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Italy ETIAS for Serbian citizens
3 min read
Updated on May 14, 2024

For Serbian citizens dreaming of visiting Italy's beautiful cities and landscapes, the upcoming Italy ETIAS is a new step in planning your journey.

The Italy ETIAS, soon to be part of your travel essentials, may seem like an extra task to manage. We're here to make this new requirement feel less like a burden and more like a simple step on your way to Italy.

Our goal is to turn what might seem like a complicated process into a smooth and worry-free experience. Let us handle the paperwork while you focus on the exciting parts of your trip, like savoring a gelato on the lively streets of Florence, exploring the ancient ruins of Pompeii, or enjoying a serene gondola ride in Venice's moonlit canals.

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Do Serbian citizens need an Italy ETIAS?

Serbian citizens have long enjoyed the benefit of visa-free entry into Italy, the rest of the Schengen Zone, EFTA nations, and certain European microstates, including Bulgaria, Cyprus, and Romania. This has made traveling across the continent quite easy for them.

However, a change is on the horizon. From mid-2025, if you're from Serbia and planning a short trip to Italy – for leisure, business, or transit – you'll need to apply for an Italy ETIAS.

The European Travel Information and Authorization System, known as ETIAS, was first announced in 2016. The main goal behind introducing the ETIAS was to increase safety within the Schengen Area. Until now, Serbians, along with nationals from other visa-exempt countries, could enter these areas using just their passports. The ETIAS adds a new layer to this process, involving a detailed pre-travel screening to enhance security.

It's essential to understand that the ETIAS is not a visa. Think of it more as a travel authorization, working in a way that's similar to the US ESTA or the Canada eTA. These systems are designed to maintain high-security standards while also making travel more convenient.

A great advantage of the Italy ETIAS is its wide reach. With just one ETIAS, Serbian citizens can access all the countries taking part in the ETIAS agreement. This makes planning trips across Europe much more straightforward. Your Italy ETIAS acts as your single pass to multiple countries, adding ease to your European travel plans.

To see where your Italy ETIAS can take you, check out this map:

How to get an Italy ETIAS from Serbia with us

Getting your Italy ETIAS from Serbia is made easy with iVisa. We're all about making sure your application process is as smooth and stress-free as possible.

Here's how you can apply for your ETIAS with us, once it's available:

  • Step 1 - Fill out the form with your basic personal details and travel information on our website or mobile app. Choose your processing time and complete the payment.

  • Step 2 - Complete the rest of the ETIAS application form and upload all the required documents.

  • Step 3 - Submit the form and wait for the confirmation email.

Once you get your Italy ETIAS authorization, it's wise to have a printed copy and to save one on your phone as well. Keeping these documents within easy reach can help ensure a smoother experience at airports and border checks.

Italian Embassy in Serbia

If you need consular assistance regarding the Italy ETIAS, you can contact the Italian Embassy in Belgrade.

Embassy of Italy in Serbia

Address: Bircaninova ulica 11 – 11000 Belgrade.

Phone: +381 11 306 6100.

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If you have any questions or need further information about the ETIAS or the Italy visa for Serbia passport holders, you can reach out to our customer service team. Contact us via online chat or by email at [email protected].

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