We'll do our best to keep this page up to date. However, as restrictions can change regularly, and we cannot be held responsible for the accuracy of the information provided. It is really important you also check the official sources such as the FCDO Website and the Slovenian Tourist Board.

Travelling to Slovenia

What are the entry requirements for this destination?

  • Everyone age 12 and over need to show proof of full vaccination, or a negative PCR test result which is no more than 72 hours old, or proof of recovery from covid within the past 11-180 days.

  • 0-11 year-olds do not need to provide anything, providing they are travelling with a fully vaccinated adult.

How do I show proof of vaccination?

The NHS app is accepted as proof of vaccination in Slovenia and throughout the EU.

If you cannot download the NHS app or access the NHS website, you can call 119 in the UK and ask for a letter about your vaccination status, which you will be sent by post.

More information can be seen on the Gov website. If you live in Scotland please visit the Scottish Government website.

Do I need to complete any forms before I go?

All travellers must complete the Slovenian Passenger Locator Form, which they use to help with contact tracing

While youโ€™re on holiday

Is a covid pass needed in this destination?

Many leisure facilities such as restaurants, bars, spas and hotels will require you to demonstrate your covid status by showing one of the following:

  • Proof of full vaccination

  • Proof of recovery from covid within 180 days

  • A negative PCR test that is no more than 72 hours old, or a negative antigen test that is no more than 48 hours old

This does not apply to children under the age of 12 who are accompanied by vaccinated or tested parents.

Are masks required?

Masks are required in enclosed public spaces such as bars, restaurants and public transport.

Are there any restrictions when skiing?

There may be checks on the mountain to ensure skiers meet the tested, vaccinated or recovered status, so itโ€™s sensible to keep your green pass and ID on you whilst you ski.

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