International air traffic:
Outside the control points on air connections for international air traffic, border crossings are allowed for air traffic within the European Union and the Schengen area.
International maritime traffic:
A web application with an electronic tracking form has been developed at European Union level so called digital Passenger Locator Form (dPLF), which is also available in Slovenian language. The Passenger Locator Form is used to make tracking of passengers easier and faster in case they were exposed to an infected or sick person with COVID-19 infectious disease while traveling. The purpose of the form is to assist the epidemiological service of the National Institute of Public Health of Slovenia in finding and quickly establishing contact with a sick or infected passenger and his contacts in order to prevent further spread of the disease and the exchange of data through the EU early warning system Infectious Disease Detection and Detection (EWRS). All passengers who will enter Slovenia by plane or ship, from 10th August 2021 onwards, will have to fill in an electronic passenger locator form (dPLF form) before entering the country. Every individual will have to fill in a separate dPLF, even if traveling with family or as part of a group. Transit passengers who remain in the transit area of the airport, will not need to complete the dPLF (unless the passenger will leave the airport for any reason). The crew of the aircraft or ship will not be required to fill in the dPLF.
The European Union website is a single entry point for collecting dPLF forms (https://app.euplf.eu), and additional information in Slovenian is available on the website: https://www.euplf.eu/en/eu-dplf-2/index.html.
You can read more here: https://www.gov.si/en/topics/coronavirus-disease-covid-19/border-crossing/.
International passenger rail traffic with the Italian Republic, the Republic of Austria and Hungary is controlled at the entry and exit railway stations upon arrival or departure of the train in the entry or the exit from the State.
From 15th May 2021 onwards, if a person sent to quarantine at home upon entry into the Republic of Slovenia is tested by PCR for the presence of SARS-CoV-2 during the quarantine period and the test result is negative, the quarantine shall be deemed to have been terminated. Testing may first be performed on the fifth day after referral to quarantine at home.
On 15 July 2021, the Republic of Slovenia abolished the epidemiological color scoreboard of countries. The conditions of entry into the country are the same no matter where someone comes from!
From Monday, 12 July 2021, the call center for additional information in connection with crossing borders of Slovenia is again available for callers from abroad on +38614787550, every working day between 08:00 and 16:00.
The year 2020 presented us with a great challenge of stopping the spread of the SARS-CoV-2 virus. The race with the virus has restricted our movement due to the closure of state borders. In order to enable the easiest and most transparent trip abroad and to the Republic of Slovenia, we have prepared an application that facilitates entry to Slovenia - especially understanding the exceptions set by Ordinances of the Government of the Republic of Slovenia. As we depend on the publication of the Ordinances, we could be up to an hour late in updating the application, so we ask you to be patient with us when the changes are announced.
The Republic of Slovenia has implemented EU Council Recommendation on the temporary restriction on non-essential travel into the UE and the possible lifting of such restriction. Passengers, third-country nationals, must meet the conditions set out in Article 6 of the Schengen Borders Code when entering the country. At the same time passengers from third countries who are on the “red list” need to prove the necessity of their travel to Slovenia at the entry or at any Police control when already in the country. Travel for tourism is still unadvised. Visiting friends or not immediate family members, any outside sport activities, sightseeing etc. is seen as touristic travel. You can read more on non-essential travel here: https://www.consilium.europa.eu/en/press/press-releases/2021/01/28/travel-restrictions-council-reviews-the-list-of-third-countries-for-which-member-states-should-gradually-lift-restrictions-on-non-essential-travel/.
Citizens of the European Union or citizens of Schengen countries must have a valid travel document with them when entering the country (applies to all ages of passengers, including the youngest children).
The application guides the user through the purposes of travel (business or private), entry into the country for the purpose of residence or just transit. Upon entry for the purpose of stay, it leads through the conditions of entry according to the currently valid Ordinance, the conditions for the use of exceptions or how entry takes place without the use of an exception (referral to quarantine at home).
After completing the last part with personal data, a form is created that the user can either print or save on their phone / tablet and show it at the border control or at the control on the territory of Slovenia, which will facilitate and speed up the control.
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