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Have you backpacked in Serbia without registering with police?

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Have you backpacked in Serbia without registering with police?

How necessary it is to report to the police station to register as a foreigner if planning to stay in private accommodation (with friends) for a period of up to 3-4 weeks in Serbia?

Apparently all foreigners need to register but usually hotels take care of it. Since I am not planning to stay in hotels during my stay in Serbia, I'm wondering how many travelers have managed to cross the border with Montenegro without any hassle.

The rule is all foreigners staying in private dwellings must register with police within 24 hours of arrival in Serbia. Failure to do so may result in fines (or bribes) at the exiting borderpoint.

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