Border crossings

Information on bordercrossings in EU, Schengen and Balkan countries, Turkey, Georgia and Armenia

All Information to offical and administrative affairs apply to Swiss citizens and are personal experiences – last update: 7.10.18

Georgia → Armenia

Sadakhlo (Georgia) – Bagratashen (Armenia)
41.229449, 44.833859

October 2018
passport stamped at entry
no Visa or other documents needed

Turkey → Georgia

Sarp (Turkey) – Sarpi (Georgia)
41.520472, 41.547842

September 2018
passport stamped at entry
no Visa or other documents needed

Greece → Turkey

Kipi Border Crossing Point (Greece) – Ipsala Sinir Kapisi (Turkey)
40.940669, 26.319762

July 2018
passport stamped at entry
no Visa or other documents needed

EU, Schengen, Bosnia, Kosovo, Albania

EU (Italy, Slovenia, Greece)
Schengen (Croatia)
Bosnia, Kosovo, Albania

April – June 2018
We allways used the passport for bordercrossing
You can use ID-Card except Kosovo
no visa or other documents needed
If you use passport, it could get stamped

Be careful with bordercrossings between Kosovo and Serbia, in some cases you might get refused if you enter Serbia from Kosovo.