Practical information

Read up on all the basic and essential information about travel to Slovenia, so it can be as relaxed and worry-free as possible. You can find out the easiest way of getting from your home to Slovenia and how to travel around in the country. Frequently asked questions include tips on how to get by in Slovenia, and in this section you can also learn more about arranging health insurance and you can get in contact with the local tourist centre.

Tourist travel information centres

Visit one of the numerous tourist information centres throughout Slovenia for free assistance, advice and ...more

Basic information on Slovenia

A brief overview of basic information. Who runs the country, GDP per capita, average age of the population and so ...more

Vignette - Toll Stickers

From 1 July 2008, motor cycles, private cars and vans whose maximum permitted weight does not exceed 3.5 tons must ...more

Public and school holidays

In 2013 there are 11 national and bank holidays, and they are ranged between Monday and Friday. ...more

Opening times

When are the banks, post offices, museums and galleries open? When can you get medication at pharmacies? When can ...more

How to get to Slovenia

Slovenia lies in the heart of Europe and is easily accessible by all means of transport. Find out which is the ...more


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Mobile phones

The mobile network covers all of Slovenia. Slovenia is in the EU, and prices for outgoing and incoming calls and ...more


Slovenia uses 230 volts with a frequency of 50 Hz. Slovenia uses the standard European two-pin round plugs. ...more

Water and food

In Slovenia the tap water is clean, while the food is produced without GMOs. ...more

Radio stations

All the necessary current traffic and weather information is also given on certain radio stations in English and ...more

Anti-smoking law

In Slovenia, smoking is banned in all closed public and work premises. You must be at least 18 years old to buy ...more

Important telephone numbers

Numbers worth memorising, since you never know when you might need them. Police, firefighters, ambulance… ...more

Accessible tourism

Slovenia is becoming a more disabled-friendly country. Wheelchair access has been provided to numerous attractions. ...more


Slovenia has a high level of health care and it is easily accessible in all parts of the country. There are no ...more


Slovenia is a safe country. Wherever you are, even late at night in the cities, you can have no cause for concern. ...more

How to say in Slovene?

English Slovene Pronunciation Good morning Dobro jutro [doh-broh you-troh] Good day ...more


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