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A special border-crossing regime was set up early in March 2020, soon after first infections were reported, in order to contain the progress of the novel virus. Temporary and border entry/exit restrictions were put in place for foreign nationals and Slovenian citizens.

As of 19 February 2022, though, restrictions due to Covid-19 no longer apply when entering Slovenia. This means that the RVT (recovered/vaccinated/tested) condition no longer has to be met at the border and travellers will no longer be ordered to quarantine at home.

 

Notice

For most recent information on changes introduced by the ordinance and entry requirements please go to the government web site Coronavirus disease COVID-19

Please note that tourist accommodation facilities in Slovenia are opened. In order to prevent infections, foreign nationals entering Slovenia must comply with the regulations on wearing face masks, etc. For more information see Measures to contain the spread of COVID-19 infections  

Transit through Slovenia is also possible, without restrictions. More information: Transit through Slovenia to another country ÔÇô explanation

Planning a journey abroad? Because the risk of infection with COVID-19 is still present, it is recommended that, upon planning the journey abroad, you monitor the epidemiological situation along the intended route, check the entry requirements of the destination country and take into account the decisions of local authorities.
 

Contact for information on the coronavirus

For information on measures to contain the spread of Covid-19 infections please visit the government website: Coronavirus disease COVID-19 . For further explanations of the Police regarding entry requirements please write to us: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

 


EN Portal Re open EU'Re-open EU', a web platform to provide up-to-date information on travelling in the EU in 23 languages

The official European Comission's website (https://reopen.europa.eu/) is available in 23 languages and includes practical information provided by Member States on travel restrictions, public health and safety measures such as on physical distancing or wearing of facemasks, as well as other useful information. The website allows people to browse country-specific information for each EU Member State through an interactive map.


Crossing the border with Austria, Hungary and Italy

Before travelling to Austria, Italy and Hungary please check also their entry rerequirements and the measures in place at the borders.


Crossing the border with Croatia

A person arriving from Croatia and entering Slovenia. For details regarding entry requirements please go to the government web site Coronavirus disease COVID-19 .

Prior to entering Croatia, passengers may register their data on-line through Enter Croatia of the Croatian Ministry of the Interior.

Slovenian and Croatian citizens and persons enjoying the right to free movement as per EU law can cross the state border at border crossings for local border traffic. All border crossings for local border traffic on the border with Croatia are back in operation. Travellers seeking to cross the Slovenia-Croatia border can also go through border crossing points for international traffic. The opening times are published on our website Border crossings.

 

Non-essential travel

As of 19 February 2022, upon the expiry of the Ordinance on the conditions of entry into the Republic of Slovenia due to the containment and control of the infectious disease COVID-19, Slovenia no longer has any specific conditions of entry related to COVID-19. However, the EU Recommendations on the temporary restriction of non-essential travel continue to apply to travellers arriving in Slovenia from third countries and are implemented at the external Schengen border. According to these recommendations, travel to the EU for non-essential reasons is allowed to fully vaccinated persons and to persons coming from the countries or entities listed in Annex 1 .

 

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Current information and instructions are available on the government' Coronavirus disease COVID-19 website: Coronavirus disease COVID-19

Measures to contain the spread of COVID-19 infections

Border crossings

Schengen Countries

Information about the Schengen Area and Schengen Countries


Last edited: 10 March, 2022