value than 13,500kr.
  • Up to 3kg of food not exceeding 25,000kr in value.
  • 100 days' worth of medication for personal use may be imported; however a prescription may be requested.
Find more information on the customs regulations of Iceland page.